CITIZENS COMPASS —Thousands of worshippers will converge at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) on Sunday December 3, 2023 for its second year Thanksgiving service.
The anniversary is the commemoration of the commencement of church services after the glorious passing of its founder, the renowned spiritual healer, televangelist and uncommon philanthropist God’s General Prophet. The anniversary would be held simultaneously all over the world.
TB Joshua passed on June 5, 2021. But up till then the church had remained closed to weekly services following the outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic and the Senior Prophet’s decision to further suspend general public services until God would so direct.
With the new mantle of leadership falling on Pastor Evelyn Joshua, the SCOAN formally opened its cathedral for the regular worship and service that had been in suspense for over a year.
Speaking on this year’s anniversary, Pastor Evelyn Joshua stated that the Thanksgiving service would be for the celebration of God’s faithfulness and glorification of His Holy Name for His goodness and wonderful works in SCOAN.
“God has been tremendously good and faithful to us in SCOAN. He has been doing wonderful works in our midst all over the world for the glory of His Holy Name and better humanity as He anchored it through His servant, Prophet TBJOSHUA”, adding that “it’s another moment of rejoicing in God’s presence, acknowledging His grace, mercy and favour as our refuge, shield and fortress”.
To precede the anniversary is a prayer line on Friday, December 1 for deliverance and healing service for the sick across the globe with different health conditions.
This anniversary according to Joshua is also another time of specifically reaching out to the needy of different segments in the society in God’s ineffable love and will as He has commanded us.