Rt Revd C E Ide Ordains 5, Prefers 13 others

Rt Revd C E Ide Ordains 5, Prefers 13 others

THE RT REV’D C E IDE, JP

At the Trinity Ordination held today at the Good Shepherd Church, DDPA, his lordship, the Rt Revd C E Ide, JP Ordained 1 deacon, 4 priests and preferred 6 Archdeacons and 7 Canons.

These are:
Revd Peter T. Omaweru was made a deacon.
Rev’d Michael Akakasi,
Rev’d David Adjehwenyo,
Rev’d Gospel Ajenakevwe and,
Rev’d James Egbe were Priested.

At the end of the service the following were preferred
Archdeacons:
Canon Dr Robinson Orido
Canon Monday Imonisan
Canon Dr Izunna Eze
Canon Terry Olokor
Canon Jiroro Dominic
Revd Samuel Ewhoforama

Canons:
Revd Benson Ejedegba
Revd Peters Agamugoro
Revd Amos Imini
Revd Dennis Nnamani
Revd Cajethan Otti
Revd Innocent Ereridjere
Revd Douglas Emoefe

Warri Diocesan Synod Will Hold 25th to 29th July, 2020

Warri Diocesan Synod Will Hold 25th to 29th July, 2020

The 2nd session of the Thirteenth Synod of the Diocese of Warri will hold from Saturday 25th July to Wednesday 29th July 2020 at St John’s Anglican Church, Okpara inland. Details are as follows…

Saturday 25th July, 2020 – Diocesan Board Meeting 11am (For only the board members)

Sunday 26th July, 2020 10am: Synod Service

Monday 27th July, 2020 11am: The presentation of the Presidential Address aka Bishop’s Charge – which will be followed by the Launching. Thereafter, plenary will continue

Tues 28th July, 2020 8am: Synod sessions continues with presentations, reports etc

Wednesday 29th July, 2020 8am: Synod sessions continues to be concluded with the Synod closing service

Covid19: Our Diocesan will be live on ACNN Tomorrow!

Covid19: Our Diocesan will be live on ACNN Tomorrow!

Beloved, happy weekend.

Be informed that ACNN TV will be streaming tomorrow’s Mattins Service to be conducted by different Dioceses at 7am, 9am and 11am.

The Service conducted by our Diocese will be broadcast between 7am – 9am.

The Ven. P. O. G. Whiskel will be the conductor while our lord Bishop, the Rt Revd C E Ide, JP will be preaching.

For us and our members who may find it convenient to watch at that time, kindly do so.

Have a blessed Sunday ahead in Jesus Christ’s name.

#COVID19 LOCKDOWN: SEE WHAT GOD REVEALED TO BISHOP CHRISTIAN IDE

#COVID19 LOCKDOWN: SEE WHAT GOD REVEALED TO BISHOP CHRISTIAN IDE

A CALL FOR SPIRITUAL EXAMINATION

Early today morning, April 20, 2020, the Lord took me in a dream to a classroom setting. All lectures/lessons had been concluded, and all was set for examination to commence.
Thereafter, I came out of the classroom, with the mind of going to the house to pick something.

However, there was no way to get to the house because a roadblock had been mounted by armed soldiers.

When I told one of armed soldiers at the road block that I wanted to get home to pick something, he replied sternly, “NO”. At that point, I woke up from my sleep.

As I went on my knees to pray about the dream, the Lord told me He had allowed the Lockdown we are currently experiencing, so that we can undergo SPIRITUAL EXAMINATION.

While the world governments are preoccupied with physical examination to checkmate the spread of corona virus,

the Lord says we should be occupied with that which concerns our spiritual well-being. Just as the world is clamouring for physical checkups against corona virus, the Lord is urging us to give ourselves spiritual checkups.

2 Corinthians 13:5 says,

Examine yourselves as to whether you are in the faith. Test yourselves. Do you not know yourselves, that Jesus Christ is in you?-unless indeed you are disqualified

The lockdown, the Lord is saying to us, should be utilised to examine ourselves to see if we are in the faith – if we are really Christians as we claim or merely imposters.

  • This is the time to Watch, stand fast in the faith, be brave, be strong (1 Corinthians 16:13).
  • This is the time to cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness in the fear of God (2 Corinthians 7:1).
  • This is the time to actively seek to grow closer to God, and not to draw farther away from Him.
  • This is the time to ask ourselves whether we are walking according to the gospel that we profess.

After the lockdown, that is, the time God is giving us for the SPIRITUAL EXAMINATION, the Lord says,

He will release the results of the SPIRITUAL EXAMINATION of each and every one of us, that life will never be the same again. The outcome of the SPIRITUAL EXAMINATION, would be a determinant of the kind of life we will experience after the lockdown.

Dear people of God, we wish to draw our attention for the third time to the following counsel we gave to us while the lockdown was to commence in Delta State on April 1, 2020:

Beloved in Christ, let’s seize the opportunity the lockdown provides to utilize to the maximum our QUIET TIME (personal devotion), COUPLE ALTAR (husband and wife having devotion together), and the FAMILY ALTAR (parents, children, etc living in the home having devotion together). It is time to Stoke the fire of these three altars (personal, couple and family) where the fire has simmered down, while we await Jesus’ second coming’.

As we conclude this message, we urge you to know

…that you were not redeemed with corruptible things, like silver or gold, from your aimless conduct received by tradition from your fathers, [19] but with the precious blood of Christ, as of a lamb without blemish and without spot (1 Peter 1:18-19).

And

Now may the God of peace Himself sanctify you completely; and may your whole spirit, soul, and body be preserved blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ”(1 Thessalonians 5:23).

Amen!

MARANATHA !

+Christian, Warri.

#COVID19: Bishop Christian E. Ide Supports 1113 members with cash Palliatives

#COVID19: Bishop Christian E. Ide Supports 1113 members with cash Palliatives

It was joy all over the Diocese of Warri (Anglican Communion) today as the news of the compassionate gesture of the Diocesan, the Rt Revd Christian E Ide, JP filtered to the clergy and members, that financial palliatives has been approved for disbursement to 1,113 vulnerable – widows, orphans, low income and disadvantaged members drawn from 77 out of the total number of Churches in the Diocese.

This is to help cushion the pressure of the ongoing lockdown in the state due to the covid19 pandemic.

May God bless our lord Bishop and our amiable mother in Israel, The Rt Rev’d & Mrs C E Ide, JP and the people of the Diocese of Warri in Jesus name.