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Flood survivors in the Nigeria Episcopal Area are getting much needed food and other support through a $150,000 grant from the United Methodist Committee on Relief.
The sixth session of the North East Nigeria Annual Conference was held at Wudompy Charge in Karim Ecclesiastical District, under the leadership of Bishop John Wesley Yohanna.
Nearly 300 accredited clergy and laity participated in the meeting, which had the theme “And Know that I Am God,” drawing from Psalms 46:10.
Striving to spread the gospel through humanitarian assistance, the Rural Health Program of The United Methodist Church in Nigeria recently added to Jalingo United Methodist Hospital by building an accident and emergency/VIP ward to enhance services.
A partnership between the United Methodist Southern Nigeria Conference and the Beautiful Gate Handicap Center recently improved the lives of people with mobility issues.
Fifty tricycles were donated through the conference’s ministries with the disabled.
Without the bikes, people who cannot use their legs get around by dragging themselves on the ground or crawling on their knees. The tricycles allow riders to put their hands on the pedals to move the wheels.
The United Methodist Communication Nigeria Episcopal Area received training on word-press by the United Methodist Communication to use Word-Press to spread the Gospel through news of events of what is going in the church in Nigeria Episcopal Area. The training started...
The Living Faith Church and Covenant University (CU) Community Development Impact Initiative Committee (CDIIC) have donated two operational vehicles to the Nigerian Navy and Nigeria Police in Ota, Ogun State.. Story is from the By Sunday Aikulola/The Guardian