“Even before the Coronavirus pandemic, Americans were unnerved by the politics of the 2020 elections and the intractable problems facing our planet. With the onset of the virus, things have become much worse. America is in trouble, and it feels like prophetic times.”
It’s time to pray!
Worship With Us Sundays at 11:30 AM
At Ventura Jubilee Fellowship, we offer a place to belong… where people can grow deeper and stronger in Christ, find a deeper purpose in life, and be an example to our community.
“I am convinced that when God sees that we are serious about seeking Him, we will begin to experience His favor as never before. I hope you will join me in prayer.”
―Leonard DeWitt - Senior Pastor
ANNOUNCEMENTS1. Is this opportunity for YOU? We are looking for the most economical and reliable way to move Dave & Kodi Warbritton here the first of June. We think it would be to rent a U-Haul truck. Here is the question — are there a couple of men or a husband/wife team who would be willing to fly […]Read More
Allow me to introduce myself… my name is Pastor Jim Merillat. Many of you probably already knew that. However, I do have variations of my name that may surprise you. For example, when I sign formal documents I sign “James J. Merillat.” When I was younger and my mother was upset with me… which rarely happened… she […]Read More
I am so grateful for the Godhead or Trinity and the relationship we can have with God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Their oneness and unity are amazing. They work in perfect harmony for our good. Take for example our salvation. I really like the simple formula the Holy Spirit […]Read More
A Spiritual gift is a supernatural capacity or power bestowed on a Christian by the Holy Spirit to enable that person to exercise his/her function as a member of the body of Christ. These gifts are not to be thought of as natural abilities nor as permanent possessions but as supernatural manifestations of the Holy […]Read More
Esteban & Emily Alvarez
Our missionaries to Uruguay, Esteban, and Emily Alvarez need our prayers. Emily was recently hospitalized with a severe urinary tract infection and gastroenteritis. She is now out of the hospital and recovering. The Esteban family is grateful for all the faith families around the world that are lifting Emily up in prayer.
Serves the poor and homeless, offering hope of Christ to thousands of hurting people. It is the longest standing year-round shelter for homeless men and women in Ventura County. Its core mission emphasizes human development and clean and sober life-recovery programs through education, self-help, and work in the local community.