Do you consider yourself a Christian, but maybe you don’t go to church?
As an expat, were you a regular church goer back home?

Do you believe in God, but made the break from church when you came to live in this beautiful country and no longer attend a place of worship?
Maybe you’re not a Christian, but are feeling that there might be a bit more to this ‘Christianity’ and are curious to find out more.

I know that there are many good, generous, kind, moral, law abiding people out there who would not call themselves a Christian. If you feel that any of the above might apply to you, can I just encourage you to step out, break away from your comfort zone, consider meeting up with the local Christian community and finding out more about the love of Jesus.

I know that many people just quit and run when they see the word ‘Church’, but what is preventing you from giving it a go?
Do you think that you would have to give up too many of life’s pleasures? Do you think it wouldn’t be much fun?
Do you perceive church as dull and boring?

You couldn’t be more wrong, but you will never know unless you give it a try.

Rios de Vida is a church full of love, laughter and friendship. If you want to experience the true joy of fellowshipping in a wonderful, warm, Christian environment, then come along on a Sunday morning.

Come and ‘let your hair down’.

The Bible teaches us that we are all part of one family; the family of God and if we want to receive all that He has for us, it is important that we stay in fellowship with other like-minded believers. Those who isolate themselves from God’s family and try to go it alone, cut themselves off from much of what the Lord has for them.

Rios de Vida is made up of people of many nationalities and greatly differing backgrounds. Often differences among people can divide them, but in church we should remember what unites us; the love of Jesus. Come and experience for yourself how differing gifts and viewpoints can help you as they serve the church? You’ll have a great time!

Sunday morning services start at 11.30am at Calle Espinar 13, Fuente Alamo.

For more information telephone Rachel (English) on 618 963 976 or Pastors Ginés and Toñi (Spanish) on 629 283 080