1. Pastoral Committee
1- Rev. Peter John Achiek Pastor in-charge tel. 647 628 5410
2- L/R. Hilary Lomoro Assistant pastor tel. 416 515 0736
3- L/R. Yoasa Phanuel Assistant pastor tel. 647 702 9069
4- Mrs Aja Solomon Lay Member tel. 416 461 9471
Choirs Photo taken during visit of Archdeacon Peter Fenty
2 Advisory Committee (Board of Directors).
1- Mr. Thomas Taban Elia - Chairperson tel. 647 348 5087
2- Mr. Emmanuel Manase Member/ Gen Administrator tel. 416 240 1519
3- Mr. Jonathan Duku Member tel. 416 782 9870
4- Mr. Simon Dau Deng Member tel. 416 235 1309
5- Mrs. Akoy Malik Member tel. 647 721 2609
3 Executive Committee Officers
1- Mr. Charles Kenyi Secretary General tel. 647 746 6708
2- Mr. Agili Khamonde Secretary of finance tel. 416 289 7851
3- L/R. Yoasa Phaneul Youth & Choir Coordinator tel. 647 702 9069
4- Mrs.Ludia K Lasu Women Coordinator tel. 416 438 9216
5- Mrs. Martina Lado Hospitality Coordinator tel. 647 707 3962
6- Mrs. Hania Lupai Act/ Sunday School Coordinator tel. 647 926 7480
Assistants to Executive Committee Officers
For roles and details please visit our constitution and follow our minutes of General Assembly Meetings.
Exploit Your Weaknesses: What is your goal for the next year? I hope it is to be humble and to magnify the power of Christ. If it is, then one key strategy is to identify and exploit your weaknesses. What does this mean? Negatively, it means that we stop complaining to God and to people about the things we are constitutionally not good at. And, positively, it means that we look for ways to turn our weaknesses into a Christ-exalting experience. Don’t focus too much on finding your strengths. Give attention to identifying and exploiting your weaknesses.
John Pipe quotes St. Paul’s vision that, “experience is worth boasting about, but I’m not going to do it. If I wanted to boast, I would be no fool in doing so, because I would be telling the truth. But I won’t do it, because I don’t want anyone to give me credit beyond what they can see in my life or hear in my message, even though I have received such wonderful revelations from God. So to keep me from becoming proud, I was given a thorn in my flesh, a messenger from Satan to torment me and keep me from becoming proud” (2Cor 12:5-7).
When we keep silent about our sin -how we have messed up-, it shows desires of what we really want, or insecurities we are afraid to show others, as result we will remain weak (Psalm 32:3-5). I Corinthians 1:25 “For the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stronger than men.” Colossians 3:23-24 says, “Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive an inheritance as your reward. You are serving the Lord Christ.” It's important to pray to God everyday: What sin, desires and insecurities do we need to be honest about so that we can regain courage again?
It is our individual task to ask God for help; He is merciful and compassionate, thank Him for all that He has done for you. Do not loss connection from the head from whom the whole body supported and held together by its ligaments. It’s important for you to read the Bible. And as you read the Bible, learn to follow Jesus and do what He says. raise your expectations. The Bible says, "if you walk with wise men, then you are going to become wise." If you associate with successful people, before long you will become successful.