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Up Coming Events

FRI. 2ND AUG. 2019

EFAC National Convention (Clergy & Wives)

@ Aba Diocese.

Moving Forward, Understanding the Time (Exo. 14:15) –

for all Clergy


TUE. 13TH AUG. 2019

Diocesan Clergy Association Meeting

@ Christ Church Bank Housing Estate – 10am.

WED. 14TH AUG. 2019

Diocesan Mid – Week Prayer & Fasting

@ St. James Church Abayi Ogbuligba – 9am.

THUR. 15TH - SUN. 18TH AUG. 2019

EFAC National General Convention

@ Ovom Girls High School in Aba Diocese

- Compulsory for all Church Teachers & Catechists.

FRI. 2ND AUG. 2019


Theme: Declare His Praise (1 Peter 1: 3-6).

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“But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth.” (Acts 1:8 KJV). 


We bring you greetings in the name of our risen and ascended Lord and Savior, Jesus the Christ. To the gory of our God and Father we welcome you to the Pentecost season as we celebrate the fulfillment of the above promise of our Lord not to leave His Church comfortless, but to sent to her the great comforter and teacher, the Holy Spirit. This physical appearance of the Holy Spirit, the third Person of the Godhead, is a summary manifestation of God as The Creator (Father), The Savior (Son), and The Sustainer (Holy Spirit).  What an assuring revelation. 

As we read, "And when the day of Pentecost had fully come, they were all assembled together in one place, When suddenly there came a sound from heaven like the rushing of a violent tempest blast, and it filled the whole house in which they were sitting. And there appeared to them tongues resembling fire, which were separated and distributed and which settled on each one of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other (different, foreign) languages (tongues), as the Spirit kept giving them clear and loud expression [in each tongue in appropriate words (Acts 2:1 -4 AMP)

To the Church, the events of that faithful Pentecost day are embolden, and empowering. With the coming of the Holy Spirit, the church is extra ordinarily equipped for her mission of making disciples of nations, and her responsibility as the salt and light of the world. Therefore, as we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit, we must understand that it is His presence alone that ascertains that we are children of God. And that the essence of His coming is to embolden and empower every one of us to speak in the language every situation and condition in our life will hear and be drawn to. In a world full of various forms of ungodliness, you and I must speak in a language that must not only stand against these forms of ungodliness, but also point the world to Christ who alone can bring sanity to the insanity of our time.  Where there is hatred, we must speak the language of love, where there is division, the language of unity, where there is immorality, the language of the righteousness of Christ. We must speak the language of contentment and selflessness to our communities that are destroyed by greed, misappropriation of public fund, and materialism.  We must allow the Holy Spirit to use us to convict men of their sin and bring them to the knowledge of Christ. As was the case on that Pentecost day, we must see that all who come in contact with us know, understand and confess the goodness of God seen from the way we discharge our private and corporate responsibilities. 

We want to appreciate the commitment and labor of the diocesan mission and evangelism board, our EFFAC group at all levels, the clergy and all who are committed to the mission and evangelistic work of our diocese. We must remind every member of our diocese that the work of mission and evangelism is not for the EFAC group alone. Every one of us must find his or her place in the business of advancing the Kingdom of God through our words and actions, through physical involvement in, or support to, the different fronts of the diocesan mission and evangelism programs and activities. Remember, the gift of the Spirit is for all of us and so are the responsibilities and Blessings. 

So, to all who seek and put themselves under the power and counsel of the Holy Spirit, May the joy and power of Pentecost fill your life and give you the grace to speak in the language that will change any situation, condition and people around you to the glory of God, your blessing and the growth of our Diocese and the Church of Christ 


And to Him who is able to keep you from falling and to present you faultless before His throne; to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ be all honor, glory and dominion now till the end of the age.  Amen.   

Your Bishop and Friend, 




    PENTECOST 2019



Almighty God, the fountain of all wisdom and grace, Who mercifully sent Your Holy Spirit to strengthen and encourage your people and promised to be with Your Church  all through the ages. We thank You for Your grace to gather in this year's Synod.  We praise You for life provision and protection over the past year. Fulfill now O Lord Your divine promises, as we gather here in Your name.

Heavenly Father, forgive our imperfections in all things, guide and rule our minds; direct all our deliberations. And may we only seek Your honour and glory, the good of Your Church and welfare of others.

Gracious Lord, may it please You to inspire our hearts to discover Your Will. May our faith in You never waver and our resolve to follow You never grow weak. May our individual and Communal life be eloquent testimonies of Your Almightiness and love. Grant this for His sake, who reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, Jesus the Christ our Lord. Amen.



Chineke Onye kachasi ihe nile elu, Onye amamihe na amara nile si n'aka Ya; Onye ji obi ebere zitere anyi M Ns ka O nye ayi ike maa gbakwa anyi ume, Kwekwa nkwa I nnyere nzuk G na gb nile. Ayi na ekele G n'ihi amara nke ay ji gbakọọ na Sind af a. Ayi na eto G n'ihi nd, nrpta, na nkpuchita I nyere ay ke mgbe af gara-aga. Dka ay gbaktara n'ebe a n'ihi aha G, mezuoro ay nkwa I kwere ay.

Nna nke eluigwe, gbahara ay ndu nke ezughi oke n'ime ihe nile. Chekwaa ma duzie kwa mụọ ayi, haziere ayi ihe ndi ayi gaje tghar uche na ha. Mee kwa ka ay nwe chch ito G na ikwanyere G ugwu, na d nma nke nzk G na ileta ndi z.

Nna nke amara, ka d G ezi mma ime ka ay mara ihe bu Uche G. Ka okwukwe ayi n'ebe n ghara ma jijiji; ka mkpebi ay iso G gharakwa da mba, ka ndu ay n'otu n'otu na nmekrta ay na G br gbgba ama nke d ukuu na hnanya G. Mere ay nka n'ihi aha Ya, Onye soro G na Mụọ Ns na-ach eze b Jisus Krast Onye-nwe-ay. Amn.


Beloved people of God,

It is with a heart of joy and sense of responsibility that we welcome you to this last session of the fourth synod of our dear Diocese. We sincerely ask that you join us to thank, adore, and worship our God and Father, the Desire of all ages and our Rock for the grace to gather once again in this holy convocation. To Him be all glory, honor and adoration now till the end of the age.

We welcome our Deputy Chancellor, Registrar, Legal adviser, and other legal and Diocesan Officers here present, my noble nominees, members of the house of clergy and their wives, council of Knights and the ladies, our distinguished guests, delegates and all other diocesan staff members and their families. 

On your behalf we humbly welcome the Archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province of Aba, and the Bishop of Umuahia Diocese, His Grace, The Most Rev'd Ikechi Nwachukwu Nwosu PhD. Your grace, we a pleased to have you with us. We appreciate the presence of our grand mentor, the immediate retired Archbishop of Aba Province and bishop of Aba, His Grace, The Most Rev'd Dr Ugochukwu Uwaoma Ezuoke, and Mama Hon. Mrs. Chinonyerem Ezuoke. Your Grace and Mama, thanks for coming. My lord bishops here present, we are honored to have you. We extend our warm welcome to all our political and traditional leaders. To all security and uniform outfits here present, our choirs, the press, and the rest of us, we say welcome and be blessed.

Beloved, please  join me in welcoming the President of our Women Ministry, Mama Aba Ngwa North, my  favor, Princess (Mrs.) Odionyenfe Nworoni Chinenye Kanu.

At this point, we wish to appreciate all who contributed in no small measures to the success of this year's synod. The synod secretariat, all the assistants and supporting staff. We continue to applaud the untiring efforts of the Chairman of the Central Planning Committee, Sir Chijioke Uhie and the entire members of that committee. With a sincere heart, we do appreciate the efforts of the board and members of Umuobasi Amavor Archdeaconry especially the Archdeacon and his wife, the Ven. Precious & Evangelist Mrs. Chinenye Okereke, the clergy and their wives, and all workers and members of the different churches that make up this Archdeaconry. Our special thanks go to the local organizing committee led by Chief Iheanyi Enwereji. We pray that our good Lord will remember your sincere services and reward you all abundantly. I am sincerely indebted to my immediate office staff - secretary, clerk, Admin. Assistant, Canon and chaplain for standing the heat of this synod preparation. Thank you guys for your dedication to duty and sacrifice. To the rest of my family, I appreciate your prayers and support. May you all never lose your rewards. Read More