Bishop Thomas Wilson Inaugurates St. James Church Men’s Union In Port Loko As Member Of The Diocesan Men’s Union
His Lordship Rt. Rev. Thomas A.I. Wilson Bishop of the Anglican Dioceses of Freetown and the North has on Sunday 5th May 2019, officially inaugurated the Men’s Union branch of St. James Church situated at Falaba Road in Port Loko northern Sierra Leone, as member of the Diocesan Men’s Union (DMU). (Photo: Bishop Thomas Wilson delivering the sermon – Induction of Officers & Members)
Bishop Thomas A.I Wilson during the inauguration reminded members of the newly formed St. James Men’s Union that the main reason why people join church organizations is because it is a platform to do God’s works the more.
He noted every Anglican Church in Sierra Leone has about four or five organizations, with the Diocesan Men’s Union (DMU) being one of the chief amongst them.
Delivering his sermon on the theme: “Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity…Ps 133 v3,” His Lordship Bishop Thomas A.I Wilson said harmony and unity is like the anointing oil.
“One thing unity does is it brings holistic blessings,” said he.
The preacher admonished officers and members of the newly inaugurated St. James Men’s Union to work as a team; disagree to agree since no one man has the union, adding everybody is important.
Bishop Thomas A.I Wilson referenced 1st Corinthians Chapters 10, 12 and 13 from the Holy Bible to illustrate vividly unity in diversity as well as unity and diversity in the one body, which is the body of Christ.
He encouraged members of St. James Men’s Union to be attending meetings and thanksgiving services because as he puts it: “it is during meetings you exchange ideas while you fellowship and learn from attending thanksgiving services.”
Meanwhile, a total of eleven ‘Brothers’ including four officials were inducted during the service which many say was successful.
By Frank Cole-DMU PRO
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