Daystar holds service today
Daystar Christian Centre, Lagos, senior Pastor, Sam Adeyemi, has called on Nigerians to cultivate the spirit of sharing, showing kindness and maintaining peace in the land as his church prepares to hold its Crossover service on Saturday, 31st December 2022.
Adeyemi stated that Nigerians at this moment need to show more love among themselves to fight against the difficult times in the country.
He noted, that at the New year’s Crossover night which will hold across all centres of the Church on Saturday, prophetic messages would be delivered to inspire people who have already lost hope in the nation.
“New year’s Eve service is a time we come together as a church family to thank and praise God, and share amazing testimonies. It would hold on Saturday from 6 pm to 9 pm across Daystar Christian Centre churches,” he said
Also as part of its annual activities for the year to share the love with people, Daystar Christian Centre, Lagos, senior Pastor Adeyemi said his church held a programme
Tagged “Love at Christmas”, an event where several indigent persons and communities in Lagos as well as its environs benefited from the church’s food bank.
According to Pastor Nike Adeyemi who is also a senior Pastor at Daystar Christian Centre, the annual event is part of the purposeful mandate of the church to ensure that ‘no member goes to bed hungry.’
“Our core hallmark is love, and we go all out to express it, in season and out of season. Jesus Christ modelled true love for us by giving Himself, and we also
love others by giving at all times.
Every month, the benevolence unit of the Daystar Christian Centre coordinates the distribution of food items and medical support to indigent persons in the
church and different communities. The Love-at-Christmas caps the church’s love outreach for the year, to ensure that no member of the church community goes
hungry during the yuletide season.,” she said.
The Christmas outreach took place across all the worship centres of the church at Oregun, Lekki, Ikorodu, Alimosho, and Badagry. The youth arm of the church also took part in the activity, reaching out to hundreds of people in Lagos and its environs.