- One Body -
1 Corinthians 12: 12
One Miami Church
- Many Cultures, Many Locations, One Body -
Yes, we truly believe in the moniker One Miami Church. Diversity is easily one of Miami's most celebrated features and we are proud of it. We believe and understand that Many people come from different walks of life
and it makes us all special. We also believe that God has given us the ability to share our cultural diversities in order to celebrate the union He has given us through the sacrifice of Christ Jesus.
Furthermore, we greatly appreciate and acknowledge the gifts and resources God has given us in order for us to be One. Join us in our goal to be united under Christ with one mindset, one love, one passion, one mission, One Miami Church.
What is our identity?
Throughout or lives, we are told by our society that we belong to a certain class or fit in a certain box; That we can be defined by our job titles or by the level of success we've achieved in school or other types of academia.
But how does God see us?
Go and make disciples
Steve became a disciple of Jesus in 2008 while a student at Florida International University. After spending 3 years on a church planting in Portland, Maine, he returned to oversee and serve Miami’s northern campus ministries in 2014, where he continues to give his heart in addition to other areas of the church as he…
Becoming a disciple of Jesus in 1995, Chris has served in various positions in Florida and short missionary posts throughout the world. Stepping out of the corporate world, he joined the Miami ministry staff in 2013 and now has the responsibility serving the South Miami Region of the Church as well as the Youth &…
John and Silvia became disciples of Jesus in 1977 and 1989 respectively and married while John was on the mission field in Brazil. They moved to Miami in 2003 after having served God in various countries and currently are part of the senior staff with oversight responsibilities of the Latin Ministry, Youth & Family Ministry…
Leke Lewu became a disciple of Jesus in 2010 in Daytona Beach where he played college basketball. He’s a Japanese-born Nigerian, who has lived in Brazil, Japan and, from Daytona, eventually moved to Miami where he oversees and serves as the minister of the southern campus ministries! “If the resurrection is NOT TRUE, then nothing…
Doug and Ann became disciples of Jesus while students at the University of Florida and have have been married for 32 years, residing in Miami since 1989. Doug was appointed an elder in 2012 while continuing to practice dentistry; Ann is an attorney. “We are grateful to part of God’s Kingdom in this vibrant and…
James and Kim became disciples of Jesus in 1985 and moved to Miami in 2015 after serving God in the ministry throughout the country in multiple states for over 31 years. Joining the senior staff team they currently serve with an immediate oversight of the North Miami Region and Singles ministry. Just as Elisha mentioned…