Awakeners Int. Church Celebrates 20th Anniversary On Sunday

Bishop Peter Kayode

The Awakeners International Church (AIC) established in 2003 will hold a song ministration service at the church premises located off Pentecost Junction, Agape Ablekuma, in Accra, to climax its 20th anniversary celebration.

The event, which is slated for Sunday November 26, is being organised to thank God for the mercies and kindness He continues to shower on the church and its members.

The week-long celebration kicked off night street evangelism which was attended by members of the church to will souls for Christ.
The founder and leader of the church, Bishop Peter Kayode, explained that the event is being organised by the church to bring Christians and gospel music lovers closer to God.

He, however, promised all those who would grace the event lots of surprises, adding that the presence of God would definitely be felt at the church on Sunday.

He emphasized that God was ready to work with everybody to move Christianity forward and also create better opportunities for everybody.

Beatwaves gathered the anniversary celebration will kick off on Wednesday November 22 with crusader and song ministration at the church premises.

It is expected to bring together hundreds of Christians, ministers of the gospel from some Christian organisations, gospel artistes as well as a section of gospel music lovers on one platform to worship and praise God.

During the Sunday ceremony, a number of personalities who have supported the growth of the including philanthropist will be honoured.
There will be live musical performances from some gospel selected artistes including The Awakeners Church Choir and Bishop Peter Kayode who performed some of his hit songs to entertain the congregation.

The event will also serve as a gospel musical platform for local artistes to display their God-given talent and also reach out to God’s children through live musical performances.

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