Rev. Daniel Asibuoh-Sarpong received a call to serve God at a youthful age. As a young man, he helped establish several churches in Ghana, West Africa. While serving as a lay leader at the Ghana United Methodist Church in the Bronx, he helped establish another Methodist Church at Yonkers, New York. For more than two decades, God has used Pastor Daniel in multiple positions of transformational ministry in the life of the church and the society at large. Prior to his appointment at First United Methodist Church of Jamaica, he served as a minister-in-charge at Derby United Methodist Church, Connecticut, the ministerial assistant for youth and young adult ministries at First United Methodist Church Mount Vernon, New York and held various positions and offices in the Ghana UMC, the Bronx, New York. Pastor Daniel is married to Mercy Gyamfuah-Asibuoh and parents to four children: Michael, Clementina, Edmund, and Evangel. Pastor Daniel loves to work in the Lord’s vineyard, and he is most thankful and grateful to God for his life, family and all the people God has placed in his life throughout his Christian journey.
Rev. Daniel Asibouh-Sarpong, Pastor
Contact #: (718) 739-2269
Service begins at 11:00AM
Zoom ID: 484 194 216
Password: 549 210
Dial in #: (646) 558-8656
Monday through Friday
6:00AM - 6:30AM
Code#: 588 467
Code#: 588 467
Rev. Oliverio Barrera, Pastor
Contact #: (646) 945-6610
Domingo a las 8:30AM
Domingo (Zoom) a las 10:00AM
Dial in/Numero de telefono: (646) 558-8656
Meeting ID/# de Reunion: 857 0464 3693
Dias de semana: Martes a Viernes
Dial in/Numero de telefono:
Meeting ID# de Reunion: 890 7515 7882
"Our faith can move mountains."
The Methodist Movement in Jamaica, New York began when Captain Thomas Webb, a soldier in the British army, preached a sermon in Jamaica, New York in 1776. He was converted by the preaching of John Wesley and considered himself Wesley's spiritual son. (For more details, see "About Us".)
We use both the Old Testament and the Gospels as the foundation for our faith and the inspiration for our daily lives. We put those teachings into practice at home and at work.
Just as Jesus said in the Beatitudes, blessed are the poor and the hungry. Our mission is not just to love one another, but to make sure we spread the love of the Gospels everywhere.
Gospel Reading: Luke 10:38-42
Gospel Reading: Luke 10:25-37
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