The House on the Rock Church, reached out to over 2,400 people in four communities sharing good tidings

December 28, 2014 4:43 pm
Barely 2 weeks after organizing Africa’s Biggest Music concert, The Experience Lagos; The House on the Rock Church, reached out to over 2,400
people in four communities sharing good tidings and great joy through gifts,
free health supplements, medical check-ups & supplies, food and more. 

 

The outreach tagged Project
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was done with the goal of reaching out to the less privileged in Makoko, Ijesha, Jakande and Isale Eko communities all in Lagos
state. According to the organizers, this was an opportunity to show and share
with Nigeria the true meaning of Christmas “Christmas is a special time for us
as we celebrate the birth of our Saviour Jesus Christ. It is also a time of
sharing gifts because the coming of Jesus Christ into the world is the ultimate
gift which humanity received. It is only appropriate for us to extend gifts and
indeed our love to those around us especially those who cannot afford to
celebrate as elaborately as we can. This is why we are undertaking this
initiative at a time like this.”
Senior Pastor of House on the Rock Church, Pastor Paul Adefarasin was available in
some of these locations and took the time to hand out gifts and words of
encouragement to the people.
In a chat with the pressmen immediately afterwards, Pastor
Adefarasin said Christmas is all about giving hence the House on the Rock church’s
commitment to putting smiles on the faces of the people who may not have been
able to afford to celebrate the yuletide. “Lagos State can be better than
it is but the church must play her part” he added.
The children had a great time as there was a party for them at the
different locations with a lot to eat and drink. The adults had medical
check-ups, health supplements, medications and some health education. In the
end, the kids and adults all went home with gifts, food items and big smiles.

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