by Ben Sworh
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An Episcopalian cleric, the Rev. Rebecca Nickel is urging Liberians to encourage one another for the growth and development of their church.
Rev. Nickel, a Supply Priest at St. Timothy's Episcopal church challenged the congregation to unite and share their journeys with others for the growth and development of Godís work.
The Episcopalian prelate made these remarks when she served as guest preacher and installing officer during the installation of officials of the All Christian Fellowship INC Church on Bluff Road, Indianapolis, IN .
Rev. Nickel accompanied by her husband revealed that it was her first time administering the Gospel in an African church, describing it as ďa rewarding experience in her vocation.Ē
She also praised the youth choir of the church for their splendid performance and urged them continue the good work.
Preaching from St. John chapter 15: 9-12, the Episcopalian prelate challenged the newly inducted officials to unite and serve the Almighty God with commitment and dedication.
For his part, the Pastor of All Christian Fellowship, James K. G. Tumay thanked Rev. Nickel for honoring his request to serve as guest preacher and installing officer. He expressed the need for more fellowship among the Christian community.
Those inducted include, Martha Kollison, Financial Secretary, Alice Nyemnah, Treasurer, Rachel Nyonpon, Chair person for Women, Victor Dahn, Chair, Evangelism Ministry, Mammie Dahn, Chair, Praise and worship, Theo Mensah, Chair, Usher Ministry and Jerry Korvah, Chair, Youth
The colorful ceremony which was held at the United Methodist Church on Bluff Road, Indianapolis brought together an array of Liberians, friends and members of other churches in the community. Rachael Nyonpon
(editor's note: Ben is a native of Liberia.)