Sunday, February 25, 2024

Jubilation galore as SCOAN holds 2023 thanksgiving service in grand style

It was jubilation galore on Sunday as members of the Synagogue Church of All Nations, including well-wishers across the globe gathered to celebrate God’s faithfulness and grace upon the church at the 2nd thanksgiving anniversary.

The event was to commemorate the reopening of the ministry after the glorious passing of its founder, TB JOSHUA on June 5, 2021 and to celebrate the great and mighty works of God still heralding the ministry under the new leadership of Pastor Evelyn Joshua.

The colourful event witnessed a huge turnout of members, well-wishers, guest artistes and invited guests from all over the world with an array of kaleidoscopes of group members in scintillating colours of different attires.

The elated Evelyn Joshua, cladded in a simple but elegant pink attire in her speech, expressed gratitude to God, ministers and members of the church who have stayed with the church even in the time of challenges.

She promised that the church’s new administration would continually strive to preserve the legacy of the church’s founder, Prophet TB Joshua.

“The legacy of Prophet TB Joshua shall live forever,” she said.

Quoting from the book of Psalm 107:1 Pastor Joshua enjoined the people to give thanks to God “for He is good and His mercy endureth forever.”

She also expressed profound gratitude to Emmanuel TV partners for their unquantifiable support.

Highlighting various activities undertaken by the SCOAN in the year, Pastor Joshua mentioned special meetings at The Prayer Mountain, outreaches in Ghana, Spain, Zambia and Kenya, and numerous charity events in Spain, Turkey, Malawi, Ukraine, Kenya and other parts of the world.

The woman of God also commended the different groups in the church for their faithfulness and steadfastness making the church to continue to move forward in God’s grace.

High profile gospel artiste Christina Shusho from Tanzania performed at The SCOAN Shusho sang beautifully in Swahili language the popular southern and east African tongue to the excitement of the mammoth overflowing audience.

Guest artiste, Akintayo Akinwande, performed a medley of Nigerian praise songs while SCOAN youth deployed choreography to offer a dance offering to God and to illustrate a message by Prophet TB Joshua.

The congregants also watched clips highlighting God’s goodness in various amazing dimensions.

De crème de la crème from all walks of life including Bishop Michael Fleming of Church On The Street, a charity based in the United Kingdom graced the earth-shaking thanksgiving service.

Foreign visitors from all over the world, different groups of the church danced to the altar with their thanksgiving offering as the SCOAN chorister sang like never before.

All those who attended the service were richly blessed and filled with joy.

The church has continued to wax stronger under the leadership of Pastor Evelyn Joshua.

Popular Articles