Women’s Movement

Seeking Christ like transformation in the church as women and providing true apostolic identity by the empowerment of the Holy Spirit.

To deepen the spiritual life of the women through prayers, fellowship , intercession and to work generally with the local government of the Church.

A National Women’s Leader and Secretary is appointed by the National Council to co-ordinate the activities of the Movement and they are supervised by the National Women’s Superintendent (an Apostle).

The Movement has in place the National, Area, District and the Local Executives. The respective committees are to take charge of the day-to-day activities of the movement within their areas of jurisdiction.

Local Assembly Women’s meetings are held normally in the evenings on Tuesdays and in some cases in the morning with periodic District and Area programmes.

A National Convention is held biannually. The Area Leader of the Area in which the Convention is held will be required to assist the National Women’s executives to convene it.

Membership is open to all women from age eighteen (18) years upwards; notwithstanding the age stipulation, any woman who subscribes to the aims and objectives of the Movement may join.

Aims and Objectives

  • To provide a means of expression for the sisterhood in the church;
  • To provide the opportunity for capable deaconesses and leaders to teach and guide the sisters of the movement, particularly on matters which are best handled by women;
  • To meet every week for fellowship, prayers, studying of the Word of God that will heal
  • marriages, restore family relationships and that will also turn and influence those around us.
  • To bring back apostolic distinctiveness (Holiness, Righteousness, Truth, Humility and
  • Spirituality) focused on intercessory prayers for the church and nation at large;
  • To develop the character of the individual to live soberly and in obedience to the will of God;
  • To assist in preparing young adult women for marriage life.
  • To extend the Kingdom of God by proclaiming the gospel to all and sundry through rallies, dawn
  • broadcast, house to house evangelism, hospital, prisons, etc.

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