Pastor Alim Sesay (General Overseer)

Christ International Worship Centre headed by Sierra Leone’s renowned gospel singer and servant of God, Pastor Alim Sesay, has celebrated their second year of existence in God’s kingdom, serving humanity and winning souls for Christ, at the Young Women Christian Association (YWCA) centre in Freetown, with the theme: ‘Can anything good come out of thee?’.

The celebration kicked off with a glorious red carpet event that attracted members and visiting guests of the church, testifying of God’s wonders and devine experience at the sanctuary and the impact the servant of God, Pastor Alim Sesay had made in their lives since the establishment of the church. Many that graced the red carpet were consistently testifying about the humility and spirit filled intuitive characteristics of Pastor Alim and how they have benefited from his sound and unwavering teachings and winning souls for Christ. According to one of the visiting guests, her boss kept asking her to attend their services and the few times she had endeavored to attend, her life was transformed and she hoped to be visiting on a regular basis.

Giving a synopsis of how the church came into existence, Pastor Alim disclosed that it was a Devine assignment God gave him in 2016, which started with street evangelism and winning souls for Christ, before God instructed him to take up a bigger mandate that will raise true worship soldiers for his kingdom.

Apostle Dora Dumbuya

The guest speaker of the auspicious gathering was veteran seasoned woman of God, Apostle Dora Dumbuya (Mammy Dumbuya) of Jesus is Lord fame, whose undiluted expressions and teachings of God’s word remained a force to reckon with.

The service concluded by a solemn dedication of the edifice and the cutting of the anniversary cake by the leadership of the church and its esteemed congregation.

Cross section of the church congregation

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