We are an Apostolic Center raising up people to know who they are in the Kingdom of God.



Our mission is to raise up people to know who they are in the Kingdom and to take on their assignment.


We are a training center: We are raising up a prophetic company of people who are not afraid to hear the Word of God and speak it over their lives, families, region, school, government etc. God wants to do marvelous things but He needs His people to come in agreement with Him.

Our motto is : Believe, Belong, Become

Believe: in who God is

Belong: to what God is doing

Become: who God has called you to be


We believe that God has called the church to take it's place in their spheres of authority and territory, exercising fully in the seven spheres of influence (religion, family, education, government, media, arts and entertainment, and business). We believe that the church needs to align with God's kingdom principles to raise up disciples to change their local communities and regions. We also believe it’s a time when God is shifting the local church through the prophetic to transform the church from the old wine-skin  to the new wine-skin. We believe that shifting requires the five-fold ministry. An apostolic center is a governing structure that adopts new leadership practices in all five-fold ministry branches.


The apostolic center provides the atmosphere and kingdom culture where each person is able to become who God says they will be in any capacity. Each person is encouraged and trained to exercise their gifting in all five-fold branches. Each individual is without exception in reaching their full potential to become people who will take their rightful place of authority in society (religion, government, arts and entertainment, media, business, family, education). An apostolic center equips people to fulfill their destiny and purpose as a believer becoming a disciple, and ultimately becoming a leader.


The apostolic center becomes a training camp and a sending base for those who become connected and find their place. The hands on training works synergistically with the prophetic, inclusive of Sunday mornings. The messages are consistently geared toward teaching every single member without exception that they have a divine calling and the capacity to impact the world with supernatural ability. Belonging to an Apostolic center means rejecting passive Christianity and seeing yourself to be releasers of His glory and power.


Along with the Gregorian calendar, we also follow the Hebraic calendar, which contains the original timing that was followed in biblical times. Here, you can learn about the current month and gain an understanding of it's significance in your everyday life.




The month of Av:

Timeframe: 30 days – August 2nd - August 31st

Av, literally means “father.” It is customary to add the name “Menachem,” which means “comforter” or “consoler”—so Menachem Av

Av is a month of transformation. It is the month of the Lion of the tribe of Judah. our Messiah. It is a month of redemption from tragedy and where we rely on the One who redeems. It is a month of birthing, where seeds that were sown will now show itself and manifest. Things that were sown in evil intention will manifest as such. Things that were sown through faith, prayer and fasting, will break forth and birth/ manifest in this season.

For the first 9 days of Av, the Jewish people fast a pray because in history, the worst trials the Jews ever faced happened on the the 9th of Av. On the 9th of Av, they commemorate several tragedies, among them: The Jews who left Egypt with Moses were condemned to wander and die in the desert for 40 years; the destruction of both Holy Temples by the Babylonians in 423 BCE and by the Romans in 69 CE; and the Jews of Betar who were killed. Later in history, in 1290, the Jews of England were expelled by King Edward; and the Jews of Spain were expelled by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella in 1492. In 1942, the deportation of Jews from the Warsaw ghetto to the Treblinka extermination camp began. Germany declared war on Russia, effectively catapulting the First World War into motion, on the 9th of Av, Tisha b'Av. The day is commemorated as a day of fasting and mourning. But the 15th of Av is a celebration of redemption. Where Tu B’Av signifies rebirth after destruction and is a day for new beginnings. On this day, the daughters of Jerusalem would borrow linen garments in order not to embarrass others who did not have beautiful clothing and dance in the vineyards to find prospective grooms. The Talmud considers this day the greatest festival of the year, followed by Yom Kippur, as its essence represents the future redemption.

Allow the God of the redeemed, the Lion of Judah to bring beauty out of ashes. Press through for your breakthrough. Come to Him with expectancy of birthing that which you have been praying for.


The year 5779:

It is the year to let the new wine flow and harvest the King’s vineyard.

The word for CLC is that this is our T.I.M.E.!


Speak, declare, obey, align, and come into agreement with what God is doing in this year through this Apostolic Center. 

Pray over this word and cultivate it in your heart. Step into the New Year with faith that is aligned with your works. 

CLC has a very large, very important, and very unique assignment in Queens, and YOU are an integral part of this vision.