God’s Missionary Church has been reaching out to the Rome community since its opening Nov. 12. The goal of church’s outreach is to provide answers to life’s questions through the Christian Gospel.
“We believe that problems like drug addiction are a symptom of man’s separation from God, and that this separation can only be resolved through faith in Jesus Christ,” Pastor Erik Samborski said.
Samborski is partnering with Matt Kilgore, a Rome native and business owner whom also ministers at the church, to deliver a Bible-based message.
“Unfortunately too many churches are using worldly means to attract people to church,” Kilgore said. “We want our message to be based on God’s word, the Bible. We appreciate the other churches in Rome, and look forward to seeing what God does.”
The church is located at 205 N. Madison St., the former home of Rome Assembly of God. Service times are Sundays with worship at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. The evening services includes a children’s program. The church also hosts a prayer and praise service Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m.