Kouga Pentecostal churches unite

2016-12-08 06:01

THE different Pentecostal churches in the Kouga region recently joined forces to form the united Kouga Charismatic and Pentecostal Churches Council.

At the head of the Council, a non-profit organisation, is Bishop Andy Mbotshne, a senior Pastor at the King Jesus International Ministry and an avid community developer.

The objective of the Council is to unite all the disadvantaged and independent Pentecostal and Charismatic churches in the Kouga region.

They furthermore want to represent the different disadvantaged independent Christian churches on legal issues, as well as with the day-to-day operations of the church. In doing so, they want to restore these churches’ dignity and assist them in fund-raising.

The Council will make it their mission to arrange conferences and meetings in order to promote unity among the different churches.

The executive board members of the council are Bishop Andy Mbotshne (President), Pasotle Livingston Yekani, Apsotle Bronnie Frans, Pastor Thulani Shabane, Pastor David Seoma, Pastor Amos Smith, Pastor Viwe Jonas, Pastor David Mabhangha, Pastor Archie Cakana, Pastor Willem Tiervlei and Pastor David Mxakana.

For more information, contact Mbotshne at 060 343 2598.

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