Location: Torrington, Connecticut
Pastor: Pastors Michael Burgos and Michael Ambrose
Weekly Worship: 9:30, Eastern
Fast Facts: Northwest Hills Church is located in downtown Torrington and originally began as a church plant. In 2015, the church merged with Calvary Baptist Church, a historic but aging congregation. The merger has resulted in a multi-generational congregation that is thriving. NHCC values expository preaching and is intentionally theological. One of its biggest ministries is Grace Place, which serves women and families who might be considering abortion with resources and biblical counseling not to do so. Please pray for an upcoming event on March 23 in which they are hosting the Living Your Faith youth conference. This conference is designed to equip teenage youth to be apologetically- and evangelistically-minded within the context of a mostly secular New England. Also, please pray for reformation and revival in New England. Pray that Torrington is filled with the teaching of Christ.
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