missio community church
a new church connecting our neighbors
to jesus and his mission
“Missio” is the Latin word for mission, and it captures how we see ourselves as people sent by Christ to be on mission together in the community and world.
Everyone has questions about life and faith. We believe that bringing our questions and doubts to our journey strengthens rather than weakens our faith. And we see the honest struggle with those questions as part of our mission as Christ followers who are sent on mission to minister to people with doubts and questions. Our focus includes connecting with students and scientists and Caltech and JPL.
Missio is the lead organizer of the Science And Faith Examined (SAFE) ministry, which helps Caltech students, staff, faculty, and community members to integrate biblical faith and science. Check out our Facebook page.
Missio Community Church is part of a Presbyterian denomination called ECO, whose mission is “to build flourishing churches that make disciples of Jesus Christ.”
Our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ who are sent together on mission to make disciples and transform communities
Our Vision is to be a multicultural congregation of people who experience life together on mission in their neighborhoods, workplaces and campuses. We seek to equip people to be missionaries in their workplace, reach Caltech students and faculty, and train future church planters.
Biblical Empowerment • Gospel Fluency • Authentic Community • Missional Living
Missio Community Church grew out of a small group Bible study in which a vision began to form for a church that was made up of missional communities that function as an extended family of Christians on mission together.
Len Tang is the lead pastor of Missio and is an ordained Presbyterian pastor in the ECO denomination. He loves Scripture, basketball, and Apple products. He has been married to Amy since 1996 and they have three boys, ages 17, 14, and 12. Amy is a teacher and a certified worship dance leader.
Eben and his wife Megann moved to Pasadena in 2016. He is pursuing a Master of Arts in Theology at Fuller Seminary, and serving as a worship assistant on the Fuller chapel team. Prior moving to Pasadena, Eben and Megann lived in Santa Barbara, where Eben worked as a musician, teacher, and worship leader. Both are Westmont College graduates- Eben in 2011 with a degree in music, and Megann in 2012 with degrees in Spanish and Cultural Anthropology.
A new church like Missio relies on people who are moved to join us in prayer and financial giving. Please consider making a tax-deductible gift to support this new work of Christ by:
Pasadena Conservatory of Music
100 N. Hill Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91107
Dec. 3, 10:00am - Sunday Worship, Pasadena Conservatory of Music, 100 N. Hill Ave, Pasadena
Dec. 3 , 5:30pm - Tang Missional Community, 3080 Lombardy Rd., Pasadena. Dinner and study.
Upcoming Worship Services: Dec. 3, 10, 17 & 24, Jan. 7, Grand Opening Jan. 21.
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