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UK Orthodox and Pentecostal leaders in solidarity with The Persecuted Church (Press Statement 30 November 2017 For Immediate Release)

    Leaders of Britain’s Eastern and Oriental Orthodox and Pentecostal churches meeting at The Raynors, Harrow, Middlesex on Monday 27 November 2017 reaffirmed their commitment to stand in solidarity with Christians suffering persecution, including martyrdom, in our world.   … Continue reading

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PARTNERSHIP IN MISSION – PRESS RELEASE

What does the future of the UK church look like? What is the black majority church and how does it feature in the bigger picture? How is it partnering in mission with the wider UK church? What dynamic is created … Continue reading

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Intercultural Ecumenism between Black Majority Churches (BMCs) and British Baptists in London

What on earth are Black Majority Churches (BMCs)? The history of BMCs in London is very phenomenal because within a short period of 60 years they have grown from rejection to influence, that is, from Windrush (The famous ship that … Continue reading

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National Day of Prayer: A Vision Fulfilled!

Yesterday, September 29 2012 saw the fulfilment of the vision for Wembley. This is becasue around 20 years ago, 1991/1992, Jonathan Oloyede, the Convener of Global Day of Prayer London had a vision of Christians gathering togther at Wembley stadium … Continue reading

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The Place of Mono-cultural or Mono-Ethnic Churches in Britain

The vision to build a multicultural Church has become an agenda caught by many inner city Churches whereas; about 10 years ago that was not the trend. Part of the reason for this change has been the recognition and awareness … Continue reading

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Dismantling the Social Divide (Multiculturalism in the Church Context – Radio Interview)

In this radio interview on Saturday 2nd of June, I reflected on my journey of coming as a missionary to Britain. I was going to plant a Nigerian Pentecostal Church but then left that project to get involved with a … Continue reading

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Pentecostalism: its Multicultural and Ecumenical Significance

As we celebrate Pentecost this week, my attention and reflection is drawn to the origins of the Pentecostal movement and its implications for cultural diversity and Church unity. This reflection starts with the day of Pentecost as we found in … Continue reading

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