Thursday, January 17, 2019

I of Owerri, Year of Divine Expansion.

The Anglican Bishop of Owerri, the Rt. Revd. Chukwuma Chinekezi Oparah Ph. D, JP, has declared 2019 as a Year of Divine Expansion.

Monday, December 31, 2018

Don't forget all the good things God has done for you... Bishop Otti. ... As Bishop Chukwuma Chinekezi Oparah holds thanksgiving.

By Uzuegbu Ifeanyi.
Photo credit: Abraham Ovwonuri, Rev. Fortune Orji, Chimuanya Ihenacho.

Christians have been urged never to forget all that the Lord has done for them and return praise to him so that in turn, they will receive more strength from the Lord.

Monday, December 10, 2018

Love: The Heartbeat of God Says Mama Owerri. As Diocesan Women's Guild conference comes to an end

President, Women's Ministries, Diocese of Owerri, Mrs. Chidiebere Oparah has noted that love is the character and heartbeat of God, thus, enjoining everyone to show love for God and their neighbours. 

Friday, November 23, 2018

Profile of Bishop Chukwuma Chinekezi Oparah PhD

Rt. Rev. Chukwuma & Mrs. Chidiebere Oparah PhD

Fourth Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Owerri

Rt. Revd Chukwuma Chinekezi Oparah, PhD, JP hails from Dimoma Obuzi, Amankuta Mbieri in  Mbaitoli L.G.A Imo State. He was born on 26th October, 1969 into the family of Sir Felix Uzoamaka Oparah and Mrs. Justina Ugochi Oparah (Nee Mba Onyeji of Ubakuru Mbieri) as the first of the family.

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

You are Important, says Bishop Chukwuma Oparah, PhD... as he unveil his vision for the Diocese

The newly consecrated Bishop of the Diocese of Owerri, Rt. Rev. Chukwuma Oparah, PhD,  has declared that everyone is important in the church of God and as such, serve God Faithfully.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

St. Peter’s Ang. Church, Irete gives free Medi care to members

Cross section of the people. 

The members of St. Peter’s Ang. Church, Irete Area were all joyful as they participated in a one day medical outreach organized by the Church for her members and others on Sunday 21st, October, 2018.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Church is not a business - It’s a family By Mark Wood

Mike Pilavachi is between Soul Survivor weeks. The youth-oriented holiday conferences - due to come to a natural conclusion next year - have had a huge impact on British Christianity over the 25 years they've been running, and this year is no exception. After two weeks, one in Kinross and one in Stafford, he says: 'So far it's been wonderful. Over 480 young people have given their lives to Jesus and we've had great feedback - there's .been a real sense of community, a real sense of family.'