Events

SIX MINISTERS NOW CONFIRMED FOR CAMPMEETING 2013

Pastor Poju Oyemade, Senior Pastor, Covenant Christian Centre, Lagos has been confirmed as one of the speakers at this year’s Campmeeting of Christ Chapel International Churches.

Oyemade joins five other respected voices ministers of the gospel at the seven-day long conference climaxing the activities marking the 32nd Anniversary of the ministry.

Among those confirmed earlier are, Dr David Oyedepo, Presiding Bishop, Living Faith Church Worldwide, better known as Winners Chapel and Pastor Clyde Oliver, Senior Pastor, Maranatha Christian Center, Melbourne, Florida, USA.

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ONLY ONE CAMPMEETING... As CCIC Celebrates 32 Years of God’s Faithfulness

Campmeeting 2013 will hold only in Lagos, Nigeria, with delegates from all over the country and abroad. This means there shall be no campmeeting in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Calabar and Ibadan, which had in recent years hosted simultaneous conferences alongside that of Lagos.


This is in line with the celebratory nature of the annual convention as the climax of activities marking Voice of Faith Ministries’ 32nd anniversary.

According to the Chairman of the Anniversary/Campmeeting Organising Committee, Rev Mike Udonquak, arrangements have been concluded for the comfortable accommodation of the brethren in hotels and other facilities in and around the Surulere, Lagos environ where the conference will hold.

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IT WILL SOON CHANGE...CCIC’s Message to the Nation

Christ Chapel International Churches has assured Nigerians that things will return to the peaceful state it was when you could go about your activities at any time of the day or night without fear - if we pray.

Speaking in an interview at the media launch of the church’s 32nd Anniversary and Annual Campmeeting Rev Dan Ibekwe, chairman of the Church’s Advisory Council was responding to a question on the recent kidnap of Archbishop Ignatius Kattey, Dean of the Anglican Communion in Nigeria. 

Ibekwe, who represented the church’s Senior/Founding Pastor, Rev Dr Tunde Joda, at the launch, said it was lamentable that kidnappers no longer respected men of God.

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