“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 10:30 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
ANNOUNCEMENTS 1. Something New and Very Important.The condition of our nation and world are very critical. We need God’s help. We are asking you, our church family, to come together the first Wednesday of every month from 6 – 7 pm, FOR PRAYER. We begin this Wednesday, April 3rd. I hope you can join us […]Read More
This meditation is going to be primarily scriptures that talk about the name of God and what it means to us. I hope you will look up these scriptures and highlight them in your Bible and reflect on them. God’s name implies “the whole combination of divine perfections.” Psalm 52:9 tells us that God’s name […]Read More
We are about to enter a new year that I believe will be very challenging for us in many ways. I am challenging myself and you, that no matter what we face, we hold the course knowing that our LORD is with us and He will champion our cause. The Apostle Paul challenged the Christians […]Read More
Mike & Becky Patterson
Bethesda Children's Home - Tlapa, Mexico
Many of the children are back in the homes and have settled into the routine of the Christian School and their Bible curriculum studies. Some of the villages are still under quarantine. When cleared, we believe most of the other children will return.
Join Paul Lenderman, Certified Grief Counselor, and others for a time of sharing and spiritual support. Jubilee Fellowship’s grief and support group is safe, confidential, and open to anyone in the community.