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The Greek word “Ekklesia” consists of the words “ek” and “kaleo” in its purest form. “ek” means out and “kaleo” means to call out. The term “Ekklesia” is used to refer the term “church" that is called out to be His holy people.
Ekklesia focuses on Indonesian students who attend school here locally. Most of the time we speak Indonesian, though English is often used to enrich the meaning and the intent of the Scripture.
We start off the fellowship with singing and sharing time combined with Theophany and Aletheia for most weeks. Then we go our own ways when it's time for bible study.
The first quarter of 2011 starts off with the book of John. John presents Jesus as the eternal, preexistent, now incarnate Word and as the one-of-a-kind Son of the Father who is himself God. God's revelation and redemption in and through Jesus are shown to form the culmination of the history of salvation, which previously included God's giving of the law through Moses, his dwelling among his people in the tabernacle and the temple, and the sending of the forerunner, John the Baptist.
Come and join our fellowship; we meet every Friday at 6:30 pm.
Jeremy Djajadi: (425) 753-5923 or email me: djeremya <at> gmail [dot] com