Our doctrine and beliefs comes from the studying we have done over many years of the bible. Some topics include: The Names of Yahweh and Yahshua, The Sabbath, The Dietary Law, The Sacred Feasts, The Veil, and more. To view our entire doctrine click here


Yahweh spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to the children of Israel and tell them: The solemn feasts of Yahweh, which you will proclaim as holy convocations, will be these. The Seventh Day will be a holy convocation, no work will you do; Sabbath day is yahweh’s wherever you live (Leviticus 23:3). These feasts were instituted not by any man but by the same Yahweh so that his people may present themselves to Him in holy convocation. To learn more about our feasts click here.


In 1985, Min. Laguna made a profession of faith in the Shalom Temple where he began to work in different areas of the congregation. Among them: Youth Teacher, Secretary, President of the Local Board and Assistant Pastor. It was in the Shalom Temple that his first pastorate began. He had the privilege of inaugurating the temple in 1992.
In 1988 he became part of the Executive Council of the District and of the International General Council, in which he remained until 2011. He has held the positions of District Treasurer from 1988 to 1996 and in the current quadrennium from 2016 to 2019. From 2004 to 2011 he was the International President of the Council. As part of his responsibilities he supervised the works in Puerto Rico, the United States, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Argentina and Peru. He has been a pastor in Middletown, NY, Newark, NJ, where he was a pastor in 2010 until the beginning of 2017, and in Paterson where he has been a pastor for three times, and where he currently shepherds.
In 1989 he married Luz Ivette Santana, they have three children: Kylene Gonzalez, GianCarlo and Deborah Laguna. They are soon to celebrate 30 years of happy marriage. He has distinguished himself within the congregation as leader, administrator, pastor, teacher and lecturer. His desire is to learn more each day of the Word of Yahweh, to live what he has learned and believed and to be able to transmit to others what he has learned.