Koinonia Fellowship
All things on this earth are subject to change, so live in fellowship with Jesus Christ each and every day. http://www.selahonradio.com/?p=3715
The Best Place to Live
Psalm 91:1  He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. When I was on the Internet recently there was a site that listed the best places to l…
Koinonia Fellowship
If we set our minds on the right things, the right thought will follow. http://www.selahonradio.com/?p=3696
Our Thought Life
What do you spend the majority of your time thinking about? Are your thoughts primarily negative, critical, angry? Or are they positive, constructive, peaceful? Did you know that the mind is the sc…
Koinonia Fellowship
It's so easy to hop on the current evangelical bandwagon, or dive into a particular area of Scripture such as prophecy, holiness, etc. http://www.selahonradio.com/?p=3692
The Proper Focus
With so many evangelical voices today, it can become quite confusing in determining how God intends me to respond. We have (and deeply need) ministries that zero in on families, prayer, singles, pr…


  • Redeem the Time

    At one time you were darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. “Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself...Read More

    Do all to the glory of God!

    ‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭10:23-33 “All things are lawful,” but not all things are helpful. “All things are lawful,” but not all things build up. Let no one seek his own...Read More
  • Get Acquainted With God

    Do you read the bible for information or for revelation? Are you prone towards the academics of the faith of Christ, or intimacy with Christ Himself? Job 22.21 Acquaint now...Read More

    A Call for Reverence

    1 Timothy 2.8-10 Therefore, I want the men in every place to pray, lifting up holy hands without anger or argument. Also, the women are to dress themselves in modest clothing,...Read More

Kerusso Articles


One day

By Jordan Rowley

One day, over two-thousand years ago, God sent His only begotten Son to this world that He so loved. Jesus was sent to seek and to save the hungry, the hurting, the struggling, the suffering, the bound, the blind, the addicted and the abused. He came as a physician for the sick and as a restorer for the broken. Our Lord Jesus came as a rescuer for the ensnared and a redeemer for the enslaved. And one day, a little over 30 years after Jesus was born into this world, after 3 years of selfless ministry, He died a brutal death on a horrible cross to pay the price of our sins with His own precious blood. He willingly did that so you and I could be saved from death and born anew into everlasting life. Three days later He rose from the tomb as the firstfruits of the resurrection, leading the way for all who would follow Him. 

Now, one other day, when God’s perfect kingdom comes and when His perfect will is done in a new heaven and on a new earth, there will be an end to all hurt, all hardship, and all heart-ache for all of humanity. We will see Death and Hades once and for all thrown into the lake of fire. From that day on there will be no more destruction of human life, not by disasters or disease or depravity. There will be no more people lacking food and starving to death. There will be no more people lacking medical treatment and suffering from preventable or curable diseases. There will be no more people thrust into destruction and desperation by earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, or other “natural disasters”. There will no more people forced to endure persecution or oppression. The former things will have passed away and, behold, He will have made all things new! (Revelation 21:4,5)

As Christians, our hearts long for heaven and deeply desire to be in the presence of God. It will be there, in His courts, where our faith will finally become sight and where our hope will fully be realized. Doesn’t your heart burn and yearn for that day when there will be no more tears, no more sorrow, no more pain, no more sin, no more death (and the list goes on!)? And in addition to all of these “no mores” that we’ll be blessed to embrace in heaven, there will be many more “forever mores” we’ll taste as well. We’ll experience joy forevermore and embrace love forevermore! We’ll partake of freedom from sin and death forevermore. We’ll worship and simply be with the Lord forevermore! In Psalm 84:2, the sons of Korah sang it like this: “My soul longs, yes even faints for the courts of the LORD. My heart and my flesh cry out for the Living God.” Amen! Doesn’t your heart long, yes, even faint, for the courts of the Lord? The Good News (pun intended) is that soon and very soon we who have placed our hope in Jesus will in fact be in His courts!

So with all that said, one day, this day, may we worship Him all the more fully in praise for all He’s done and in anticipation for all that is yet to be. May you and I bow our hearts before Him as we raise our voices in humble thanks singing the heavenly song, “blessing and honor and glory and power be to Him who sits on the throne and to Lamb, forever and ever!” (Revelation 5:13b)



Clean Clear Through

By Lynn Metier

In the “old days”, the coming of Spring meant it was time for the annual ritual known to every housewife as “Spring Cleaning”. But do you realize that God is also in the “cleaning business”, especially when it comes to His church and children? By the atoning death of Jesus Christ on the cross 2000 years ago, He has cleansed His church. By the shedding of His blood, He fully paid the price for our redemption, meeting the requirements of the law in the payment for sin, and satisfying the justice of a holy God. But God is also engaged in the continuing work of sanctification; that is, "cleaning" the world out of His church. Paul explained that Christ "loved the church and gave Himself up for her; that He might sanctify her, having cleansed her by the washing of water with the word." (Ephesians 5:25-26) Notice the past tense of the verb "cleansed". When Jesus said on the cross: "It is finished", He had completed the work of redemption the Father had sent Him to do. But when the Holy Spirit was poured out upon the church at Pentecost, His work of sanctification was just beginning.  

      What is true in the corporate sense for the church is equally true in each individual person. When a person is "born again" he becomes a new creation and is given a clean heart, but usually he is not immediately taken out of this world. He is still affected and influenced, tempted and tainted by this sinful, fallen world and his old sin nature. This is explained by Jesus as he sought to wash Peter's feet (John 13:6-10). When Peter protested, Jesus replied: "If I do not wash you, you have no part with Me." But then, when Peter wanted a complete bath, Jesus explained: "He who has bathed needs only to wash his feet, but is completely clean." Therefore, even though a believer is cleansed at conversion - ALL his sins washed away by the blood of the Lamb – the process of cleaning the world out of him (sanctification, or "setting apart") has just begun and will continue until the Christian is taken home to glory.  

Read more ...

Childrens Ministry

Our desire is to come alongside parents as they disciple their children. We have classes and family events geared to children from the nursery through 12 years old. 



Womens Ministry

Join us as we seek to strengthen and bless the lives of our families, church and community and  nurture your faith through prayer, worship, and study of the Bible. 


Join Us

Mens Ministry

Opportunities for men of all ages to build up their faith in fellowship with others who are like-minded in seeking God. Join us Tuesdays at 5:30 am for a B.A.M.M. breakfast.



Marriage Ministry

Strong marriages are built by God. God uses wisdom, knowledge, and understanding to build the home. "Unless the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it."




Father's Heart

An extension of God's Hand, purposed on sharing His love, to the hurting and homeless through the meeting of practical needs and the ministering of the Gospel.

India Connection

Reaching the Unreached - Teaching the Untaught - India Connection meets on the third Thursday of every month at 7 pm.


Dedicated to serving women facing unplanned pregnancies by transforming their fear into confidence. Professional services in a caring environment.

ER Community Resource

Provides food, clothing and services to the needy in our community, including families with small children who might otherwise go hungry.


Got Questions? Ask a pastor!


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

s5 logo

Our Address:

500 Main Street
East Rochester, NY  14445

Contact Us

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Get Involved

S5 Box


You need to enable user registration from User Manager/Options in the backend of Joomla before this module will activate.