Welcome to Gate City Church’s Slavic Congregation!
You are welcome to join us at the Gate City Church Slavic Congregation - a gathering of people from different nations who understand Russian. Experience great worship and powerful messages from the life changing Word of God; receive prayer for your needs; enjoy the atmosphere of the Holy Spirit together with the large family of God. Every Sunday after the service we have lunch and fellowship together, so come with all your family to meet new people and make new friends.
Pastor Myroslav and Yuliya Biley
It’s a great honor and privilege for us to serve the Slavic community here in the US. God’s love reaches far beyond the borders of language, race, nationality, gender or religious background.
In these last days God is speaking to us through His Son Jesus. He died on the cross for all, and He rose again for the redemption of all who believe. Jesus gives us forgiveness, victory over sin, and freedom from spiritual and physical slavery (superstitions, addictions, prejudices which divide people).
You are welcome to the international family of God where people truly love God, study His Word (Bible) and learn how to love others. We will be glad to serve you with the Word of God, prayer, fellowship, and support. May God richly bless you!
Pastor Myroslav Biley
According to the Bible, church is not a building, but a Body of Christ, which consists of people. Our Lord Jesus broke His body on the cross, leaving a symbol for us - unleavened bread, which we break.
In the same way we want to “break” ourselves and share our life with others.
We desire to help people find the way to our loving Father, the way home. This unique and real way is Jesus Christ Himself.
Our Practical Christianity
We are convinced that Christianity is not just some dead religion but a living relationship with Christ. Our Lord showed us the example of life and called us to share God’s love with everyone who is in need. We believe that church as the body of Christ is called to be the source of God’s blessing and filling of people’s vital needs. Jesus teaches us to serve our neighbors through practical care and straight-out preaching of the Word of God that is supernaturally working in our life.
Having been invited by the leadership team of Gate City Church in the fall of 2003, Myroslav Biley and his family moved to Nashua, NH from Ukraine to serve to the Russian speaking community of the region. The first service of the new Slavic Congregation was held on April 11, 2004. From that first service God has continued to touch hearts and change lives.