Saturday, December 12, 2015

Godman Akinlabi's Elevation Church moves to new site in Lagos

Godman Akinlabi's The Elevation Church will be worshipping at its new site - The Pistis Centre - today, 13th of December 2015.

The Pistis centre is located beside KFA Event Centre, Between 4th and 5th Roundabout, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lekki, Lagos.

Cobhams will be ministering at the service today

According to the church,

The Elevation church journey began 5 years ago on the 10th of October 2010. In the early days, services were held at Magnolia hall, City Mall, Onikan, Lagos. Within a year, we moved into the PISITS centre located at No 3 Remi Olowude Way, By 2nd Lekki Roundabout, Oniru, Lekki, with crowd capacity of 750. 

In the course of 4 years, we have grown in leaps and bounds. To ensure adequate accommodation as a result of this growth, we increased number of service to four services. Still it became clear that we were bursting at the seams. To remedy this, we made plans to relocate to the New Pistis Centre!

Located at Elevation Drive, Beside KFA Event Center, Between 4th & 5th Roundabout, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lekki, Lagos, the sprung structure at the New Pistis Centre stands at 14.6 meters high, 67.8 meters long and an impressive width of 36.5 meters. With architectural aesthetics of a spaceship, the sprung structure also houses our junior church, and the main auditorium is built to accommodate a crowd capacity of 1,750. The structure is thermally and acoustically insulated to minimize noise transfer and maintain balance temperature.

At the PISTIS centre, there is room for everyone including our cars as it comes with ample parking space. Also at the New Pistis, the younger church members are catered for with a fantastic junior church equipped with tools needed for proper teaching and engagement of our teens and kids.

An increased capacity invariably translates to more community impact and wider reach in spreading the saving news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

There is so much more we could share about our New Pistis Centre, but it is better experienced.

We invite you to get ready with us as we move. We intend to leave no man behind. Join us.


New Music: Gbenga Adenuga – Oluwa Is In Control (Prod. DJ Coublon)

“Ahead of his forthcoming Bi monthly free concert at the Muson Centre, Onikan Lagos, on the 13th of December 2015, Sensational singer, Gbenga Adenuga has come through with a sweet, melodious and banging song “OLUWA IS IN CONTROL” (I CAN’T COME AND DIE) for lovers of good music worldwide.

The song produced by the award winning DJ Coublon is arguably one of the best songs you would hear this season. It is a song of hope, a song for your celebrations, thanksgiving and that which you would sing at karaoke day in day out.

It is an amazing song released for your listening pleasure.

Meanwhile, you can join Gbenga Adenuga and others as he will be performing the song live on stage for the first time come tomorrow Sunday, the 13th of Dec, 2015 at the Shell Hall of the Muson Centre, Onikan Lagos. It will be the last episode of his Bi monthly “Worshipways with Gbenga Adenuga (WWGA).

WorshipWays #WWGA with Gbenga Adenuga has gradually become the fastest growing family concert series in Lagos; it is one concert series that takes children into consideration. So if you’ve got kids, please bring them along.

Admission is FREE, but REGISTRATION is required. Register here event starts by 5pm.”

Kidnappers reduce ransom to N20million for African Bishop and wife

Rt. Rev Gabriel Adebanjo and wife, Dorcas
Kidnappers of Rt. Rev Gabriel Adebanjo, the Bishop of the Lagos Central Diocese of the African Church and his wife have reduced the ransom to N20 million. They had started at N100 million.

The couple was kidnapped in Delta State five days ago when they went to Warri for an adult harvest programme which was supposed to hold the day after they were kidnapped.

The Bishop's driver was shot in the Kidnap process but he has since been stabilised and the bullets have been removed.

According to the church spokesman Chief Femi Adetona, “We are still negotiating. They did not give us opportunity to speak with the bishop. We have mandated our members at Warri to continue the negotiation with them since they would understand their language better. But they give us regular updates as things unfold.”

According to a reprot in a newspaper, Saturday PUNCH, When the bishop took off from Lagos, he would have gone by flight but had to go to Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, to pick his wife where she works and they decided to go by road.


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