If someone had saved your life, would you keep quiet about it? Usually Not! Because God keeps such a joy in your heart that when you receive good news, you share it. Our vision is clear and same to share the good news to Indian community and others around tri-valley. In fact, we believe there’s no greater joy than the lost being found.
We as local church committed to the timeless truths of the Word of God and working towards discipleship to help the saved people grow much more in the Lord.
What we believe serves as the
foundation of our faith.
The core biblical doctrine that forms the foundation of what we, as leadership at Heavenly Grace, stand, practice and teach is:
Vijay Sanagasetti is the Elder-Pastor-Teacher of Heavenly Grace Church in Dublin, California.
Growing up in a devout Hindu family, Pastor Vijay Sanagasetti experienced the rich qualities of Indian culture and tradition. However, he always felt a longing for something deeper, something that would fill the void within his heart. It was during his college years that he had a profound encounter with Jesus Christ that would forever change the course of his life. Through the guidance of a faithful friend and the power of prayer, Pastor Vijay Sanagasetti found his way to the foot of the cross, where he surrendered his life to the love and mercy of our Lord.
Since that life-transforming moment, Pastor has dedicated himself to the ministry of spreading the Gospel. His journey, his unique background, and experiences have enabled him to connect with people from diverse walks of life, bridging cultural gaps and fostering understanding among communities. The emphasis of his preaching/teaching ministry is the careful study and verse-by-verse exposition of the Bible.
Vijay and his wife, Shobha, live in Pleasanton, California, and have two children: Princy and Noel.
In the future there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day; and not only to me, but also to all who have loved His appearing. | 2 Timothy 4:8 |