New church built for growing congregation


THE PNG Revival Centre has set up a new church at Erima Wildlife, Port Moresby, to cater for a growing congregation.
Ps Michael Kumun said last Saturday during the church opening that they had established the new church at Erima, Wildlife settlement for the settlement’s congregation.
“The congregation raised over K100,000 to build this church without assistance from business houses and politicians,” he said.
“Most of our congregation members are in the informal sector and they raise money from selling food at roadside markets, secondhand clothes, chickens and pigs.
“The land we built the church on was a dump for car wrecks .
“We’ve cleared it for the church.”
Ps Kumun looks after the PNG Revival Centre fellowship in the Moresby North West district.
“This is the sixth church we have established especially in the North West areal,” he said.
The PNG Revival Centre established churches in Koa settlement at Gerehu Stage Six swamp, O block behind the earth station at Gerehu, Tete settlement in Gerehu and Sasiba near Baruni.
He said the centre had about 8,000 members in the city and they were establishing churches in their communities so that members do not need to struggle to go to the main centre at 9-Mile.