Thousands of worshippers, Sunday, converged at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) for its second year thanksgiving service and officially opened its Cathedral for the regular worship and service that had been in suspense for over a year.
The anniversary is the commemoration of the commencement of church services after the glorious passing of its founder, the renowned spiritual healer, televangelist and philanthropist Prophet T B Joshua.
Blueprint correspondent gathered that the anniversary would be held simultaneously all over the world.
Speaking during the thanksgiving service at the church auditorium in Lagos, Pastor Evelyn Joshua, said T.B Joshua passed on June 5, 2021 and till then, the church had remained closed to weekly services, following the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic and the Senior Prophet’s decision to further suspend general public services until God would so direct.
She stated that with the new mantle of leadership falling on her, SCOAN has formally opened its cathedral for the regular worship and service that had been suspended for over a year.
According to her, on this year’s anniversary, the thanksgiving service has been for the celebration of God’s faithfulness and wonderful works in SCOAN.