Christ Citadel International Church (CIC) will hold a four day Holy Spirit led gospel bonanza at its Nottingham prayer house in United Kingdom, the organisers have announced.
Under the theme, “that time of refreshing,” the spiritual Annual Summit windfall, which has attracted international speakers from Malawi, UK, Zimbabwe and among others, and congregants across the UK will run from August 6th to 9th 2015.
Speaking to Nyasa Times, the National Overseer of the church in UK, Senior Pastor Dinga Penda Mjojo said the meeting, apart from refreshing and healing wounded souls will address and minister to people experiencing all sorts of challenges.
“Through teaching, people will be encouraged and reinvigorated to return to the Lord where they will find refuge,” said Senior Pastor Mjojo.
“It appears that in this modern world, through issues of human rights, Christians are having their beliefs challenged,” added the man of God.
The pastor explained that the current ongoing global economic crisis is adversely affecting Christians and he emphasized that the meeting is premeditated to encourage and hearten them to put their trust in God.
“The convention seeks to show and attest beyond measure that God is real and that even though the world is changing, the Almighty God is the same and will not change,” said Pastor Mjojo.
One of the church members from Derby, Joyce Kanchowa, who said the meeting, will offer Christians of all denominations a time to reflect and renew their covenant with God.
According to the programme made available to Nyasa Times, there will be workshops for married couples, singles, widows and widowers and those seeking life partners. Powerful praise and worship from the youth, men’s, women’s and children ministries of CIC Nottingham and Southend (Essex) branches.
His Grace the Right Reverend Bishop Dr Joseph Addo Ansah, the General Overseer, Rev. Anaman the National Overseer of CIC Zimbabwe and Reverend Kamanga, the General Secretary for CIC Lilongwe Malawi will lead the convention.
Christ Citadel International church was started by Reverend Dr Ansah in London in August 1996 and in 1998 it started community transformation in in the Hyson Green Area of Nottingham, culminating to the opening of a fully-fledged branch.
Christ-Citadel International formerly The Church of Rama International, started in Asylum Down, an Accra suburb in Ghana, on 21 October 1978 through the human instrument of the late illustrious leader, Prophet Anthony Asirifi Appiah.
Prophet Appiah, a man of prayer, was mightily used of God with signs and wonders following his preaching and prophetic teaching of the Word of God.
The church, whose mission is to bring people to Christ, and make them successful and relevant Christians, has branches in United States, Ghana, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia, Togo, Lesotho, Mozambique, Zambian and Malawi.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :