WE MEET EVERY TUESDAY AT 6PM-8PM
AT THE BIG ELK RESTAURANT IN THE HEART OF SEQUIM.
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Bro. Jones was born in Nebraska, but spent his childhood moving around to Arkansas, Idaho, Oregon, and finally, California. In the mid-1960’s, he received the baptism of the Holy Ghost in his second Apostolic service in San Jose under the pastorate of Rev. Voar Shoemake. In the early 1970’s, he moved to Springfield, Oregon, where in 1976, he met his wife. Sis. Jones was born in Cottage Grove, Oregon, and spent most of her childhood in that same area. In 1975, she felt a hunger for God. After hearing a moving sermon about “Preparing Meet God,” she repented, was baptized in Jesus’ name a few days later, and received the Holy Ghost on July 13, 1975, under the pastorate of Rev. Carl F. Davis. Eventually, her family moved to Creswell, Oregon, and began attending church in Springfield. While dating in 1978, Bro. & Sis. Jones attended every night of Oregon District Camp when Rev. Nathaniel Urshan was the special speaker. In the final service, God called Bro. Jones to the ministry. He has pursued that calling ever since. Since their marriage in September, 1978, both Bro. & Sis. Jones have been active in their local church. Ushering, teaching Sunday school, being part of the worship team, leading services, and more have kept them busy working for God. They moved to Bremerton, Washington, in 1980, where Sis. Jones worked at the Christian school. Other than a two-year period spent working with Rev. Davis in Texas, they made their home in Bremerton, serving in the local assembly. Both Bro. & Sis. Jones felt the call to bring the Gospel to Sequim and moved there in 2005. Since then, they have been establishing relationships with people in the community. When Bro. Jones received his license in 2021, they began holding services monthly in their home. It is their belief and desire that God will build Himself a church in Sequim.