JPCC Worship

JPCC Worship, our local worship team, is passionate about God and is committed to declare His love through song and music. The team was originally known by the name True Worshippers, until 2011 when the name was changed to reflect the team's commitment to build the local church and not be labeled as an independent band. All the members serve in the church, and most are volunteers. JPCC Worship has been writing songs and recording albums annually. Their songs are being sung by the churches all over Indonesia and other countries.


The Lyrics is comes from the album "Glory TO Glory (2010)" made by True Worshippers. As the name, this lyrics are fully present the thanks and praise emotion from worshippers to God. At beginning of the Lyrics, it explain how God it is, what is his character, and then what he has done for us, how love he is. In next section, author expressing his feeling to God, what he wants to do for God. Final, the author began to praise God and worship God, God is glory!!!

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Jakarta Praise Community Church started in 1996 as a small prayer meeting of 10 young people. As the group grew, they then called themselves Jakarta Praise Center - Youth Ministry. On 4 July 1999, Jeffrey and Angela Rachmat together with Jose and Hanna Carol started Jakarta Praise Community Church under the denomination of Jemaat Kristen Indonesia. The church gathered every Sunday at Menara Gracia, Kuningan district, South Jakarta. On 9 September 2004, a bombing took place at the Australian embassy which was located next to Menara Gracia. This incident forced JPCC to move to Senayan Trade Center at the Senayan district of South Jakarta for one year. Since October 2005, JPCC services are held in UpperRoom Jakarta, a multi-purpose venue in the Thamrin district, Central Jakarta. As the church continued to grow in size, JPCC started new services in May of 2013 at The Kasablanka, a multi-purpose venue in Kota Kasablanka Mall, Casablanca district, South Jakarta. Today, JPCC services are available at The Kasablanka in the morning and at UpperRoom Jakarta in the afternoon and evening.