Inter-Centre Games Competition

Venue: Surulere centre auditorium : Okanlawon Ajayi Street, Surulere
Date: 5th of October 2013

Centres will holding their sports and games in-house competitions . Winners will fly their centre’s flag at the event holding at the Surulere centre auditorium at Okanlawon Ajayi Street in Lagos next Saturday.

Among the games planned for the competition are Table Tennis, Scrabble, Monopoly, Cards and Whot. Others include Ayo, Chess, Ludo, Ten Ten, Skipping.

  • Preliminaries of all the games should be held at Worship Centre level and qualifiers will play the finals in Surulere.
  • Draws will be done on Worship Centre basis.
  • Rules for individual games to apply in each case.
  • Winners will then emerge from the games.
  • There will be gifts presentations.
  • Worship Centres should kindly agree with some members to bring food and drinks for the love feast.


The CCIC Walk for Christ scheduled for Saturday October 5 will take off from the car park opposite the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos at 7am.

The walkers for Christ will be divided into two groups passing through two different routes.


ROUTE ONE : One party will go from National Stadium through Iponri, Bode Thomas Street to Census area and end at CCIC, Surulere Centre at Okanlawon Ajayi Street, Off Masha Street through Adelabu Street.

ROUTE TWO : The other group, which will also take off from the National Stadium, will navigate through Ojuelegba, Itire Road, Ogunlana Drive and Akerele Road, ending at the same CCIC Surulere centre.


Port Harcourt centres set for Campmeeting in lagos

CCIC Centres in Port Harcourt, Rivers State are set to storm Lagos for the Church's 32nd Anniversary Celebration and Campmeeting 2013.

Speaking to Campmeeting Chronicle the Coordinating Pastor of the zone, Rev Dr Phillip Okerentugba said 140 persons are on the official contingent. The party, which will be departing the Garden City on Sunday October 13, does not include scores of others who have made private arrangements to be at the landmark event. Also speaking on the arrangements, pastor of one the six centres, D-Line Centre, Rev Tony Obi intimated CC that Port Harcourt Centres are sensitising people in their environment for the event through billboards, posters, flyers, and radio jingles on Faith for Now weekly radio broadcast. This is with a view to encouraging non- Chapelites to share in the blessing that the event offers by attending in Lagos or joining online. Three of the centres, Shiloh, D-line and Jubilee are perfecting arrangements to receive live-streamed transmissions on big screen throughout the seven-day programme.