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Summary:Crossroads Church is located in the heart of historic downtown Chula Vista. This church is a true reflection of the community around them. Here you will find a diverse mix of race, age and financial status. With a mission to “lead people to and through a life changing relationship with Jesus and his family”, this church places a high emphasis on God’s grace and living in response to that. Adamantly rejecting moralism, Crossroads goal is to be Christ-centered and Gospel-centered in everything.
Pastor Matt Ortiz preaches verse-by-verse through both Old and New Testaments. There are also a variety of community groups that meet throughout the week. Impacting the community of the South Bay with the gospel of grace is the mission of everything the church does.
For those looking for a church in the South Bay that is strong both in doctrine and practice, this church is highly recommended..Full Review
Summary: The Twelve Tribes of Israel believes they are the only ‘true’ disciples of Christ. All other Christians are no different than atheists, Buddhists or Muslims. In order for a person to be saved, they need to move into one of their communities, give up all their possessions to the community as well as agree (with no room for differing opinions) to their interpretation of scripture. We see this as legalism, works-based faith and as an error to the Christian faith.
Sadly, what caused the Twelve Tribes to ‘react’ to this extreme is true. They see that most Christians today are unwilling to live out the faith as Christ called them to. This faith includes love for neighbor, self-sacrifice and service to a common goal in the Kingdom of God.
Too much legalism and extreme interpretations for us to recommend anyone join the group.Full Review
Summary: All Souls’ Episcopal Church has a progressive interpretation of scripture. Their interpretations of issues (abortion, homosexuality, etc.) are not rooted in the Bible but have changed because the culture has changed. The gospel message has become a social gospel that leads them to do many good things, but they do not teach that Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven. The result is Christianity becomes more of a philosophy rather than a belief that God is not silent and has, by inspiration of the Holy Spirit, communicated to us through the Bible.
A church not rooted in orthodoxy. We do not recommend people attend this church.Full Review
Summary: San Diego Reformed Church is a solid church for people to consider. The service I attended had a guest preacher, who did an excellent job. Their worship style was more hymnal-based singing and traditional in flavor. There seems to be a transition at this church toward a more missional mindset to reach out the the community around them. (Being missional is often a challenge in Reformed churches.) The service had a large number of older (60 to 80 year old) people but there were several families as well.
A good church that teaches the Scripture and desires to reach out to their community. We recommend this church.Full Review