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Bishop Olumakaiye Expresses Hope And Fearlessness As Christians Celebrate Good Friday Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic

Even as the globally dreaded COVID – 19 keeps trembling nations by its near-invincible spread, Bishop Humphrey B. Olumakaiye (Ph.D.) the Diocesan and Missioner, Diocese of Lagos has admonished the Church and, indeed the world not to panic nor lose faith over the battle against the pandemic. He gave the admonition in his message this...

COVID-19: Lagos Diocese Donates Relief Materials And Medical Items To Lagos State Government

The Diocese of Lagos Church of Nigeria(Anglican Communion) under its diocesan, Rt. Rev'd Humphrey B. Olumakaiye has donated a relief materials, medical and a sum of N5m as part of its support to the Lagos State Government in its fight to contain the globally ravaging effect of Coronavirus on the residents of the state...

COVID-19: Diocese of Lagos West Donate Materials and Money To Lagos State

The Bishop and Diocesan of Lagos West, Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion The Rt. Rev'd JJames O. Odedeji on behalf of the Diocese has made a donation of materials worth more than N5 million and undisclosed sum of money in support of the fight against Coronavirus pandemic in Lagos state. The items were delivered by...

Put Your Trust in God, COVID-19 Will Soon Be Over- Bishop Olumakaiye

The Bishop, Anglican Diocese of Lagos, Rt. Rev. Humphrey Olumakaiye, on Sunday, urged Nigerians to trust in God, as the Coronavirus would pass away. Olumakaiye gave the assurance in his message to the nation on Palm Sunday, which was made available to the Nigeria News Agency in a statement in Lagos. According to him, God is a refuge and strength, always...

COVID-19: Primate Ndukuba Charges Christians To Stay Home And Rebuild Their Family Altars

BY NGOZI ADIGHIBE “In times like this, hold your peace and look up to the Lord.” This was the submission of the Primate of All Nigeria, Anglican Communion, the Most Rev’d Henry C. Ndukuba as he addressed the Church on the approach to take regarding the coronavirus pandemic. Primate Ndukuba acknowledged that the virus is a...

Victory Is Assured Hossanah! – Ven Princewill Ireoba

Palm Sunday is the commemoration of the Triumphal Entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem. The Triumphal Entry marks the beginning of the Holy Week which culminates in Easter. As the event is reported in the Gospel: “They brought the donkey and the colt, placed their cloaks on them, and Jesus sat on them. A...

Nothing Like Orthodox Anglican Church International In Nigeria – CoN

The attention of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) has been drawn to some publications in the social and other media by the Orthodox Anglican Church International and the following: 1. Rt Rev’d Christopher Umane – Archbishop 2. Rt Rev’d Adewumi – Bishop of Ogun Diocese 3. Rt Rev’d Solomon Omorege – Bishop of Edo Central Diocese 4....

Solemn Day Of Prayer & Fasting

His Grace, the Primate of All Nigeria and the Bishop of Abuja has directed that tomorrow Wednesday April 1, 2020 be observed as a special Solemn Day of Prayer and Fasting . The Primate encourages everyone to seek the face of God through prayer and fasting that God will deliver us from COVID-19 pandemic....

COVID-19: Primate Ndukuba Reassures The Church Of God’s Protection

In the spate of the coronavirus pandemic and with the rising fears of a probable lockdown in certain cities in Nigeria, the New Primate of the Anglican Church in Nigeria, the Most Rev'd Henry C. Ndukuba has charged Christians to remember that God remains God. The Primate encouraged Christians to look up to God in...

Bishop Seely Speaks on Walking in Unity Rather Than Isolation

A newly consecrated Suffragan Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the west Cana, the Rt. Rev. Scott Seely has said that walking in unity is towards the unification of the Church and its purpose, is to reach out to the world through the gospel of the lord Jesus Christ. The Bishop made this known in...

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