Church Without Walls International (CWWI) hosted its’ first major fundraiser by way of a Gospel Concert on Saturday 22nd August at The Salvation Army Roy Bungay Memorial Hall in Boroko, Port Moresby.
The ministry which is an outreach arm of the North Port Moresby United Church Circuit is currently raising funds so that they can build a church building where they can conduct their meetings.
Reverend Jack Moha who is the Lead Pastor of the ministry said that they have been renting a space at the Country Women’s Association located at 3 Mile to conduct their meetings since the ministry came into effect in January this year.
“The ministry came into effect as of January after I completed my term as a Minister at the Sioni Kami Memorial Church last December.”
“I was not posted to another congregation after my term ended and so I decided to continue carrying on my missionary work by starting up an outreach ministry and that is how Church Without Walls came to be,” Reverend Moha said.
Marama Ato Moha, wife of Reverend Moha and Advisor for CWWI said that the church once built will bear the name Church Without Walls United Church and will be open to people from all walks of life who wish to step into the building to find spiritual refreshing.
“We are not fully recognised as a congregation yet however the Regional Executive Council of the United Church urban region has recognised CWWI as an outreach arm of the North Port Moresby Circuit,” Marama Ato said.
“This is our first major fundraiser for our new church building.”
“We don’t know where the land will be or how big the church will be but we have started raising funds and we leave the rest to God for his plan and purpose to be accomplished,” added Marama Ato.
The Church Without Walls International ministry will be hosting another major fundraiser in November which will be a Gala Dinner.
All proceeds raised from the fundraisers will go towards building a new church building for its’ increasing congregation.