The Church of Nigeria has experienced eventful years of her history as an autonomous Province in the Anglican Communion worldwide.
The story can be traced to 1906 when a conference of Bishops in Communion with the Anglican Church held in Lagos. The Rt. Rev. E.H. Elwin, then Bishop of Sierra Leone, presided at the meeting. The Rt. Rev. Herbert Tugwell (Bishop of Western Equatorial Africa) was there with four of his Assistant Bishops: Charles Phillips, Isaac Oluwole, James Johnson and N. Temple Hamlyn.Read More
WATCH THE CHURCH OF NIGERIA ONLINE SERVICE THIS SUNDAY ON ACNN CABLE TELEVISION OR VIA SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS
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- 2ND SERVICE: 9am
- 3RD SERVICE: 11am