The much-anticipated dedication of the Bishop’s Court, a multi-purpose facility built by the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, has been fixed for Thursday, February 25th, 2016 in Lagos.
Following extensive consultation with members of the National Advisory Council and the National Executive Council, the the PFN under the leadership of its President, Rev. Dr. Felix Omobude, chose the day as one to officially and prayerfully open the doors of the multi-million Naira building for its use.
The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria, which had opted, in line with the sobre mood of the nation, to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of its birth without pomp and ceremony, is applying same principle to the dedication of the facility.
The National Executive Council of the PFN is immensely grateful to God for the vision he gave to the previous Executive that started the project, and all the members who generously pooled resources together and sacrificially contributed towards the the completion of the project.
Rev. Dr. Omobude, on assumption of office as the President of the PFN, had not only expressed his determination to ensure the completion of the project, but promised to dedicate the fund raised for the project exclusively for the realisation of the objective. The completion of the project, he says, is a testimony to the unalloyed co-operation his team has continued to receive from the leadership and membership of the Fellowship.
The dedication ceremony scheduled to start at 11 a.m. is expected to be witnessed by all Leaders of the Pentecostal community in Nigeria, top government functionaries and Diplomatic community, will also feature a National Stakeholders Summit and Awards Ceremony, with select Nigerians who have contributed to the development of Christianity in Nigeria and the nation recognised.
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