IMPACT

Church United is helping pastors transform California at the government and church level – cities, counties, state, and federal government – through Church United pastors and speakers impacting California for Christ.

State of California Impact:

The New York Times

The New York Times wrote about the impact Church United is having in California and the nation. Read the article

AB 2943 Withdrawn

August 31, 2018
California pastors from across the entire state (Northern, Central, and Southern) express their thankfulness to Assemblyman Evan Low (D-Campbell) for withdrawing Assembly Bill 2943, on August 31, 2018.

Orange County Register: August 27, 2018
California Assembly Bill 2943 awakened a compassionate giant

New York Times: June 12, 2018
The New York Times: June 12, 2018
Conversation Therapy Ban, California
[The New York Times removed the article from their website.]

World News Magazine: June 13, 2018
Follow the Assembly Line

最新發展》AB2943法案侵犯宗教自由及選擇權加州教會聯合抗議:人們有 …
基督教今日報-Jun 13, 2018
聯合教會(Church United)牧師吉姆‧多們(Jim Domen)表示,反對AB2943就是在保護憲法賦予每個美國國民的自由權, 每個人都有權追求使他們獲得 …

AB 2943 Santa Ana
Press Conference

May 29, 11:00 a.m. 2018
Florida Pulse Nightclub Survivor and 10 Formers (Homosexuals, Lesbians & Same Sex Attracted), Outraged over Proposed Ban of Sexual Freedom Will Speak.

Black, brown, and white pastors representing over 700 California Church United Evangelical Pastors traveling from Alameda, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and San Diego counties, will also speak regarding the upcoming State Senate hearing on California Assembly Bill 2943, the proposed law that would prohibit speech and deny the right to choose.

The California Evangelical pastors of Church United will introduce to the public over 25 compelling men and women of varying ethnicities who are former homosexuals, former lesbians and same-sex attracted and who have benefited by the very services AB 2943 intends to ban.

This bill’s hostility toward consenting adults who have chosen to live a life in accordance with their faith and identity as a Christian will prohibit them from purchasing supportive books or from obtaining supportive counseling. However, in contrast, they would be able to receive counseling that offers encouragement towards “exploration and development” of attraction toward individuals of the same sex.

Plainly put, Assembly Bill 2943 (Evan Low, D-San Jose, LGBT Caucus) violates free speech and promotes viewpoint discrimination.

AB 2943 Sacramento
Press Conference

May 8, 12:00 p.m. 2018
120 California pastors attended a press conference listening to stories of 5 Former Homosexuals and Lesbians and how they chose to change their lives from homosexuality to heterosexuality with the help of counselors, therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, pastors and Scripture.

Over 100 California pastors engaged Legislators in Sacramento

February 2018
California pastors share briefly of the impact on our state. Church United Awakening Tour February 2018

120 California Pastors to California’s Capitol

May 7- 8, 2018
120 California pastors singing All Hail the Power of Jesus’ name and praying in the rotunda of California’s Capitol. Come Lord Jesus, come!

All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name

May 2018
120 California pastors singing All Hail the Power of Jesus’ name and praying in the rotunda of California’s Capitol. Come Lord Jesus, come!

Battle Hymn of the Republic

May 2018
120 California pastors singing Battle Hymn of the Republic and praying in the rotunda of California’s Capitol. Come Lord Jesus, come!

24 Regional Pastors of Influence Impact Sacramento

February 2017
Twenty-four California Pastors of Regional Influence attended the inaugural Church United Awakening Tour in Sacramento, California. Three pastors share their awakening experiences and how they have impacted their cities.

Pastor Jack Hibbs & California Assemblyman Phillip Chen

April 2018
A church of 8,000 voters had their Assemblyman Phillip Chen to Calvary Chapel Chino Hills on a Sunday morning to talk about legislation affecting Home Schoolers in California. Pastor Jack Hibbs invited their Assemblyman to share about two bills affecting California homeschool children. The Assembly Bill 2756 (Medina, D-Riverside) never made it to the committee and Assembly Bill 2926 (Eggman, D-Stockton) never got a motion to even hear a vote. Church United is grateful for the 1,000+ people (Dads, moms, and their children) who filled the halls of the California Assembly Hearing Room.

California Pastors praising God in the rotunda of California’s Capitol


February 2018
California pastors almost representing every Assembly and Senate District in the state coming together to pray and sing the Doxology. Church United Awakening Tour February 2018

Federal Impact:

157 California Pastors to Washington, D.C.

May 2017
One hundred fifty-seven California pastors in the rotunda of the United States Capitol prior to singing “Amazing Grace” and the “Doxology.” Watch the video to hear California pastors of all colors discuss their experiences on the Church United Awakening Tour in Washington, D.C

Doxology Sang in the U.S. Capitol’s Rotunda

May 2017
One hundred fifty-seven California pastors in the rotunda of the United States Capitol prior to singing “Amazing Grace” and the “Doxology.” Watch the video to hear California pastors of all colors discuss their experiences on the Church United Awakening Tour in Washington, D.C

LGBT Legislation Stopped by Prayers Answered

May 2016
After 70 California pastors participated in a worship service inside the United States Capitol, every one of them was asked to gather in the center of the rotunda. Four pastors (Young, old, First Tribes, black, brown, white, ex-gay) were asked to lay hands on six members of the House of Representatives (Congressmen Noah Webster, Florida; Louie Gohmert, Texas; John Moolenaar, Michigan; Glen Thompson, Pennsylvania; Steve King, Iowa; and Jody Hice, Georgia) and pray because a New York member from the House of Representatives added an LGBT rider to the bill, HR-2 (a water bill).

The LGBT rider would have discriminated against businesses who held a belief of marriage between man and woman. After the pastors prayed, the bill died the next day on the floor of the House of Representatives.

County Impact:

God & Prayer Remain in Orange County

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November 2016
Church United invited Bishop Kevin Vann and Deacon Denis Zaun of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange County, as well as Evangelical pastors, to show their united support for the Orange County Board of Education to keep Invocations and “In God We Trust” during county school board meetings.

Aborted Baby Parts Sold: Stopped in Orange County

October 2016
60 North Orange County clergy met at Grace OC Church in Yorba Linda, located across the parking lot from DV Biologics and DaVinci Biosciences, to educate themselves regarding aborted babies and their parts being sold from these companies. The clergy organized and began prayer vigils. In May 2016, four pastors met with Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn, Chair, Select Committee on Infant Lives in Washington, D.C., to hear about and aid in the investigation regarding this issue.

In October 2016, the Orange County District Attorney, Tony Rackauckas, pictured above, filed a $1.2 million lawsuit against both of these companies. At the Christmas Banquet in December 2016 – with many pastors from the initial meeting at Grace OC Church – present, Church United awarded Mr. Tony Rackauckas with a Red Tie Award. Click here to read the OCDA news release regarding the filing of this civil suit.

 

City Impact:

Fresno Pastors Stop Marijuana

July 2017
Three pastors spoke and rallied other pastors to attend a Fresno city council meeting in hopes of prohibiting the sale of marijuana in the city limits. The pastors were out numbered 20 to 1 with a hostile crowd jeering and booing when they spoke. The Fresno Chief of Police also spoke supporting the pastors and banning the sale of pot.

Oroville Pastors Respond After Washington, D.C.

August 2017
Because of the content revealed in this video a Church United representative will have to privately share this video with you.

Oroville City Councilman and Pastor Scott Thomson shares about the Church United Awakening Tour Washington, D.C. and the affect it had on the pastors of Oroville. They have committed to run for city and school board openings and are engage in Sacramento with weekly trips.

 

Pastors Impact:

Costa Mesa Pastors

February 2018
Costa Mesa Pastors

Watch and hear how Costa Mesa city pastors are impacted to work together for the betterment of their city.

Pastor de habla española

January 2018

El pastor Juan Carlos habla sobre la iglesia unida

Fresno Pastor Washington, D.C.

July 2017
“I don’t get involved in Politics!” stated Pastor Elias “Eli” Loera – who runs the Christian Temple Assembly of God Church in Fresno, CA – prior to attending the Church United Awakening Tour in Washington, D.C. in May 2017. He then rallied 20 Central Valley pastors to attend a City Council meeting.

Whittier Pastor Disrupted & Partnering with CU

September 2017
Bishop Ed Smith, Zoe Christian Fellowship, Whittier, California, shares about his “disruptive” experience engaging at a Church United Awakening Tour Washington, D.C. May 2017. Calls for pastors to engage in elections and godly candidates running for office.

Temecula Pastor’s Church Impacted

June 2017
Pastor Bob Branch shares how skeptical he was to attend an event in our national’s capitol and after participating in the Church United Awakening Tour Washington, D.C., realized he had conceded the culture to the evil one.

 

Speaker Impact:

Congressman
Bob McEwen

May 2018, Sacramento
Politics as Easy as Pie

Pastor & City Councilman
Rob McCoy

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February 2018, Sacramento
Pastor Rob McCoy encourages pastors to run for office and civic engagement.

Immigration Attorney
Esther R. Valdes

May 2018, Sacramento
Immigration and Scripture

April 2018, Los Angeles
KTLA Interview

Historian
William Federer

May 2018, Sacramento
Who is KING in America & Who are the COUSELORS to the King?