Templar Church

Overseeing Clergy: Bishop Daniel Beach

Blessings on all who enter here!
This church is not a building nor even a virtual spot on the web but a fellowship hall in our hearts for all who need rest and encouragement from the battle!

Here we take courage and meld with knights of old who gave everything they had and everything they were to glorify The Lord Jesus Christ and make Him known in the world where they lived.

Rise brothers, when you leave this place, knowing God’s Grace has been shown to us in our Lord’s sacrifice and fight the GOOD FIGHT each day. Forgetting the sins of the day before, which so easily beset us…Christ calls sinners to His heaven not those who think they are perfect enough to ride with Him in His army of those clothed in white!

Those who ride with Christ have to have their garments washed in the Blood of the Lamb to make them white.
Ride in confidence!
Ride in Fellowship with all the saints who are called saints because of the Grace of the Lord!
Ride in Faith! Anything that is not of faith is sin, we read in the Bible and so ride taking the shield of faith!
Ride my brothers and Ladies of Templar…RISE and RIDE!
Ride realizing we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, who have given God Almighty praise since the world began…those who went before us and who we will meet again, in the final days.


Templar Church is a legally constituted church in the USA and is incorporated in the state of New Hampshire with Business ID: 725359 which is viewable at:   https://www.sos.nh.gov/corporate/soskb/Corp.asp?1259808.  Templar Church is a non-profit organization and all donations to Templar Church or it’s ministries are tax deductible. 

Templar Church is an ecumenical, nondenominational church representing both Protestants, Catholics and Orthodox. We are a missionary church that that works with and through your local church to spread the Gospel of Christ, We do not replace your local church, rather our Templar Missionaries work through their local church and community to spread God’s word. Our Templar Missionaries are called to fulfill Psalms 82:3-4
3 Defend the weak and the fatherless;
uphold the cause of the poor and the oppressed.
4 Rescue the weak and the needy;
deliver them from the hand of the wicked.

Templar Church owns this ministry:

We strive to provide spiritual growth for our missionary knights and aim to help them achieve their individual goals and eventually ordain them into full ministry.

Some of aspects of our church’s ministry:
1) We conduct Investiture church services with communion.
2) We provide online training in Christian doctrine and training for our Missionary Templars.
3) We conduct Bible Studies.
4) Prayer Ministry.
5) Conduct sermons and church services.
6) Ordain Missionaries.
7) We Support our Missionaries both financially and spiritually

3 Responses to About

  1. Hi, I am Rev. Gerald Shaffett, pastor of Pine Mountain Christian Church. We have been looking for a missionary group to support and during a recent meeting, the Board has decided they would like to list the Knights Templar as one of our outreach/missionary groups, seeing as the Templars have an extensive outreach program. Thus, I would like to see if we could list the Knights Templar on our website as our missionary group donation cause. Please respond back with your answer, I hope to hear from you soon. In Jesus Christ I remain, Gerald Shaffett.

  2. Casey McCullen says:

    God Bless The Knights Templar!

  3. Justin Pirrone says:

    This is wonderful! I already sent an email asking for information in joining the ministry Knights Templar organization. This is a wonderful way to get to work with Christians across denominations. I am a lifelong Christian and have been a lay priest for 20 years. I have done 4 years of seminary and performed baptisms and Communion. Do you get together so often with the members? How does Communion happen? Since part of the ministerial aspects include Communion and baptism, does this mean once joined, Templars are set apart ministers of the Gospel and can baptize and give Communion? My family and I also have a charity in our community, we work with the homeless, shelters and animal rescue as well. This sounds like a beautiful thing and I want to be part of it. Please let me know how I can do that. Thanks.

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