Bethel Temple Portglenone Hosts Uganda Information Night
Bethel Temple Portglenone is the venue for the Uganda Information Night presented by Pastor Samuel MacGeorge Kawalya on 14th May 2016 from 7.30pm – 9.30pm. This meeting is part of Pastor Samuel’s continuing mission to spark the fires of revival in Ireland.
He is Senior Pastor of Bethel Community Church, Masaka and founder of Bethel Community Outreach Ministries in his native Uganda and the UK. You can keep up to date with the work of Bethel Community Outreach on their Facebook page here. Pastor Samuel is Bishop for Masaka District, Uganda, under the Born-Again Faith, overseeing more than 500 evangelical and Pentecostal Churches.
God has used Samuel extensively to revive communities in Africa and Europe through his inspired teaching of God’s Word and prayer.
In 2008, God commissioned Samuel with an apostolic call to Ireland to rebuild the broken spiritual walls and to rekindle revival fires.
You will have the opportunity to meet and hear from Pastor Samuel in person on Saturday 14th May 2016 when the Uganda Information Night takes place at Bethel Temple Portglenone (95 Main Street)
Billed as ‘a time of sharing and encouragement’, this two-hour event will kick off at 7.30pm. Samuel will be ministering to and praying for everyone there and well as updating them on the work in Masaka.
The ‘Redeemed’ worship team from Omagh will led the congregation into God’s presence. All are welcome.
Earlier that day at the same venue, a Wall Builders Conference will also be held from 10am until 2pm. This event is meant for Ministers and Pastors only; and Pastor Samuel hopes to energize this ministry as God primes them to revive this land.
During his time in the province, Samuel will be visiting a number of churches, including New Mossley Presbyterian Church, Ballymena Church of God, Bethel Temple Portglenone, Lisnadil Full Gospel Church in Armagh, Donaghadee Elim Church, Glenvarna Christian Centre, New Dawn Evangelical Fellowship, Kiltonga Christian Centre and Ballykeel Pentecostal Church
‘Then said I unto them, Ye see the distress that we are in, how Jerusalem lieth waste, and the gates thereof are burned with fire: come, and let us build up the wall of Jerusalem, that we be no more a reproach.’ Nehemiah 2, verse 17
For more information on either of this events being held at Bethel Temple Portglenone, contact Robin McAleese at 07812201223, Evangelist Wesley David Kerr at 07704534365 or Pastor Samuel Kawalya 07405988072.