Salvation’s Newsletter

may 2020

Give all your circumstances to Christ. 

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. Philippians 4:6  

Brothers and sisters in Christ, as the world faces difficult times during this season, remember we are in this world but not of it. We pray the Lord to continue to bless you and your family. We are very saddened that we are unable to gather together to pray and worship but we are always together in spirit. We send our condolences to the families who may have loss someone during this pandemic.Some people question God’s love and power during this time of crisis. But theBible reminds us that God is still sovereign. He still loves us and will continue to care for us even in these times.

For the month of May we are going to focus on the following topic: give all your circumstances to Christ. We may not know what you are going through. But remember God is still able to save, bless, heal and protect his children. May God continue to watch over us.  

We send our condolences to Lazard family for the loss of Bishop Lazard. The Enock family is also in our prayers as they face passing of Sister Enock. The Gaston Family are in our prayers as they process the loss of Mother Gaston. Last but not least, we send our condolences to the Dejoie family for the loss of their grandmother, Emanie and father, Brother Yves Dejoie. May God continue to bless and strengthen them during this time.  

As the coronavirus pandemic has forced the authorities to close all non-essential services and ban public gatherings. We continue to connect with each other via our conference call service. The number is 347-502-6880 Sunday 11a.m.-12p.m. and Friday 7p.m.-8p.m.  

Since the early church, the family has played a key role in promoting faith by organizing family devotional services in their homes. We encourage each family to do the same.  

If you need prayer and spiritual resources, please fill out a prayer request, send us an email to or send mail directly to 1615 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11226.  

Pastor Joel Tirone andEvangelist Wildeen Tirone