service starts At 7:30 pm every thursday night!

Jesus Lives is a non-profit evangelical grass roots ministry based on the Holy Spirit with one mission: To spread the word of God and build disciples.

Currently we meet once a week for Worship and to hear the Word of God every Thursday evening at 7:30PM in the cozy fireside room at New Hope International Church located in Enetai, Washington. 

All of those involved with Jesus Lives do so for the love of Jesus, and we are not paid for our time, and that includes Pastors,  teachers,  and worship leaders. We rotate time to time between teachers and worship leaders, and the teachings are always Holy Spirit inspired and based on the word of God.

Maybe you’re visiting from out of town, or perhaps you live in the area and are searching for a new direction.  In either case Jesus Christ loves you and wants a relationship with you. This is a special season and God is preparing Seattle for revival.  Everyone is welcome to visit one of our services! Come alone; bring a friend, or your entire family!

Kids are always welcome and usually one of the moms from the group handles child care in the room next to ours by offering games and Godly programming.  Kids are also encouraged to stay in the service.

Our services are presently held at New Hope International and service starts at 7:30 pm every Thursday night! 

Jesus Lives is a grass roots,  on fire for Christ revival movement, so dress is casual!

find us

10808 Southeast 28th Street
Bellevue, WA 98004

Email: phil@JesusLives.com
Phone: (425) 516-7552

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