Celebrating 20 Years of Faith and Miracles: God’s House Orlando

In a heartwarming celebration of faith, community, and two decades of dedicated service, Converge church plant God’s House Orlando marked its 20-year anniversary on Sunday, August 27, 2023. The joyous event was a testament to the unwavering commitment of its founders and lead pastors, Sammy and Shannon Pawlak, as they reflected on their remarkable journey of ministry, miracles, and the faithfulness of Jesus.

The anniversary celebration was a day filled with heartfelt moments and spiritual significance. Families gathered to dedicate their precious babies to the Lord, a touching reminder of the church’s commitment to nurturing the next generation. The church community also took the time to honor the children who were moving up to the youth ministry, recognizing their growth and spiritual development.

A particularly emotional highlight of the day was the acknowledgment of the High School graduates. As they embarked on new chapters in their lives, the congregation came together to pray for their success and God’s guidance in their journeys ahead.

Adding to the sense of celebration and gratitude, the church’s worship team made a special announcement: the release of a commemorative worship album featuring all-original music. This album is not only a testament to the musical talent within the church but also a heartfelt offering of praise and worship.

The significance of the day was further emphasized by the presence of Pastor Gregg Heinsch, an executive board member, who led the congregation in prayer. His words resonated deeply with everyone present, highlighting the church’s mission and the importance of faith.

Perhaps the most poignant moment of the celebration came when Pastor Sammy and Pastor Shannon Pawlak, visibly moved, washed the feet of their daughters, Hannah and Selah. This symbolic act was a profound demonstration of their commitment to the church and the faith journey that began when their daughters were infants. It was a touching gesture that left many in the congregation in tears, a reminder of the sacrificial love and dedication that has been poured into the church over the past two decades.