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No Division Christian Assembly, Chicago, Il, Illinois

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Address: 1733 W 75th Place
Chicago, Il, Illinois  60620  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 2
Number of People Being Served: 50
EIN: 26-2764125
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Mission Statement


In obedience to God, as a Christ-centered body of believers, we commit to discipleship, enable and encourage one another to love, worship, and serve our Savior, Jesus Christ. Furthermore, we commit to share the Good News and ourselves with our neighbors in No Division Christian Assembly, in the surrounding communities, and throughout the world.

Description


The purpose is to provide the community with a church, giving them a sense of belonging, of being involved with other believers; giving a sense of spiritual safety, so that they are not blown around by strange ideas; to provide the community with friendship, fellowship and encouragement; to teach things the community would never learn on its own; to help train the children and their families, help them work together for a more effective ministry and give them opportunities to serve that will help them grow in ways they did not expect. The activity is preaching and teaching the word of God, fellowshipping, evangelism, praying, helping, providing goods and services to Individuals and organizations, consoling, training, mentoring, The activities further our exemption purposes by our involvement in playing a vital role in the economic and social well-being of our communities as we provide a means for people to contribute time, resources and expertise for a greater good of the community.. PRESENT AND Planned Activities, No Division Christian will play a vital role in the Bio-psycho-social-religious and economic well-being of our communities and we will provide a means for people to contribute time, resources and expertise for a greater good: Providing Goods and services to Individuals as part of our activities, not limiting to what?s listed below. ? Regular church services every Sunday (separate services for adults and children) ? Sunday school every Sunday (adult and children?s classes) ? Mid week Bible class every Wednesday (adults and children?s bible class) ? Sacraments every first Sunday ? 3 week new members class ? Discipleship class ? Training for new ministers ? Evangelism efforts ? Volunteer Community group tutoring services for school children ? Forming different ministries in the church geared toward helping the community in all aspects of life i.e. woman?s ministries, children?s ministries (youth) men?s ministry, benevolent ministry, single moms and single dad ministry, singles ministry, women and children abuse support groups, drug and alcohol support groups. ? Visiting the sick, shut in and bereaved (providing prayer, services and sacraments, but not limited to) ? Visiting the Seniors Citizens home ( picking them up for church services, providing prayer, services and sacraments for those unable to come out, not limited to) ? Providing community services :i.e. an unspecified amount of classes, workshops, seminars , self help groups, support group, workshops on various topics, exercise classes, healthy eating classes , child advocacy groups, having various speakers come out to provide information on various topics i.e. Diabetes, Heart Disease, Proper foot care, what happens to the body as we get old. In-kind Contribution, the common good and general welfare of the people of the community, No Division Christian Assembly will issue: New/good quality used clothing, new toys, new/used furniture, new/used household supplies, gift certificates, Bibles and other items that are non-monetary i.e. food (store bought and providing hot meals) and toiletries, to those who are sick, homeless, poor, hungry, naked, elderly, low income, debilitated and incapacitated or just in need of help. Holiday: During the holiday season No Division Christian Assembly will attempt to brighten the holiday of the community that are suffering, by providing food and fruit baskets and toys to families, youth and elderly who are without love from their family or of a family, to get them into the holiday spirit and show the true meaning of giving and love to those that so desperately need it. Back to school supplies: No Division Christian Assembly will attempt to supply, book bags, pencils, paper and crayons to our children in the community. Senior Recognition: We will attempt to recognize our seniors in the community members in a Seniors Day Event, providing lunch, entertainment and small non- monetary gifts bags, i.e. gift certificates or movie tickets and a Seniors Day participation certificate will be given. No Division will attempt to contribute to those families in the community in need of keeping their gas, electric and hot water on, who have small, sick or elderly in the household, minister to the homeless shelters by providing non-monetary goods and foods (appropriate for the particular shelter) necessary for their survival and to show THE LOVE OF GOD. will provide goods and services to Children events and organization Nursing Homes ,Senior Living (assisted living), homeless shelters and other organizations not listed (both male and female), services to be provided: Sacraments given to those who are not able to come out to Church services, food and other supplies mentioned in , we will coordinate health fairs ( blood pressures, cholesterol checks, blood sugar checks, mammogram and other services), assisting in the purchase of medical equipment needed as listed above, Having workshops/ classes on public safety and other concerns.

The purpose is to provide the community with a church, giving them a sense of belonging, of being involved with other believers; giving a sense of spiritual safety, so that they are not blown around by strange ideas; to provide the community with friendship, fellowship and encouragement; to teach things the community would never learn on its own; to help train the children and their families, help them work together for a more effective ministry and give them opportunities to serve that will help them grow in ways they did not expect. The activity is preaching and teaching the word of God, fellowshipping, evangelism, praying, helping, providing goods and services to Individuals and organizations, consoling, training, mentoring, The activities further our exemption purposes by our involvement in playing a vital role in the economic and social well-being of our communities as we provide a means for people to contribute time, resources and expertise for a greater good of the community.. PRESENT AND Planned Activities, No Division Christian will play a vital role in the Bio-psycho-social-religious and economic well-being of our communities and we will provide a means for people to contribute time, resources and expertise for a greater good: Providing Goods and services to Individuals as part of our activities, not limiting to what?s listed below. ? Regular church services every Sunday (separate services for adults and children) ? Sunday school every Sunday (adult and children?s classes) ? Mid week Bible class every Wednesday (adults and children?s bible class) ? Sacraments every first Sunday ? 3 week new members class ? Discipleship class ? Training for new ministers ? Evangelism efforts ? Volunteer Community group tutoring services for school children ? Forming different ministries in the church geared toward helping the community in all aspects of life i.e. woman?s ministries, children?s ministries (youth) men?s ministry, benevolent ministry, single moms and single dad ministry, singles ministry, women and children abuse support groups, drug and alcohol support groups. ? Visiting the sick, shut in and bereaved (providing prayer, services and sacraments, but not limited to) ? Visiting the Seniors Citizens home ( picking them up for church services, providing prayer, services and sacraments for those unable to come out, not limited to) ? Providing community services :i.e. an unspecified amount of classes, workshops, seminars , self help groups, support group, workshops on various topics, exercise classes, healthy eating classes , child advocacy groups, having various speakers come out to provide information on various topics i.e. Diabetes, Heart Disease, Proper foot care, what happens to the body as we get old. In-kind Contribution, the common good and general welfare of the people of the community, No Division Christian Assembly will issue: New/good quality used clothing, new toys, new/used furniture, new/used household supplies, gift certificates, Bibles and other items that are non-monetary i.e. food (store bought and providing hot meals) and toiletries, to those who are sick, homeless, poor, hungry, naked, elderly, low income, debilitated and incapacitated or just in need of help. Holiday: During the holiday season No Division Christian Assembly will attempt to brighten the holiday of the community that are suffering, by providing food and fruit baskets and toys to families, youth and elderly who are without love from their family or of a family, to get them into the holiday spirit and show the true meaning of giving and love to those that so desperately need it. Back to school supplies: No Division Christian Assembly will attempt to supply, book bags, pencils, paper and crayons to our children in the community. Senior Recognition: We will attempt to recognize our seniors in the community members in a Seniors Day Event, providing lunch, entertainment and small non- monetary gifts bags, i.e. gift certificates or movie tickets and a Seniors Day participation certificate will be given. No Division will attempt to contribute to those families in the community in need of keeping their gas, electric and hot water on, who have small, sick or elderly in the household, minister to the homeless shelters by providing non-monetary goods and foods (appropriate for the particular shelter) necessary for their survival and to show THE LOVE OF GOD. will provide goods and services to Children events and organization Nursing Homes ,Senior Living (assisted living), homeless shelters and other organizations not listed (both male and female), services to be provided: Sacraments given to those who are not able to come out to Church services, food and other supplies mentioned in , we will coordinate health fairs ( blood pressures, cholesterol checks, blood sugar checks, mammogram and other services), assisting in the purchase of medical equipment needed as listed above, Having workshops/ classes on public safety and other concerns.

Mission Statement: In obedience to God, as a Christ-centered body of believers, we commit to discipleship, enable and encourage one another to love, worship, and serve our Savior, Jesus Christ. Furthermore, we commit to share the Good News and ourselves with our neighbors in No Division Christian Assembly, in the surrounding communities, and throughout the world.

Organizational Statement of Faith


These are the core beliefs of the membership of No Division Christian Assembly. 1. The sole basis of our belief is the Bible composed of the 66 books of the Old and New Testament. We believe that Scripture in its entirety originated with God, and that it was given through the instrumentality of chosen men. We believe that the Scriptures are inerrant (not liable to prove false or mistaken) and infallible (incapable of teaching deception) in the original manuscripts. They serve as the unique, full and final authority on all matters of faith and practice. 2. We believe that there is one true God, eternally existing in three persons - Father, Son and Holy Spirit - each of Whom possess equally all the attributes of deity and the characteristics of personality. God the Father is the One who designed and fulfills His plan of redemption through the Son. Scripture states that He is the Father of all creation, of Israel, of all believers, and of Christ the Son. He is the ultimate object of all praise, worship and glory. By His sovereign power He sustains His Creation. 3. We believe that Jesus Christ, the Son, though eternally co-existing with the Father, came into the world to become the Redeemer of all peoples. He was united forever with a human nature by a miraculous conception and virgin birth. He is true man and true God. He lived a life of perfect obedience to the Father and voluntarily atoned for the sins of all men by dying on the cross as their substitute, thus satisfying, with His shed blood, divine justice concerning sin, and accomplishing salvation for all who trust in Him alone. He rose from the dead in the same body, though glorified, in which He lived and died. He ascended into heaven where He, the only Mediator between God and man, continually makes intercession for His own. We believe in "that Blessed Hope", His personal, visible, pre-millennial and imminent return to earth to consummate history and the eternal plan of God. 4. We believe that the Holy Spirit, omnipresent from all eternity, He inspired God's chosen men to write the Scriptures. He enlightens the minds of sinners, awakens in them recognition of their need of a Savior and regenerates them. At the point of salvation, He permanently indwells every believer becoming their source of assurance, strength and wisdom. He uniquely endows each and every believer with spiritual gifts for the edification of the body of Christ. He guides believers in understanding and applying the Scriptures. His power and control are appropriated by faith, making it possible to live a life of Christ-like character and to bear fruit to the glory of the Father. Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved. Eternal life begins the moment one receives Jesus Christ into his life by faith. 5. We believe that man was created by God in His own image, and therefore, like God is a personal, rational, and moral being. Originally created to have fellowship with God, man willfully disobeyed God and suffered the corruption of his nature, thus rendering him unable to please God, and incurred both physical death and spiritual death (separation from God). As a consequence, all human beings are born with a sinful nature and are in need of the saving grace of God. 6. We believe that all who receive by faith the Lord Jesus Christ are born of the Holy Spirit and thereby become children of God, a relationship in which they are eternally secure. Having undertaken to save and keep believers forever, apart from all human merit, He, Who cannot fail, will in the end present every one of them faultless before the presence of His glory and conformed to the image of His Son. 7. We believe that Heaven is a literal place where God will wipe away every tear and there will be no more death, mourning, crying, or pain. Believers will live forever in God ‚’s presence. We also, believe in a literal hell, which is a place of physical and spiritual torment, experienced as a result of eternal separation form God. There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth. (John 3:16; John 14:7; Romans 6:23; Romans 8:17-18; Revelation 20:15, 1 Thessalonians 4:16-17) 8. We believe that the Church, the body of Christ, is a spiritual organism composed of all believers in the Lord Jesus Christ. Members of this body, in Scripture, are directed to associate themselves in autonomous local assemblies in order to worship, to receive instruction, to fellowship, to pray and to observe the ordinances. We believe that the local church should be independent, self-governing, and free from any denominational control. Two ordinances have been committed to the body of Christ - baptism and the Lord's Supper. 9. Baptism is the immersion of a believer in water as a public testimony of the believer's faith in the crucified, buried and risen Christ. It is also a public statement of desire to walk in the newness of life in Christ. The Lord's Supper was instituted by Jesus for the remembrance of His atoning death. These two ordinances are to be observed until the return of the Lord Jesus Christ. 10. We believe that God has given parents the responsibility to bring their children up in the nurture and discipline of the Lord. We believe that it is the parents responsibility to educate and disciple their children in the truth of God. We believe that the church must work to compliment the parent ‚’s efforts and facilitate Godly living within the home. (Ephesians 6:4, Proverbs 22:6, Deuteronomy 6:6-9, Joshua 24:15) 11. We believe that God calls us ‚– with a holy calling -- to walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. God wants us to live in the power of His indwelling Holy Spirit, so we will not fulfill the lusts of our physical bodies. We believe that the fallen, Adamic nature of the flesh cannot be eradicated in this life. Therefore, keeping ourselves constantly in subjection to Christ, we must allow God ‚’s Holy Spirit to live through us in a daily ‚"walk ‚" of faith. Otherwise, the flesh will certainly demonstrate its presence in our lives, to the Lord ‚’s dishonor. It is the responsibility and privilege of every Christian to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ and to seek and to make growing disciples. (Leviticus 26:30, Philippians 2:13, Ephesians 5:18, 1 Peter 3:15, Galatians 5:16) We declare and establish this Constitution to preserve and secure the principles of our faith and to govern the body in a decent and orderly manner. This Constitution will preserve the liberties of each individual church member and the freedom of action of this body in relation to other churches.


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