The Children’s Ministry offers Sunday School classes for children ages 2 through 13, during the 10 AM service. The ministry focuses on displaying the love of God in a practical way, while using lessons and activities that teach biblical principles. The teachers introduce the importance of a personal relationship with Our Father and Lord Jesus Christ and instill values of family, prayer, kindness, love, and obedience.
The Hospitality ministry ensures that church attendees are comfortable during services and assists Pastor Hector throughout all events to maintain a smooth, successful flow. The team welcomes new guests and maintains contact after initial visits to ensure that all feel supported and encouraged in their walk with the Lord.
God created marriage and designed it with a specific purpose and plan. The Marriage ministry uses expert teachings as well as practical lessons from their own experiences to help couples fulfill God’s purpose in their lives together.
As believers, God calls us into community and accountability. Men's ministry aims to support men in embracing their roles as leaders and servants of the communities they're a part of.
The Praise and Worship ministry is East Harlem Fellowship’s vocal and sound ministry. At EHF, we believe that worship goes far beyond the music. It is a way of life—a perpetual offering of our obedience, love, awe, and adoration to our sovereigned God. Our vision is that as we wholeheartedly come before God in worship—with all transparency and humility—that He will indeed bring healing, deliverance and restoration in our midst.
The Refuge (Teen Ministry) is part of East Harlem Fellowship’s Youth Ministry that provides direction to teens ages 13 through 18, encouraging their relationship with Christ and supporting them through every day social challenges. Several of the teens participate and serve in ministry through drama, street evangelism and other outreaches.
In October 2014, East Harlem Fellowship was approved to facilitate an after school Christian Club open to students of Manhattan Center For Science and Mathematics. The goal of Refuge is to provide a safe place for the teens to come to be encouraged in their faith, and also give them an opportunity to ask questions about what they believe and find Biblical answers. Each week, there is a topic of discussion in which the students are asked to participate in by contributing their thoughts. The conclusion of discussions are always brought back to foundational truths of the Bible, and ultimately the importance of knowing Jesus Himself.
The Women’s Ministry’s mission is to disciple and build relationships that hold women accountable to the standards of God in unity with all the women of the Church as described in Titus 2:3-4.