Welcome to Metro Praise International! We are an independent Pentecostal church with a local vision and a global calling. As a Spirit-filled non-denominational multi-cultural body of believers, our vision is to love God with all of our hearts and to love our neighbors as ourselves.


Holy to the Lord

April 8, 2024

Holiness and consecration are often viewed as lofty ideals, distant and unattainable. However, the Scriptures remind us that these are not just concepts reserved for spiritual elites; they are invitations extended to every believer. The call to holiness is rooted in the very nature of God. He is holy, set apart, and perfect in all…

Easter 2024 Sermons

March 31, 2024

Jesus is the reason for every season! He was the center of two powerful messages on our Easter 2024 services. God’s presence was felt and experienced by those who understand the seriousness of the messages and received His amazing grace through Jesus Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection.

Loving God (Part 6)

March 24, 2024

When we love God, we will worship Him in the truth of who He is, with the spiritual kind of worship the Psalms describe. This entails honoring His majesty, seeking His presence with reverence and awe, and acknowledging His greatness in all aspects of our lives. It is a deep, heartfelt expression of our love…



April 13 | Hold Your Tongue

April 13, 2024

Proverbs 10:19 (NET), “When words abound, transgression is inevitable, but the one who restrains his words is wise.” In a recent study, it was discovered that most people say around 16,000 words a day. Some on the low end say as little as 750 words, with others saying as much as 47,000 words in one…

April 12 | Love Covers All

April 12, 2024

Proverbs 10:12, “Hatred stirs up dissension, but love covers over all wrongs.” If you had a choice to choose how people would always treat you, either with love or hate, which one would you pick? Love. Why? Everyone loves love. Even people who hate, like those in gangs or terrorist groups, still choose to love…

April 11 | Lazy Hands vs. Diligent Hands

April 11, 2024

Proverbs 10:4, “Lazy hands make a man poor, but diligent hands bring wealth.” King Solomon in the above proverb is contrasting the difference between poverty and wealth. The poor man, in general, is said to be poor because he or she has “lazy hands” and the wealthy are rich, generally speaking, because they have “diligent…