Hospitality and Welfare
Hospitality has been defined as “Friendly and liberal reception of guests or strangers.” This is the hallmark of our worship meetings. Our trained ushers and usherettes show courtesy to visitors and strangers. We treat all of our visitors with love and acceptance. More than this, our hospitality is extended beyond showing courtesy to our visitors. We, as a Christian organisation, are committed to taking care of our registered and committed members through our welfare department. The care we render depends on the needs of individuals. We also engage in what is usually referred to as social action. We do not allow the “four walls” of our organisation to blind us to see the numerous physical and spiritual needs in our society. Our involvement in social action includes rendering spiritual and physical assistance to individuals regardless of age, race, colour, social status, and religious affiliation. We welcome and embrace all alike as our Lord would if He was still physically on earth. We demonstrate this social action by visiting the elderly and disabled, holding counselling sections to address various spiritual and social ills, helping with and sending material assistance to those in need, both at home and abroad, and by assisting missionary societies to fulfil their God-given mission.
To know more about all we do in these respects, or to assist us in whatever way possible to assist others, please get in touch with us through telephone or by email.
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