How to Find Us
We gather each Sunday to worship and encourage each other as a community. We hope you can join us! If you can't make it in person, watch online on Sundays at 11:00 AM. Please feel free to review the option below that best fit your needs to get to our location.
From the East, coming in on the A2
- Take the Arturo Soria exit from autopista A-2.
- Turn left on Calle Arturo Soria.
- Turn right on Calle de la Condesa del Venadito.
- At the traffic circle take the first exit onto Calle Agastia.
- Turn right onto Calle Hernández de Tejada.
- The entrance to the church is about 30 meters on the right.
From the South, coming on the M30:
- On the M30, heading north, follow signs for ‘A2 Zaragoza’. Get into the right-hand service lane.
- Follow the exit ramp and STAY in the right-hand lane for ‘Arturo Soria’.
- Turn left onto Calle Hernández de Tejada (you’ll see a CEPSA garage).
- The entrance to the church is about 30 meters on the right, opposite the garage.
PARKINGLimited parking space available on church grounds. No problem for free street parking on Sundays on Arturo Soria, Condesa de Venadito and Hernández de Tejada.
The following buses stop in the vicinity of Immanuel Baptist Church:
11, 21, 70, 114, 115, 122, 200, 201
Please check the EMT time tables for detailed information.
The nearest metro stop is a 20 minute walk from our church.
Line 4 (purple) to ‘Arturo Soria’
Exit the metro station by following the arrows to Arturo Soria. As you come up the stairs to street level continue walking straight down the side walk. You will continue down this sidewalk for 12-15 minutes.
The street named Arturo Soria, is a wide avenue that should be on your right the whole time as you walk. The street numbers should be descending. Continue until you cross a bridge that passes over the A2 highway (it will be beneath you). At the first street light take a right onto Hernández de Tejada. Walk downhill for about one block. We are number 4, on the left-hand side of the street, opposite a CEPSA petrol station.
Check Metro Madrid Lines
BY METRO AND BUS
Avenida de America (metro lines 4, 6, 7 & 9):
Take the metro to Avenida de America. Follow the hallways to the exit of the metro station and ride the escalators / stairs up to level -2 and look for :
– Dock 13 for Bus 114. Get off at the first bus stop, which is right in front of the church.
– Dock 14 for Bus 115 or Dock 11 for Bus 200, Get off at the first bus stop. Exit the bus and walk to your right. At the end of the sidewalk turn left. Walk alongside the gas station. The church is directly across the street from the front of the gas station. (2 minute walk)
Extra information for those who are new to the Madrid public transportation system:
Your “diez viajes” (10 trips) or “abono” ticket that works for the metro also works on the bus to the church. Another option is to pay the bus driver once you get on the bus.
Get on one of the buses listed above. Once the bus begins to drive away from the bus stop push the button on one of the vertical bars along the aisle in the bus. This will tell the bus driver to stop at the next stop. Once the bus stops follow the instructions above.
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What We Believe
The Bible is the inspired, infallible Word of God, where the divine will for humankind is revealed. It is the final authority in all matters of faith and conduct.
One God – eternally existent in three persons, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit – is the Sovereign Lord and Creator of all things; the God who is above us, with us, and for us is Love!
- God the Father reigns with loving providential care over His universe, and has intervened all through its history to bring His good purposes to completion.
- God the Son, Jesus Christ, is the Author and Lord of life who became a man for our sakes. His deity, virgin birth, sinless life, death as a sacrifice for our sins, bodily resurrection, ascension to the right hand of the Father, and promise to return in power and glory, represent humanity’s only hope for salvation.
- God the Holy Spirit is our Advocate, the Spirit of Jesus, who comes to live inside each believer at the moment of salvation; He enables people to understand truth and respond to it; He cultivates Christian character, strengthens believers to witness, makes them one in Christ, and teaches them to love as Christ loved.
All human beings, created in God’s image, have sinned and become destitute of God’s glory, resulting in spiritual bondage and death; therefore, all alike are in need of salvation. Christ’s death on the cross was both the consequence and the payment for our sins, and through His resurrection He offers eternal life to all who place their trust in Him.
Salvation is only by grace (an undeserved gift) through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. As one repents of sin and selfishness and believes in Jesus Christ he or she becomes a child of God. As we respond to His call to discipleship, He teaches us to live out our salvation, becoming more and more like Jesus Christ.
The Church is both local and universal. The local church is a congregation of believers united together for worship, fellowship, instruction, ministry, and mission, under the leadership of Christ’s Spirit, exercising His gifts for the benefit of the Body. The church universal is all the redeemed of all the ages.
The two ordinances of the local church are believer’s baptism by immersion and the Lord’s Supper (Communion).
Tithes and free-will offerings are the scriptural example of the financial support of the local church.