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Inaugurations

Inauguration in San Vicente del Caguan, Colombia

23 April, 2018 |

On Sunday, April 22, 2018, we had the inauguration of a church-owned location in the municipality of San Vicente del Caguan, department of Caqueta, Colombia. The sanctuary fits 450 congregants and the address is Carrera 5 # 1-26, Barrio Villa … Read More

Inauguration of the Church-owned Location in Atlanta, Georgia (United States)

23 April, 2018 |

Photos of the inauguration of the new Church-owned location in Atlanta, Georgia, United States; which took place on Saturday, April 21, 2018, with nearly 2,600 believers in attendance who partook in the Bible study that Sister Maria Luisa Piraquive led concerning … Read More

Photos of the Inauguration of a New Location for the Church in Santa Cruz De La Sierra, Bolivia

21 March, 2018 |

On June 18, 2010, the Church of the Lord officially started in the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra. The Lord has manifested Himself with His power, and the church’s growth has been evident. For this reason, on Sunday, … Read More

Photos of the Inauguration of New Church-owned Location in Bogota, Colombia

22 January, 2018 |

A new location owned by the Church in Bogota, Colombia, was inaugurated on January 21, 2018. This branch is located in a neighborhood called Bosa La Estacion, and fits 1100 per service, as well as parking for people with disability. … Read More

Inauguration of the New Location in Sydney, Australia (Photos)

11 December, 2017 |

On Sunday, December 3, 2017, we inaugurated the new location of the Church in the city of Sydney, Australia with an approximate attendance of 100 people.

The inauguration was also attended by brothers and sisters from Perth, Melbourne, and Brisbane, … Read More

Photos: Inauguration in Brisbane, Australia

17 October, 2017 |

The official inauguration of the new location in the city of Brisbane, Australia took place on Sunday, October 15, 2017, with a teaching service that was attended by approximately 45 people, which included Australian-born brothers and sisters; as well several … Read More