GREGORY UNIVERSITY CHRISTIAN CHURCHES TO HOLD MAIDEN INTERDENOMINATIONAL HARVEST
At Gregory University, Uturu (GUU), we are the model, we show example, and lead the way for others to follow. Worship at GUU is carried out under the atmosphere of ecumenical spirit. It is under this backdrop that the Gregory University Christian Churches Uturu are organizing their joint or interdenominational Harvest and Raffle Draw on Sunday, January 19, 2020, at the University Auditorium 10: 00m. The theme is “HARVEST OF KOINONIA (TOGETHERNESS)” with the biblical reference “How good and pleasant it is for brothers to live together in unity” (Psalm 133:1), referring to the brotherly relationships binding Priests and Levites in the Temple and holy city. Koinonia is a Greek word that is rendered as communion, fellowship, togetherness in English.
According to the University Chaplain and Chairman of the Harvest Committee, Reverend Father Cajetan Ebuziem, the idea behind the interdenominational harvest is to showcase our approach to the work of the ecumenical movement.
The date for this event is timed to run into the second day of the global Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (January 18-25).
Raffle Tickets are being sold scholars and staff to their family and friends at the cost of N200 per ticket. First Prize is One Laptop Computer, and Second Prize is One Android Smart Phone while the Third Prize is One Rechargeable Standing Fan, plus lots of Consolation Prizes. While winners need not be present to win, we urge you to come and witness the best of GUU side entertainments.
Come let us worship the Lord as one.