WINNERS’ CHAPEL last Sunday marked its 10 th anniversary with thanksgiving service at all branches across the country.
The event also coincided with the introduction of the church’s anniversary cloth.
At the Madina City branch, the Senior Pastor, Isaac Gyeke Darko, asked members to forgive one another and live together in peace.
‘God who has made the heavens and the earth is still with us and would watch over us as we grow from strength to strength,’ he told the joyous congregation.
Dancing, praisesinging, cake cutting and popping of Champaign took greater part of the day’s activities.
The President of the Women’s Fellowship, Madam Mawuse Dadzo, praised the women for closing their shops on the day of the celebration and coming together to pray fervently.
On June 2, 2004, there was ‘simultaneous uprising’ by a section of Winners’ Chapel International, who claimed they were fed up with the administration of Bishop David Oyedepo. They insisted they wanted to be independent.
Today Winners’ Chapel Ghana is ten years old under the leadership of Bishop George Adjeiman, with many branches across the length and breadth of the country.
BY Frank Muzzu
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