The Presiding Bishop of Living Faith Church Worldwide, David Oyedepo, will lead other clerics to unveil the Ark of Light for All Nations Cathedral, envisioned by Dr. Isaiah Macwealth, to serve as the international headquarters of Gospel Pillars International Churches, and a base for missions and help projects around the world.
The opening ceremony for the 10,000 sitting capacity Cathedral holding on Saturday, at the Church premises, Kudirat Abiola Way, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos, will feature Bishop David Oyedepo as the chief guest and the Presiding Bishop of March of Faith International Fellowship, USA, as the presiding father of the day.
Dignitaries expected to grace the day include, Macwealth General Overseer of Conquerors Chapel International, Ghana, Prophet Isaac Anto; international evangelist and worship leader, Dr. Ron Kenoly from the USA; Dr. Panam Perry Paul; Evang. Tope Alabi; Chioma Jesus among others.
Speaking with journalists in Lagos, ahead of the opening ceremony, the Liaison Officer, Gospel Pillars International Churches, Apostle Abrich Agbi said, the Ark of Light for all Nations facility sits on an 8,900 square meters landscape and equipped to serve over 10,000 worshippers.
According to him, the multi-million Naira facility is expected to house church auditorium, bible school, prayer conference rooms, bookshop, multi-storage food bank, primary school, broadcast studio, and other state-of-the art facilities for worshippers and visitors.
He noted that Dr. Isaiah Macwealth is a lover of Jesus, songwriter, author of over a hundred books, President of the Isaiah Wealth Ministries, which is active in church planting in over ten nations.
“Macwealth heart carries the mandate of Christ, which is a display of the blend of the supernatural and philanthropy as seen written of Jesus in Acts 10:38.His philanthropic activities cut across race, tribe and religion to deliver topnotch humanitarian services in different continents, especially in Nigeria where the newly established Empowerment Network (TEN) is fighting to eradicate poverty,” he said.