The Synagogue Church of All Nations has reopened its first branch in Ondo State, Nigeria, which is the home state of the church’s late founder, Prophet Temitope Joshua.
The new branch, located in Akure, was built on more than five hectares of land with a capacity of over 6,000 worshippers. The state governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, who commissioned the branch, praised the vision of the church and its leadership under Pastor Evelyn Joshua.
He noted that the new branch would provide more access to worship for people in the area and help promote moral character moldings, love, peace, and unity. Mrs. Joshua said the new branch was established to fulfill Christ’s mission on earth and spread the church’s message and evangelism.