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Church of the Holy Family: What current Blackbird Leys church will behold worship

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PLANS for a brand current church are being effect in space after it changed into determined last week that the sizzling, Grade-II listed church, would be demolished. The long-established church, in-constructed 1965, changed into listed as a grade II building attributable to its odd heart-shaped notion and uncommon hyperbolic paraboloid roof - nonetheless, this roof had been leaking extensively and changed into living to cost over £1.5 million to restore. Church of the Holy Family Graphic Learn right here: Grade-II listed Blackbird Leys church to be demolished and rebuilt Now, current graphics of what the present church will behold worship were published. The church ought to be in-constructed two years. Besides to a brand current church, the accre...
Oyedepo’s Church, Residing Religion To Employ N160 Billion On New 100,000-Seater Auditorium

Oyedepo’s Church, Residing Religion To Employ N160 Billion On New 100,000-Seater Auditorium

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The Residing Religion Church based by Bishop David Oyedepo is to utilize over N160 billion to build its 100,000-seater auditorium, identified as ‘The Ark.’The groundbreaking ceremony for The Ark became implemented by Bishop Oyedepo in March 2021. Per reports, N45 billion has already been launched for the mission out of the N160 billion earmarked for it. Thus, the mission has already kicked off and to be achieved in three years. First announced in late 2015 as the “Religion Theatre”, the 100,000 seats stadium-love mission has now been formally renamed as “The Ark”, unveiled on the church earlier final Month. Sited on about 1,000 hectares of land (the living of the stale Religion Academy compound), contained in the gigantic premises of the hot church constructing, the Ark will partic...

AME church to boycott Coca-Cola, other companies unless they attain more to fight Georgia election regulation

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(RNS) — The African Methodist Episcopal Church and leaders of other predominantly Shaded Christian groups are threatening to boycott national companies primarily primarily based in Georgia that, the church leaders speak, did now not attain ample to discontinue the passage of a controversial elections regulation in the converse. “We won't and can mute no longer enhance the companies that attain no longer enhance us in our fight to solid our ballots and exercise our freedom,” Bishop Reginald T. Jackson, who heads the African Methodist Episcopal Church’s sixth District of Georgia, mentioned at a press convention on Thursday (April 1), according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. He demanded companies “commit and act” to fight the regulation, pronouncing he and others will reject the c...