Tuesday, May 24, 2022
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HPMI Thanksgiving Service

During the thanksgiving service attended by believers en masse, through prayers the HPMI congregants thanked God for everything he has done for them. The thanksgiving service was led by Pr. Aloysius Bujingo at HPMI Canaan Land.

on the same occasion, the pastor declared the service for all students in the candidate classes that will be held on Saturday. He also urged the parents to accompany their children and invited all the schools to bring their candidates to the service that will be aired live on salt TV.

In the same way, the DSTV officials from south Africa travelled to attend the thanksgiving service in order to appreciate the believers for the love towards them. The visitors were amazed by the great multitudes that gathered at the HPMI Canaan land. Thus Pr Bujjingo informed the DSTV officials that it was a great opportunity for salt TV to join the DSTV family, which resulted in the reduction of the subscription fee. Meanwhile, the HPMI believers have started the 14 days of prayer and fasting.

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