A ministry dedicated to serving the Hispanic and Spanish-speaking communities of Riverside and its surrounding cities, Cosecha is located on Magnolia Avenue between Sherman Indian High School and Chemawa Middle School. This campus offers live worship and a message in Spanish from Pastor Nino Madrigal.
8880 Magnolia Avenue, Riverside CA, 92503
Frequently Asked Questions
What's available for my children?
The Children’s Ministry is available for infant through fifth grade children during all Sunday and Wednesday services. All teaching is age-appropriate and in English. For information about the Children’s Ministry program, contact our main office at (951) 687-7843.
Where do my junior high students go?
Our Jr. High Ministry is for sixth through eighth graders and meets during all Sunday morning and Wednesday evening services. Live worship by our Jr. High Band and Bible teaching are in English.
Where do I take my children for Sunday morning and Wednesday services?
The Children’s Ministry is located in Building 2. Our staff will be blessed to help you find your child’s classroom. Junior high meets in our Administrative Building.
What do I do if I have a special-needs child or nursing infant?
If you have a special-needs child, please check with the Children’s Ministry Office to find out what options are available to you. Family seating is also available for all of our services in the Sanctuary. Our ushers will be blessed to help you and your family find seating.
Where do I park?
The driveway to our parking lot can be found on the eastbound side of Magnolia Avenue. In addition, we are able to use the parking lot at Chemawa Middle School for overflow. We are also able to park at Springs Charter School (which is directly across the street from Chemawa).
How do I dress?
We invite you to dress casually and comfortably. You’ll fit right in. After all, the Bible tells us that God is more concerned with our hearts than He is with how we dress or look (1 Samuel 16:7).
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