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GBI Fatmawati (Protestant)
Gereja Bethel Indonesia

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GBI Fatmawati (Gereja Bethel Indonesia)
Gedung Ventura, 3rd Floor
Jl. R.A. Kartini No. 26
South Jakarta
Tel. (021) 750-3942
Fax (021)769-6412

Office Hours: 09.00-17.00   Days Open: Monday-Sunday

Church Membership:

Membership is open to men, women and children. Current number of members: 1.000 members. Church active since: 1964

Worship Services:

GBI Fatmawati
Gedung Ventura 3rd Floor
Jl. R.A. Kartini No. 26

06.30 Indonesian Service I
09.30 Indonesian Service II
13.00 English Service III
16.00 Indonesian Service IV
19.00 Indonesian Service V

07.30 Sunday School Service I
10.00 Sunday School Service II
16.30 Sunday School Service III
13.00 Teenager Service

19.00 Prophetic and Apostolic Class

18.30 Mens Fellowship

19.00 Bible Teaching Class

10.00 Elderly Service

10.00 Woman Service
19.00 Young Adult Service

18.30 Youth Service

Tower of prayer starts on Monday and goes through Friday from 07.00 until 24.00.

Most activities are held in Indonesian, except for the English Service.

About Our Church:

GBI Fatmawati (known previously as GBI Bukit Sion) was founded in 1964 and this church has been led by a number of Synod Shepherds. In 1990 Rev. Themmy Berhitoe had a vision from a dream and decree which was confirmed in Isaiah 61:1-11 and 1 Timothy 1: 18-20. The faith step through decree was conveyed through Becoming an Apostolic Church vision and Reaching those who have not yet been reached mission. This issue should be echoed within every prayer service held in GBI Fatmawati.

GBI Fatmawati also has the Mission programs which are divided into several services, such as:

  • Education Mission (Students, Homes for Senior Citizens)
  • Serving Orphanages and Debora Homes for Senior Citizens Mission
  • Family Counseling Mission (Public Transportation Drivers, Sunday School Children, Providing Funds and Skills for The Shepherds)
  • City Outreach Mission
  • Serving Remote Churches Mission

Those programs are still in progress and it’s our longing to see the multiplication in reaching those who have not yet been reached and lost and also to build cooperation with the isolated churches.

We are looking forward to welcome you at our English Service every Sunday at 1.00pm.

Last updated July 8, 2014

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