Sabbath Church Re-brands, …reform worship style, no longer wear white garment
The general overseer of Our Lord’s Sabbath Mission, Rev. Chigozie Nwaka, has announced the change of name of the church to Our Lord the Saviour Covenant Church.
Rev. Nwaka, made this known during the church’s annual Feast of Pentecost held over the week and said, “The change of name is the hallmark of the transformation the church located at Umunam Atta Njaba in Imo State, has undergone under his watch these years as the priest.”
He further announced that all documents bearing the church’s former name remain valid, but warned, anyone using them to commit crime or atrocities will be dealt with according to the law.
Nwaka also disclosed that some of the church’s culture like compulsory wearing of white garments for worship shall no more be. “Other ritual laws of the Tabernacle will be put in their right perspective to reflect the leading of the Holy Spirit”, he further said.
“Other identities and traditions that defined and formed the church before now will continue to undergo reformation according to the guidance of the Holy Spirit”, Nwaka said.
However, the Church will continue to uphold as sacrosanct the observances of the Sabbath (on Saturday) as the day of worship and the celebration of the Feasts of God as enshrined in Leviticus 23, he remarked.