News & Events
The congregations of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith/Pentecostals are helping those who have been displaced from their homes and who are in great need due to the war actions.
BARNAUL – On April 23rd and 24th, Barnaul's Light of Awakening Church held the Conference “New Beginning” to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the church. Many guests from cities of Altai region, Kemerovo area and other parts of our country attended the festive event.
VOLGOGRAD – The conference timed to coincide with this anniversary and titled ‘Serve one another with love’ was held on June 19 and 20. Believers from Volgograd, Astrakhan, Rostov, Penza, Krasnodar, and Perm regions, as well as from the USA and the United Arab Emirates attended the conference.
MOSCOW – On May 30, the first service of the New Testament Church in Moscow was held in its own building at 13A, Odesskaya Str. Two months ago a missionary team from Perm came to Moscow to plant a new church. There are already more than 50 people in it.
SYKTYVKAR – On May 22-23rd, in Syktyvkar there was a conference devoted to 26th anniversary of the Source of Life Church. The speakers at the conference were Head Bishop Eduard Grabovenko, bishops Pavel Kudrov and Alexander Tsvetkov.
VOLGOGRAD – On April 28-30, Grace of Jesus Christ Church presented the theater production ‘He lives’ to the Volgograd audience. The story is built on the Gospel account of the life, ministry of Jesus Christ, his death and resurrection.
ROSTOV-ON-DON – Harvest Festival was held on September 27th in Rostov Christ the Savior Church.
SYKTYVKAR – It has been six years, since 2013, when the church purchased a piece of land and a building in ruins on it and immediately began to build a new temple. The church was able to hold its first service in the building under construction, in 2019 to celebrate its 24th anniversary, but the hall had not yet been prepared for high-quality acoustics. Construction was completed in 2020.
PERM – Worship Conference in Perm that took place from March 13 to 15 was probably the last event before the coronavirus restrictions were imposed.
PERM – On December 28, January 7 and 8, 4290 Perm residents became guests of the New Testament Church for Christmas celebration. They were presented with a play about the adventures of two children, who were sure that the main thing at Christmas was gifts.
The fast started on January 13 and will conclude on February 2. Head Bishop Edward Grabovenko encouraged Christians to start the year 2020 with fast and prayer to worship the Lord, to see His glory in personal lives, homes, churches, cities, and in the nation.
ST. PETERBURG – On December 13, the head of the department for relations with religious associations of the St. Petersburg Governor’s Administration Vladimir Ivanov had an official meeting with the heads of traditional Protestant denominations of the city and region.