biography of the church
The College Point Tabernacle of Jesus Christ began as a preaching point on August 14, 2011 at 14 Ave in College Point. Despite being a small place with a capacity of at least 25-30 people, God was supporting us with his presence.
A year after being there, God opened the doors in the present place
(127-17 20th Ave College Point NY 11356) and a place with a dining room, youth classes, a children's class, and a much more spacious sanctuary. God is adding every day those who are to be saved. Now there are more than 45 people who have received the holy spirit and more than 50 people have been baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of their sins
We have seen the supernatural move of God in our campaigns and even, visits from other congregations have been baptized in water and spirit.
People have been healed, delivered, blessed, and restored.
Today we have a minimum attendance of 70 on Sundays and our maximum has been 110 people.
Our membership is close to 80 and we continue to grow .
biography of the pastor
Pastor Jorge Terranova
Born in Cali Colombia 1973, married to Angela Cano in 1995 in the city of Cali,
In the year 1997 he arrived in New York and it is there when in 1999 he arrived at the Church of the name for the first time and was baptized in the name of Jesus Christ in the Tabernacle of Jesus Christ in Corona under the ministry of the late pastor Manuel Alicea, later In 2003 he and his family will support the new daughter work in Jamaica pastored by Rev. Henry Andrade.
There he stayed for a few years working as a youth leader and usher, then later he returned to the Corona church where he was now pastored by Rev. Henry Andrade little by little he began to work with the youth departments, ushers, and men and began a new ministry. called Noah's Ark, with a great vision of helping homeless or low-income children in Colombia and visiting nursing homes in the Queens NY area, the vision and ministry grew until it had plus 30 brothers and sisters committed to the same vision. The ministry begins to expand to help other children in Ecuador and Mexico, blessing about 15 children per country.
In 2011 he began a Preaching point in the College Point area where he has lived since 1998 thanks to the support and vision of Pastor Henry Andrade and the Mother Church of Corona.
Today his wife, his son Matthew, his daughter Catalina and her husband the Rev. Bryan Sánchez lead the Church Tabernacle of Jesus Christ in College Point, together with the leaders and all the saints from College point.