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PCEA Neema Church Building Dedicated to God

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(Center) PCEA Moderator Rt. Rev. Julius Guantai Mwamba (Right) Rev. Dr. Karimi Mumbui, founding minister of the PCEA Neema Church dedicate building to God. (Center) PCEA Moderator Rt. Rev. Julius Guantai Mwamba (Right) Rev. Dr. Karimi Mumbui, founding minister of the PCEA Neema Church dedicate building to God.

Moderator Rt Rev Julius Guantai Mwamba dedicated the building at 201 Coburn Street, Lowell, Massachusetts to become a house of God. After dedication he unveiled the sign the dedication sign that read, “For the glory of God, this building was dedicated by the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church if East Africa, 21st General Assembly Rt. Rev. Julius Guantai Mwamba assisted by the Rev. Dr. Karimi Mumbui, founding minister of the PCEA Neema Church on May 28th, 2017 to be a place of worship. ‘For no other foundation can anyone lay than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ.’ (1 Cor. 3:11 – RSV)”

The moderator received the church keys and accepted the church as a building for prayer that is now part of the PCEA church. He told the members of the Church that as of that moment the Church was now a house of God. The moderator visiting from Kenya brought greetings from Kenya.

PCEA Neema Church was started in March 2014 and has become the biggest Kenyan church in the Boston region. Over 500 persons turned for the dedication ceremony. 

The moderator, Rt. Rev. Mwamba informed the PCEA members that the PCEA has 3.5 million members and the target is to reach 5 million in. He thanked PCEA Neema 300 persons who were able to raise and donate 16 million toward the work PCEA church in East Africa. He asked PCEA Neema church members to continue to support the work of the church in Africa where the church is growing.

The moderator informed the PCEA Neema church members that the Church continues to advance education through the PCEA University. He asked the members to support the university.

The Moderator preached a sermon that was based on Jacob and the book based on Genesis 28. He preached that if someone was to write his experience one would have written something. He preached that Jacob saw a ladder and had a connection with God. He preached that the building it is not about an individual it is about God.

Preaching he asked, “If God brought you here isn't he a God.” He preached that the congregation stays with God and each person to give their heart and mind to the will of God.

The moderator preached that persons give service to God. He preached that from our lips we give thanks to God. He preached that when giving sacrifice we give in the glory to God. “Surrender to God and walk with him like Jacob,” he preached.

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