Kenyan Anglican Bishop Joel Waweru Launches Church in US (PHOTOS|VIDEOS)

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Kenyan Anglican Bishop Joel Waweru Launches Church in US (PHOTOS|VIDEOS)

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Kenyan Anglican Bishop Joel Waweru Launches Church in US (PHOTOS|VIDEOS)

Kenyan Anglican Bishop Joel Waweru accompanied by his wife Mrs Tabitha Waweru from the Nairobi Dioceses officially launched the Church of All Nations  located on 235 Park Street,North Reading,Massachusetts 

The colorful ceremony was held last Sunday July 15th 2018 and was  witnessed by many in attendance,friends and families and  included various pastors from New England and beyond.

A special thanks to all who stood with us with prayer,provision and their time during the successful launch of the Church of al Nations Reading,Massachusetts

Pastors who graced the occasion were

  • Bishop Joseph Kalema
  • Cannon Paul Mwaniki
  • Rev. Peter Kiama
  • Rev. Samuel Kimohu
  • Rev. Jane Gakii
  • Rev. Evans Irungu
  • Rev. Joseph Njuguna
  • Rev. Peter Gachathi
  • Rev. Zac Njogu Kinyua
  • Rev. John Njoroge
  • Pastor Peter Maina
  • Pastor Charles Karanja
  • Pastor Denmarc Jovin
  • Pastor Jovin Mrs
  • Pastor Massua Rev
  • Pastor Massua Mrs

Various Kenyan Gospel artists ministered powerfully with music.

Pastor of  Church of All Nations North Reading  Rev. Johnson Irungu and wife Cecelia Irungu welcomed all visitors and made all to feel at home and offered a sumptuous meal after the ceremony.

Rev Johnson Irungu gave a highlight speech rom the inception,growth and spiritual development of the Church of All Nations North Reading,MA.

Praise the Lord, I thank the Lord for His great doing; He has been so generous to us the Church of All Nations in a great way, He also continued to lift us from one glory to another and His favor upon us has gone up beyond our expectations. God has blessed us so much that the growth of our Church is noticeable by many because where we started is not where we are now. We started with three members and now we have grown in great way.   Praise the Lord.

When the call to start a Church came in me, it kept ringing in my heart. “Plant a fruit tree even if fruits will be eaten by other people, you’ll save so many lives in future.” Yes, I know fruits tree takes so many years to grow and to produce the first fruit and especially if you take an example of a mango tree or ovacando tree, they take long time to grow but when it grows up and starts producing fruits it becomes so big that people use it in so many ways, especially when the sun is too hot people can also use it as place to rest from the heat, people can feed from the fruits, people sell those fruits and live on them as their source of income. And so many other benefits from the same fruit tree.    (Matthew 13:31-32) 31 Jesus told them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his field. 32 Though it is the smallest of all seeds, yet when it grows, it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds come and perch in its branches.”

In future Church of All Nations will be a help to many people                                                                    

In future Church of All Nations Will rescue many people                                                                              

In Future Church of All Nations will be a blessing to many people                                                               

In future Church of All Nations will lead people to the kingdom of God                                                    

In future Church of all Nations will feed many people                                                                                   

In future People will build their nest in Church of All Nations                                                                                                   

  In future People will seek refuge from Church of All Nations and,                                                               

In future People also will trust Church of All Nations

Hey, you are also welcome to build your nest within Church of All Nations,North Reading Massachusetts

Growth

This Church holds youth activities twice a year and the participants comes from so many nationalities. I’m also happy to inform you that we are so blessed that we always

get very anointed speakers.  Praise the Lord.

We also do women seminars geared by Pastor Skaina

I’m also happy to inform you that two members of this Church got ordained, Rev. Johnson Irungu and Pastor Skaina Mindron, praise the Lord for this yet another part of growth, we also had two of our members confirmed. 

Way Forward 

Church of All Nations is so committed to serve all people and so our mission and our goal is to preach the word of God to all nations. 

Jesus commissioned his disciples and said to them “Go ye therefore, and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them into the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit: teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I commanded you: and lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world” (Matthew 28:19-20)

We have been getting invited to go and present songs by our other friend Churches and this have been very successful.

Looking forward into our projection, is to work for God more than ever before and offer ourselves together with our families like Joshua said.” As for me and my house we’ll serve the Lord.” (Joshua 24:17)

May God bless each one of us as we continue devoting ourselves to do the work of who called us, “The Almighty God King of Glory.”

God bless you all

Rev. Johnson Irungu  Pastor Church of All Nations

235 Park Street North Reading Massachusetts

 

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Kenyan Anglican Bishop Joel Waweru Launches Church in US (PHOTOS|VIDEOS) Reviewed by on July 21, 2018 .

Kenyan Anglican Bishop Joel Waweru Launches Church in US (PHOTOS|VIDEOS) Kenyan Anglican Bishop Joel Waweru accompanied by his wife Mrs Tabitha Waweru from the Nairobi Dioceses officially launched the Church of All Nations  located on 235 Park Street,North Reading,Massachusetts  The colorful ceremony was held last Sunday July 15th 2018 and was  witnessed by many in attendance,friends and

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