GAC who are we


The Gospel Assembly Church of Jesus Christ (Apostolic) Inc.,was launched on June of 1988 with eight passionate souls. From its humble beginning in a small upper room on 212St and White Plains Rd in the Bronx, the church has grown to over 300 saints in three locations, New York ,Georgia and the British Virgin Island.

Guided by our theme “We care about you” the GAC family seeks to show forth the love of a Holy God to a lost and hurting world.


We believe . . . in the ONE True and Living God. Maker of all creation; the all-knowing, all-powerful, everywhere-present, eternal Father; the source of all goodness, truth, and love; who has manifested himself in His Son, Jesus Christ, for the purposes of redemption and as the Holy Ghost for the purpose of intervening in the lives of people.

(Deuteronomy 6:4 – 112 Corinthians 13:141 Timothy 1:173:166:13 – 16)

We believe . . . in the gospel of Jesus Christ, which declares Him to be the only begotten Son of God, who was born of a virgin and who lived to show us the words and works of God.  As the Savior, He was crucified and died on the cross in our place to be the supreme sacrifice for sin.  He was buried in a tomb but rose again on the third day, as the Scriptures foretold.  And is now exalted as King of kings and Lord of lords.  As God manifested in the flesh, He is true God and true man; in Him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead.

(Acts 10:38 – 401 Corinthians 15: 1 – 4Colossians 2:9)

We believe . . . in the original Apostolic plan of salvation, proclaimed on the Day of Pentecost on the birthday of the New Testament Church.  Which includes, faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, sincere repentance, water baptism by immersion in the name of Jesus Christ, and receiving the gift of the Holy Ghost with the joyous experience of speaking supernaturally in other tongues – just as the believers did in the first century. 

(Acts 2:1 – 2910:44 – 48)

 We believe . . . in living a life of holiness, both inwardly and outwardly, as a result of the working of God’s grace in us. For the Word of the Lord declares that all who name the name of Christ should depart from sin and separate themselves from the evil practices of this present age.

(Ephesians 4:21 – 242 Timothy 2:19Hebrews 12:14)

We believe . . . in practicing genuine Christianity, through love for God and people, prayer, obedience to the Word of God, heartfelt worship and expressive praise, sharing our faith, commitment to our marriage companions and families, availability to help one another in time of need, honesty, and diligence in our employment, honor and respect for our government as it submits to the divine plan for human society, and the dedication of our time, talent, and treasure to advance of the kingdom of God on earth.

(Romans 12 – 13; Colossians 3 – 4)

We believe . . . in the return of Jesus Christ, that glorious appearing when our Lord shall come with the sound of a trumpet, when both those who have died in Christ and those who now live in Christ will rise to meet Him in the air to be with Him forever.

(1 Corinthians 15:51 – 551 Thessalonians 4:13 – 18)

We believe . . . in the judgment of all people, when the wicked shall receive their punishment and the righteous shall receive their reward.  We believe in the ultimate triumph of righteousness and in the life everlasting.

(Romans 14:10 – 122 Thessalonians 1:6 – 10Revelation 20:12 – 21: 8)


Our Goals and Purposes are:

To proclaim the whole Gospel of Jesus Christ to the whole world were ever the Gospel Assembly Church is established. To establish and maintain a Christian community, free (as earthly possible) of worldly vices and attitudes, which will support the honorable efforts of all who desire to be saved and will provide opportunities for the love of God to be put into action as a witness of Jesus Christ. To develop financial and other support in order to proclaim the Gospel and establish new churches. To generally promote religious, educational and charitable activities as part of the individual , and communal developmental efforts of man in Christ Jesus.