Welcome to the Potter's Hand Ministries
Pastor’s welcome Note
thank you for choosing to visit the Potter’s Hand Ministries’ website. Like any other co-laborer in God’s vine yard, We are in the business of winning souls to Christ as well as developing believers into fully devoted and fully equipped followers of Jesus Christ through new convert teachings, our worship services, G-12 Bible study fellowships, children’s ministries, and all other Church ministries and Departments as you find in different links of this site. This is done in the fulfillment of the Great Commission
We have good news for a weary, broken, crushed, rejected soul! There is someone who loves you. He laid down His life for you. He says “come all who are heaven laden and I will give you rest…!” Even if your sins are as red as blood He will wash you to be as white as snow. His arms are open wide. That is JESUS!
We have good news for a believer! You were created for a big cause. Through our programs in different departments, our focus is equipping saints for their respective callings as stated in Ephesians 4:11. I believe you'll find our church to be a warm, friendly place where you can grow in your faith, discover more of God’s plan for your life, and build life-long relationships. We look forward to meeting you!
On behalf of The Potter’s Hand Ministries, and the entire pastoral team I have the pleasure to welcome you in this ministry. I invite you to check out the different ministries our church has to offer. There are some great ways for you to get involved here at PHM, so sit back, check out the rest of our site, and see how we can serve you!
Pastor Jimmy & Sandra MUYANGO
Past Conference "Raising a missional Church"
It is worth understanding that mission is not simply one of the many programs of the church.
Instead it constitutes the very essence or nature of the church. God is a God on mission. And God has sent the church on mission. "As the Father has sent me," Jesus said, "even so I am sending you" (John 20:21).
The Church doesn’t exist to draw people to itself and merely perpetuate its own institutional life; rather, the church exists to proclaim the kingdom of God among all people of the earth.
It should not be assumed that the primary activity of God is in the church, rather than recognizing that God’s primary activity is in the world, and the church is God’s instrument sent into the world to participate in His redemptive mission. Remember, “For God so loved the World that He gave....”