Church of the Risen King AG

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301 Nicholson Road, Gloucester City, NJ 08030


Pleasing God by acknowledging who He is, believing what His Word says and doing what He commissions the Church to do.

Exalting God through praise and worship, bringing the whole congregation to His presence.

Obeying God by applying His Word in our daily lives.

Prioritizing God by emphasizing prayers in everything, both individually and corporately.

Loving God and leading people to Biblical teachings, assimilating them in cell groups.

Educating the Church through discipleship trainings and leadership seminars, so as to equip every member in their ministries, spiritual gifts and callings.

  • The Scriptures are Inspired by God
  • There is only One True God
  • In the Deity of the Lord Jesus Christ
  • Man Willingly Fell to Sin
  • Every Person Can Have Restored Fellowship with God Through 'Salvation'
  • The Two Ordinances (1) Water Baptism by Immersion, and (2) Holy Communion (the Lord's Supper)
  • The Baptism in the Holy Spirit is a Special Experience Following Salvation
  • The Initial Physical Evidence of the Baptism in the Holy Spirit is ‘Speaking in Tongues’
  • Sanctification Initially Occurs at Salvation
  • The Church has a Mission
  • A Divinely Called and Scripturally Ordained Leadership Ministry Serves the Church
  • Divine Healing of the Sick is a Privilege for Christians Today
  • The Blessed Hope When Jesus Raptures His Church Prior to His Return to Earth
  • The Millennial Reign of Christ
  • The Final Judgment Will Take Place
  • The New Heaven and the New Earth
To lead individuals to Jesus and to nurture them to spiritual maturity for God's glory.
To become a multi-ethnic congregation with a h​eart for mission.
          It was 1994 when Rev. Danilo Quijano of El Shaddai Assembly of God in Morristown, NJ was inspired by God to petition Rev. Julthon Jordan from the Philippines to pioneer an Ethnic Church in West Central Section of New Jersey. After visiting Cherry Hill, NJ, Rev. Jordan contacted some Christians within the area who were willing to carry out God's plan of establishing a church. The Lord also provided a place for free in Kingsway Assembly of God, headed at that time by Rev. Fred Chilton.

          With no prior service, cell group or any Bible study session, the first service was inaugurated in July of the same year. The Church was registered as Filipinos for Jesus Fellowship Assembly of God. From then, young people of El Shaddai Assembly of God supported Rev. Jordan to travel one and a half hours one way every Tuesday night. Although the Church was not that much exposed because services were held at the Church's basement, people started to come and were saved, baptized in the Spirit and trained for different ministries. After two years, the Church started its Sunday Service and adjusted the time three times to accommodate all the attendees and avoid overlapping with the Kingsway Church service. It was also the time when Rev. Jordan moved down to the south for good and sacrificed his status with his late wife, Emelyn Jordan, who stayed in north Jersey for a few months.  Rev. Jordan is survived bytwo sons, Josiah and Jared.
          With all the struggles and hardships Rev. Jordan and the Church experienced, it moved on by grace for five years. Worship team was established as well as different ministries like Men's Ministry and Women's Ministry, Sunday School for kids, cell groups and different evangelistic efforts.

          On its seventh year, a Church building in Gloucester City, NJ was purchased where all services are now being held. It was the time the Church's name was changed to Church of the Risen King (CRK) Assembly of God, taking the exclusive ethnic approach out. Currently, the Church is focusing on winning, consolidating, discipling and sending people to fulfill the Great Commission. Since then, the Lord has graciously been blessing the Church with people from different ethnic groups. Ministries continue to grow and now the Church can accommodate people of all ages, colors and status.

          Rev. Jordan remarried on March 8, 2014 to Anna  Edith Cometa.  Together, they share the vision of intentional discipleship.
Pastor Julthon Jordan
          Julthon M. Jordan is the pioneering pastor of the Church of the Risen King (CRK) Assembly of God established in July of 1994.

          A University of Santo Tomas graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology in Manila, Philippines, Jordan left his profession as licensed Medical Technologist to serve in different ministries -- from a musician, song leader, children's teacher, adult Sunday School teacher, cell leader, Prayer Warrior leader, Men's President, Preacher to Youth Pastor.
Ordained in the Philippines in 1989, he believed God has called him to establish a church in USA. After taking pastoral courses in Berean University, Springfield, MO, Jordan pursued in pastoral ministry and is currently an Ordained Minister under the Assemblies of God. 

          He is presently the Senior Pastor of the Church of the Risen King Assembly of God, with strong emphasis in his ministry towards soul-winning, consolidating, disciplemaking, and sending together with his wife, Anna Edith Cometa Jordan.
Pastor Erick Paras
Associate Pastor