Kawasaki/Yokohama church
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Baptist church in Kawasaki
About Our Church

Child or adult, foreigner or Japanese, Denen Grace Chapel reaches out with open arms to welcome you!

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We’ve been waiting for you!

It’s true. We believe that every person who comes into the circle of this special fellowship was sent by God Himself. He leads, loves and works in each one of us. So, above all else we want to express Christ’s love to you with genuine, heartfelt warmth. We are eager to know you, and we’re excited to share with you all the ways God is working in HIS church here in Kawasaki, Japan.

Our History

Denen Grace Chapel began in the fall of 2001 in the Laverman home in Yokohama, Japan, with a half dozen Christians in attendance. Since then the church has grown steadily, and is a part of a fellowship of churches called the Conservative Baptist Association in Japan.

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The Conservative Baptist Association, a Protestant denomination with evangelical roots, was formed out of a world missions movement among Baptist churches in America in 1943.

In 1947, during the early days of post-World War II Japan, American missionaries began church planting work in northern Tohoku which soon became the Conservative Baptist Association in Japan. Currently, the growing church association includes around 80 churches in Tohoku, Kanto, and Kyushu.

Denen Grace Chapel is a family, rich in the relationships that matter most. As God’s children, we grow together, we worship, we serve, we laugh, we cry, we learn, and we reach out to our world with life-transforming truth and helping hands. We reach out to you, as well, regardless of where you grew up or what language you speak. Our doors are open. Our hearts are open, too. If you’ve been thinking, praying, searching, and hoping for a place to belong, we say again, “Welcome to our church family. We’ve been waiting for you!”
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Q & A about Church

Q. Is there something I should wear or bring?
A. Not really. We have everything prepared that you need right here. Just come as you are.

Q. What should I know about church etiquette?
A. You should know that you need not worry about it. People around you will be happy to help you know what is going on and help you feel at home.

Q. Is there some cost or offering involved?
A. We take an voluntary offering every Sunday. Those that call Denen Grace Chapel their home church will freely give. But visitors to our church needn’t worry or feel pressured at all.

Q. What kind of people go to Denen Grace?
A. All kinds! Businessmen, housewives, students, children, youth, foreigners, Japanese, Christians…just regular people! You’ll fit in fine!