The Synagogue Church of All Nations, SCOAN, says it will hold its first thanksgiving church service on Sunday, December 4, 2022, commemorating its reopening for local and international members for worship after the passing of its founder, Senior Prophet Temitope Balogun Joshua, popularly called TB Joshua.
The founder passed on last year June 5, 2021 and the church did not reopen till December 5, 2021 when the church commenced its usual Sunday services.
This Sunday, in commemoration of the reopening, SCOAN members from different countries and continents would gather to celebrate what the SCOAN leader Pastor Mrs. Evelyn TB Joshua described as “God’s Faithfulness, Love, Blessing, Favour, Mercy, Salvation and Triumph of His mission for mankind as given to His departed servant, Prophet TB Joshua.
Though the church was not in operation as at the time the founder passed on, the church’s founder had insisted he would not reopen the church after the relaxation of COVID-19 pandemic insisting that he would wait for God’s directive regarding SCOAN reopening.
Part of the activities lined up for the Thanksgiving Service, include a weeklong reaching out to the underprivileged, the sick, widows, disabled and motherless homes and the hungered in diverse forms being crowned with the Sunday Thanksgiving service.