Welcome to Expressway Assembly Of God Church
A CHURCH THAT IS A HIGHWAY OF HOPE
We will be celebrating Autumn on Sunday October 30th 2022 right after service (Noonish)
There will be tables set up in the gym for games, prizes and lots of candy
If you’d like to donate or help, please call the church at 716-893-8112 or email us for more information!
This is a perfect mid-week opportunity to fellowship and grow in faith.
Our Food Pantry is open Wednesdays & Fridays (except the 3rd Friday of each month), and the 3rd Saturday of each month.
Stop by Wednesday and Friday 11am to 1pm, Saturday 9am-12n.
Join us for an inspiring time with God’s word. It’s an amazing way to start your week and prepare for our 10:00am worship!
Join us for a very uplifting way to start your week.
If you need a Bible, we will give you one to keep.
We are the Outreach Ministry at Expressway Assembly Of God. We want to send you a special Invite to our church. Come taste and see that the Lord is good!.
Thank you Regina Glover from Kim's Korner In the Boulevard Mall for making our t-shirts with our blinged out church logo. We are lit in Jesus name!
Our church is located on Eggert Road, right at the Eggert Road exit of the Kensington Expressway
Expressway Assembly of God is a Christ-Centered, Bible-Based church, providing a place for all people to come and Worship God. That together, we can be involved in service and ministry, striving to reach the lost at all cost, to see disciples made of all men, and to grow together in fellowship.
We strive to be"...a GLORIOUS PEOPLE, involved in GLORIOUS PURPOSES, as unto our GLORIOUS GOD!" We are a Loving Church that has a growing hunger and thirst for the things of God.
Our building was originally constructed as a YMCA. So, we have great resources for meeting rooms, classrooms and even a gym for youth activities.
FEBRUARY 18, 2022 BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The impact of poverty in some of Buffalo's neighborhoods has become dire. But community leaders are working tirelessly to collect clothing and food.
"They need a beacon of hope"
Reaching out to ease burden of Buffalo’s improvised communities. Ready to giveaway food and items. “This area — that we happen to be in — is a desert in a much, much deprived neighborhood,” Pastor James Giles, Buffalo Peacemakers.
Buffalo Peacemakers and Buffalo F.A.T.H.E.R.S. are collaborating with the pastor of the Expressway Assembly of God, a church right off the 33 Expressway on Eggert Road — known as the “Highway of Hope”.
“People don't know where to turn. They don't know what to do next,” remarked Tom Sember, pastor, Expressway Assembly of God.
The leaders say in an already impoverished neighborhood, the pandemic is pushing poverty to an all time high.