PMCC (4th Watch) Inaugurates Grand House of Worship in Edmonton, Canada

by: 4W Media News Correspondent

In a remarkable display of faith and dedication, the Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ (4th Watch), under the leadership of the Goodman of the House, Apostle Arsenio T. Ferriol, and his Deputy, Bishop Jonathan S. Ferriol has unveiled its newest house of worship in Edmonton, Canada. The inauguration ceremony, held yesterday, marked a significant milestone for the church as it celebrated the completion of its first-ever constructed sanctuary in Canada.

Costing $6 million dollars, the grand house of worship stands as a testament to the unwavering commitment of the church’s leadership to cater to the spiritual needs of its members not only in Canada but around the globe. Complete with a sanctuary, rooms, offices, basement, and a spacious lobby, the house of worship promises to provide a conducive space for the brethren in Edmonton to gather, worship, and foster community bonds.

The successful completion of this groundbreaking project would not have been possible without the exemplary oversight and leadership of Presbyter Joseph Concepcion, whose dynamic guidance steered the district towards this achievement. Kudos are also extended to Pastor Asherlyn and Pastor Jun Valeroso for their commendable efforts in proving themselves worthy of the trust bestowed upon them. Additionally, heartfelt appreciation goes out to all pastors, elders, and brethren of the Canada District for their unwavering partnership and collaboration. The financial backing received from global mission churches spanning from the U.S to Asia and Europe further highlights the spirit of unity and solidarity within the PMCC (4th Watch) community. As the church looks ahead to a future filled with hope and growth, it acknowledges that all glory and blessings come from our Lord God Almighty.

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