Tue, 23 Jan 2018 17:37 - Updated Tue, 23 Jan 2018 17:37
Over 100 faithful welcome World Leader of Salvation Army in Uíge
Uíge - At least 150 Christians of the Salvation Army church, among youths and adults of both sexes, will represent, next Wednesday, the province of Uíge, to the reception of the World Leader of said religious confession, who visits the country from January 24 to 30.
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The spokesman of the Salvation Army, Pastor Nsangu Rogério, who gave the information to Angop Tuesday, stressed that it is with great euphoria that the delegation of Uige will welcome its world representative.
Nsangu Rogério announced that all the technical and material conditions have been created for the proper representation of the province at the event, which marks his church this year.
According to the source, during his stay in Angola, the Salvation Army leader will hold separate meetings with the Officers Council, Women's Concentration, Men's League, as well as with government officials.
The source points out that André Cox will also establish and strengthen partnerships with governmental institutions, as well as fortify the faith among his Christians.
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