Eric Michel Ministries International

  1. Legal existence Corporation Canada 895170-5

  2. Recognized creed and form of worship

  3. Definite and distinct ecclesiastical government EMMI Canon Law

  4. Formal code of doctrine and discipline

  5. Distinct religious history

  6. Membership is not associated with any other church or denomination

  7. Organization of ordained ministers

  8. Ordained ministers selected after completing prescribed courses of study at Footsteps of Jesus Seminary and Bible Academy

  9. Literature of its own

  10. Established places of worship

  11. Regular congregations-parishes

  12. Regular religious services

  13. Sunday schools for the religious instruction of the young

  14. Schools for the preparation of its members at the Canadian Harvestime Bible Academy

Eric Michel Ministries International Catholic Chaplaincy is a Christian corporation with headquarters based in Ottawa Ontario and Halifax Nova Scotia..The Church traces its founding to Jesus and the Twelve Apostles and regards the bishops to be the literal successors of the Apostles, holding their keys of authority. Eric Michel Ministries International Catholic Chaplaincy considers itself to be part of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. While it derives its Apostolic Succession from the teaching of the Apostles, we are not in full communion with the Roman Catholic Church and differ from them theologically in several important respects.



The Church recognizes the historic seven sacraments, which are: Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, Absolution, Extreme Unction, Holy Matrimony, and Holy Orders.

  1. The Holy Eucharist is considered to be the most important and central sacrament in the life of the Church. The Church teaches that in the Holy Eucharist the substance of the bread and wine become linked to the Life of Jesus of Nazareth and become literal outposts of his life and his consciousness. The EMMI does not restrict the Eucharist to its membership and allows all to partake. Note: On the way back from his papal trip to Hungary and Slovakia, Pope Francis responded to a question about denying communion to politicians who are pro-choice. Pope Francis comments from all his time as a pastor that he never, never, never denied communion to anybody who presented him or herself to receive the Holy Sacrament. Sep 16,2021

  2. Baptism may be performed by either immersion, affusion (pouring) or aspersion (sprinkling).

  3. Confirmation is performed by a bishop.

  4. Holy Matrimony is performed by either a bishop, priest or deacon.

  5. Holy Orders include deacon, priest, and bishop In Eric Michel Ministries International Catholic Chaplaincy all clergy are allowed to marry and ordination is open to both men and women.

  6. Absolution is performed by either a bishop or a priest.

  7. Extreme Unction is performed by either a bishop or a priest.


The EMMI teaches the orthodox doctrine of the Holy Trinity. Paterology or Patriology, in Christian theology, refers to the study of God the Father. Both terms are derived from two Greek words: πατήρ (patḗr, father) and λογος (logos, teaching). As a distinctive theological discipline, within Theology proper, Paterology or Patriology is closely related to Christology (study of Christ as God the Son) and Pneumatology (study of Holy Ghost as God the Spirit).

Creeds in the Eastern Church began with an affirmation of faith in "one God" and usually expanded this by adding "the Father Almighty, Maker of all things visible and invisible" or similar words to that effect. The Nicene Creed, which dates to 325 and 381, states that the Son (Jesus Christ) is "eternally begotten of the Father", indicating that their divine Father-Son relationship is seen as not tied to an event within time or human history.


The EMMI teaches that we are all immortal, both before and after physical death; and everyone shall "one day reach His Feet, however far they stray." Universal reconciliation is an accepted doctrine of the EMMI, following the words of St. Paul: "Therefore just as one man's trespass led to condemnation for all, so one man's act of righteousness leads to justification and life for all." (Romans 5:18)


The EMMI teaches that the Holy Bible, the Creeds, and the Traditions of the Church are the means by which the teachings of Christ have been handed down to his followers and that they are fundamental, true, and sufficient as a basis for right understanding and right conduct.

The EMMI teaches that all Christian worship is valid, of whatever kind, so long as it is earnest and true.

Church structure

Constitution and canons

The EMMI is governed by its constitution and canons.


The EMMI is currently led by its archbishop, Most Revd. Eric M. Gagnon, and the Symposium (General assembly).


Laypersons in the EMMI come from diverse backgrounds and from all spiritual paths. Due to the open nature of the Multi-Denominational EMMI Chaplaincy, no layperson is required to accept any of the more "formal" beliefs of the Church and is allowed to accept or reject them as they please

as Baptist, Catholic, Evangelist, Methodist, Presbyterian, Pentecostalist or Christian Unitarian Universalist.


Training for the clergy of the EMMI is through Footsteps of Jesus Seminary & Bible Academy, the only seminary of the Church. The seminary offers distance study courses for those seeking holy orders or working for the church.


The Church uses its liturgy, today known as the Catholic Rite.

Religious Orders

The Order of St. Francis Ecumenical is a semi-monastic Franciscan spiritual community.


Relations with other denominations

The EMMI seeks to work in amity with all other Christian denominations and is open to inter-communion agreements with other denominations. Open communion is a practice of the EMMI.




Both Immanuel and Emmanuel are found in the Bible. The Old Testament is originally recorded in Hebrew and Chaldean/Aramaic. The New Testament is originally recorded in Greek.

Typically, Immanuel is found in the Old Testament and Emmanuel is found in the New Testament.

When the prophet Isaiah spoke of a young maiden who would give birth to a boy named Immanu El ("with us is God"; Isaiah 7:14) he wasn't coining an innovative name or idea. He was recalling a phrase from Hebrew Scripture.

Immanuel (Hebrew: עִמָּנוּאֵל, romanized: 'Īmmānū'ēl, meaning, "God is with us"; also romanized: Emmanuel, Imanu'el; and Emmanouël or Εμμανουήλ in Koine Greek of the New Testament) is a Hebrew name that appears in the Book of Isaiah (7:14) as a sign that God will protect the House of David.

The Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 1:22–23) interprets this as a prophecy of the birth of the Messiah and the fulfillment of Scripture in the person of Jesus. Immanuel "God (El) with us" is one of the "symbolic names" used by Isaiah, alongside Shearjashub, Maher-shalal-hash-baz, or Pele-joez-el-gibbor-Abi-ad-sar-shalom. It has no particular meaning in Jewish messianism.

By contrast, the name based on its use in Isaiah 7:14 has come to be read as a prophecy of the Christ in Christian theology following Matthew 1:23, where Immanuel (Ἐμμανουὴλ) is translated as μεθ ἡμῶν ὁ Θεός (KJV: "God with us").

Also, Emmanuel is used in French.

Immanuel Communion of Love

The mysterious message is hidden in the Gospel passage from John (2:1-11)

God is a communion of love so intense that the love of the Father for His Son and of the Son for the Father is the third Person of the Holy Trinity, the Holy Spirit. God is a perfect communion of love. This Love that is God generates or creates all that exists. Being love, God cannot contain all that love in Himself; but HAS, so to speak, to pour it upon us, the objects of His love.

God is a perfect communion of love. This Love that is God generates or creates all that exists. Every human person is created in the image and likeness of God, meaning we are created for communion or relationship with God, with one another and all of creation.

The primary law of the Lord regarding family life is that it must share in the very unity and “communion of love” found in the life of the Most Holy Trinity. Each person of the Holy Trinity has perfect respect for the other, gives selflessly to each other without reserve, and receives each person in their totality. It is their love that makes them one and enables them to act together in perfect harmony as a communion of divine Persons.

Upon the fact that God wants you to share in a communion of life, not only with the Most Holy Trinity but also with those around you, especially your family. Try to ponder the hidden life of Jesus, Mary and Joseph and seek to make their family relationship the model for how you love others. May their perfect communion of love be a model for us all.

The communion of Persons of the Holy Trinity reminds us of the importance of relationships in our world, and at the same time provides the model for what these relationships are supposed to look like. When the Scriptures say we are made in the image and likeness of God, it means we were made to live like the Trinity. We are made for communion, for a relationship, with God and the people God has placed in our lives. God wants us to model and witness to him as Trinity, which means we are made to love as he loved. We are to give ourselves totally in relationship with him and with others. Only when we live in self­giving love, like God himself, will we find our fulfillment in life.

Catholic Churches List:

  1. Alexandrian liturgical tradition

  2. Anglican Catholic

  3. Armenian liturgical tradition

  4. Chaldean or East Syriac tradition

  5. Eastern Catholic

  6. Lutheran

  7. Old Catholic Church

  8. Orthodox Catholic

  9. Roman Catholic

  10. Western liturgical tradition

  11. Byzantine (Constantinopolitan) liturgical tradition

  12. Syro-Antiochian or West Syriac liturgical tradition

Order of Franciscans Ecumenical Ecclesiastical Affiliation Charters List:

  1. Hermitage of Saint Tekakwitha Charter

  2. Our Lady of Knock Abbey Charter

  3. Missionary Sons of Mother Mary Charter

  4. Saint Joseph’s Hermitage Charter

  5. Evangelizers of the Apostle Charter

  6. Franciscan Friars of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Charter

  7. Congregation of Fathers and Brothers of Mercy Charter

  8. Franciscan Abbey of the Immanuel Communion of Love and the Third Order of Saint Francis Ministry Charter

Note: Eric Michel Ministries International and the Franciscan Abbey Communion of Love Catholic Chaplain Ministry are NOT in communion with the Roman Catholic Church

Full communion is a communion or relationship of full agreement among different Christian denominations that share certain essential principles of Christian theology. Views vary among denominations on exactly what constitutes full communion, but typically when two or more denominations are in full communion it enables services and celebrations, such as the Eucharist, to be shared among congregants or clergy of any of them with the full approval of each.

Full communion is an ecclesiological term for an established relationship between Christian denominations that may be constituted by shared eucharist, doctrine, and ecclesiology. Different denominations emphasize different aspects or define the term differently.

Full communion is an ecclesiological term for an established relationship between Christian denominations that may be constituted by shared eucharist, doctrine, and ecclesiology. Different denominations emphasize different aspects or define the term differently.

Several Protestant denominations base their idea of full communion on the Augsburg Confession which says that "the true unity of the church" is present where "the gospel is rightly preached and sacraments rightly administered." They believe that full communion between two denominations is not a merger, they respect each other's differences, but rather it's when two denominations develop a relationship based on a mutual understanding and recognition of Baptism and sharing of the Lord's Supper. They may worship together, exchange clergy, and share commitments to evangelism and service. For example, groups recognized as being in full communion with the Evangelical Lutheran Church, on this basis, include the Presbyterian Church (USA), Reformed Church in America, United Church of Christ, the Episcopal Church (United States), the Moravian Church, and the United Methodist Church. These churches are not necessarily in full communion with each other, however; each denomination is free to develop its own relationships with other churches. For example, The Episcopal Church, in addition to being a member of the Anglican Communion, is in full communion with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Moravian Church (Northern and Southern Provinces), Mar Thoma Syrian Church of India, Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht, Philippine Independent Church, and the Church of Sweden. They are not, currently, in full communion with the Presbyterian Church (USA), Reformed Church in America, or the United Church of Christ, though they are currently in dialogue with other churches; including the United Methodist Church, Presbyterian Church (USA), and Roman Catholic Church.

Second Vatican Council used the word "communion" in a sense other than communio in sacris when speaking of Christians separated from the Catholic Church. The Catechism of the Catholic Church, citing the Second Vatican Council and Pope Paul VI, states:

"The Church knows that she is joined in many ways to the baptized who are honoured by the name of Christian, but do not profess the Catholic faith in its entirety or have not preserved unity or communion under the successor of Peter" (Lumen gentium 15). Those "who believe in Christ and have been properly baptized are put in a certain, although imperfect, communion with the Catholic Church" (Unitatis redintegratio 3). With the Orthodox Churches, this communion is so profound "that it lacks little to attain the fullness that would permit a common celebration of the Lord's Eucharist" (Paul VI, Discourse, 14 December 1975; cf. Unitatis redintegratio 13-18).

Full communion thus involves completeness of "those bonds of communion – faith, sacraments and pastoral governance – that permit the Faithful to receive the life of grace within the Church."

Agreements completed

The United Methodist Church with the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, the African Union Methodist Protestant Church, the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Union American Methodist Episcopal Church, and the Northern and Southern Provinces of the Moravian Church.

At Eric Michel Ministries International, we have a root in Syncretism from the union of a Christian Unitarian Minister and an independent Baptist Minister.

Ecclesiastical Affiliation Charter Under the name:

Franciscan Abbey of the Immanuel Communion of Love (FAICL) Third Order of Saint Francis Ministry (OFE)

We are a body of Christians who are followers of Christ in the footsteps of Francis, Anthony and Clare of the Franciscan Order.


Our Order is a group of men and women of Christian Catholic Independent under Chart #04062022 of the Order of Franciscans Ecumenical (OFE Site). We are an order of men and women who have dedicated themselves to following the footsteps of Saint Francis. Our members serve as Chaplain Ministers in the community and work in capacities to help the needy.

We are a loving order that does not discriminate based on age, race, physical capabilities, marital status, employment or social status.

We do not live in a monastery, friary or convent, and we do not require our members to give up their jobs or move away from their homes, friends, and families. We will not ask you to make a life-changing sacrifice to belong to our Order.

Our way of conduct is in our Rule of Life, based on the Original Rule, established in 1221 for the First Order of Franciscans.

We strive to lead our lives according to the words and work of Christ, following the example and spirituality of our fraternal father, Saint Francis of Assisi.

Our traditional Vows are the following:

  • Prayers

  • Poverty

  • Humility

We are a Christian Catholic Chaplaincy located on the north shore of Montreal, Quebec. We are in the Association within the District 01 Canada in the Interdenominational Assembly of Churches Ministry affiliated in Africa, America and Asia.

Those who have an open mind and an honest heart are welcome. We don't discriminate based on race, gender, nationality, sexual orientation or identification, ethnicity, or disability. Our sacraments, including the fullness of Holy Orders, are available to all baptized.

The FAICL carries on the mission of Christ by expressing our faith publicly. In communion with other Christian denominations proclaiming the Good News. God's help and the blessing of our Archbishop, we like to spread joy and happiness among our brothers and sisters.

Love and Peace.

Saint Anthony's Quote:

"Actions speak louder than words; let your words teach, and your actions speak."

THE ROOTS or where we came from:

On July 9, 2020, Eric Michel postulated to be a member of the Order of Lesser Sisters and Brothers to Br. Thomas OSFM Franciscan Friar. Due to the spouse's illness, the request is paused for an indeterminate time.

Eric Michel "TIMELINE"

  1. 2022 Eric Michel is member #118282 of the Volunteer Ministry of the National Association of Catholic Chaplain.

  2. 2021 Eric Michel start training with the crediblecatholic.com

  3. 2021 Eric Michel retired from office duty at EMMI

  4. 2020 Foundation of Monotheist Catholic Ministry TOSF

  5. 2017 Foundation of the Interdenominational Assembly of Churches by Eric Michel CUU, Marie Arnold Baptist with the association of churches of the Rev. Xaviour Sebastian Chikwatu African United Methodist of Malawi, the Rev. B. Philip Kumar Pentecostal Church of Vadapali Andhra Pradesh in India., and the Rev. David Kisaame Evangelical Christian Church in Uganda, we founded the ministry of the Interdenominational Assembly of Churches

  6. 2016 Foundation of Canadian Haverstime Bible Academy

  7. 2015 Foundation of Footsteps of Jesus Seminary & Bible Academy

  8. 2014 New name for the chaplaincy: "Eric Michel Ministries International."

  9. 2013 Eric Michel is a member # 10197469 of the Royal Canadian Legion

  10. 2013 Eric Michel is a member #108055 of the Canadian Volunteer Firefighters Service Association (Chaplain)

  11. 2012 Eric Michel Ordained Minister UU. August 1, 2012, he was re-ordained Unitarian Minister at the Open-Door Open Faith Unitarian Church in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Also, for a short period, he became associated with the Evangelical Christian Church of Lorraine as a celebrant pastor and worked in the setup of the chaplaincy ministry. (Celebrate weddings authorized by the church and the Directeur de l’état civil)

  12. In July 2011, Ordained Chaplain at Eric Michel Ministry and Chaplaincy became the Eric Michel Ministries International, a non-profit religious corporation to Corporation Canada on July 14, 2014. Les Ministères Eric Michel International and Eric Michel Ministries International legally constituted as a Not-for-Profit Religious corporation at Industry Canada under the number # 895170-5 and at Canada Revenue Agency under the number # 80323 9177 RC001

  13. 2010 Ordained bishop on November 30, 2010, he became Archbishop by-election of the General Assembly in January 2011 and was installed on May 6, 2011.

  14. 1988 Ordination of Eric Michel UCGC. Ordained Minister on December 7, 1988, as a bi-vocational pastor, he first exercised his ministry in the Outaouais, then in Trois-Rivières, where he met the Baptist Minister, the Reverend Marie Arnold, in 2012.

  15. Seminarist and Deacon 1985-1988 at The UCGC of Johannite Tradition under the Bishop T.T. Wally of Albany, New York.

  16. 1978 Foundation of Eric Michel Ministry & Chaplaincy

  17. 1970 left the RCC and came back in 1985 and started studying at the Dominican College Ottawa.

The IAoC Association Membership:

The "Interdenominational Assembly of Churches" is an association of churches, para-churches and missionaries operated under the Eric Michel Ministries International composed of Baptist, FAICL Catholic, Christian Evangelism, Methodist Episcopal Noncorforming, Pentecostal, Presbyterian and Christian Unitarian Universalist. We aim to put faith into action by leaders who move their congregation and communities to help each other for the common good and spread the Gospel of Christ. With more than 85 church partners come alongside Eric Michel Ministries International. The Association is staffed with Directors, Clergy and supporting members, mobilizing all the services. We provide in Christ at our International Districts and bring them out into the communities that need them the most.

The Interdenominational Assembly of Churches Ministry Association (IAoC) was created in 2017 in which we had our 1st Symposium in January 2018. Then we had only four (4) church affiliate members and two associate members. In the last months of 2018 and the beginning of 2019, we had 18 church members or Christian organizations represented by 83 Ecclesiastic persons from Nepal, India, Pakistan, Malawi, Uganda, Kenya, Canada, Cameroon, Togo, Ghana, Brazil, USA and Burundi.

The IAoC Ministry operates under Eric Michel Ministries International, the headquarters in Brunsburg-Chatam Province of Quebec, Canada, and its counterpart EMMI African Church Association Ministry.

01- Pentecostal Church Vadapalli India represent: Philip Kumar, J.Kaladhar,

02- Bethel Orphanage Care Foundation, represented by the Rev. Robert Muhindo

03 -Glory Ministry in Kenya represented by the Rev. Philip E. Odhiambo

04- Christ Commission Fellowship Church represented by Rt.Rev. Julius O. Nyambuoro

05- Conceição Souza want to set up a NGO in Caucaia, Brasil

06- Happy Times Care Ministries by Pastor Muwonge Ibrahim

07- SET FREE CHURCH /MINISTRIES by Pastor David and Petronilla Turyatemba

08- African United Methodist by Rev. Xaviour Sebastian Chikwatu

09- Greater Grace Ministries by Rev. David Kisaame

10- Nepal by Rev. Sunu Bajrachraya

Members list of the IAoC as of Jan. 12, 2019

  1. Aaron Mulibika

  2. Adolfo Fongluna

  3. Ameera Bajrachraya

  4. B R S Kalpana

  5. B. Naveen Kumar

  6. B. Mojes Dass

  7. B. Raj Kumar

  8. Bacurana Wilfred

  9. Basil Arnold (Clerck)

  10. Bertha Mpama

  11. Bimala Sadashankar

  12. Pastor Bishnu Pandey

  13. Bishop Dr. M.M. Waqas

  14. Bishop Dr. Stephen Kwabla Gbeve

  15. Bishop Julius O. Nyambuoro House of Bishop & House of Elders, Superintendent Bishop in Kenya

  16. Bishop Marie Arnold, President of the House of Bishop & member House of Elders

  17. Bishop Samuel Sameer

  18. Bishop Samuel Mark Oloo

  19. Bishop Xaviour S. Chikwatu, Superintendent Bishop in Malawi

  20. Bobbanapalli Philip Kumar

  21. Bogere K. Hagine

  22. Chanda Sunar

  23. Chekuri David Brainard

  24. Conceição Souza

  25. David Waiswa

  26. David Tenywa

  27. Emmanuel Mbago

  28. Esther Malikebu

  29. Fabian Nkunzimana Pastor member of the Board of Elders

  30. Gita Sunar

  31. Godfrey Sentamu

  32. Harizon Kuuyo

  33. Harriet Uriah

  34. Henry Wesonga

  35. Hezborn Bosire

  36. Ian Jombo Elisha

  37. Pastor James Odeke

  38. Jean NDAYIZIGA, Vice-President of the Board of Elders

  39. JEM Gagnon Archbishop Executive Director

  40. Jesca Takubika

  41. Joel Muliika

  42. Joseph Mutse Luvai

  43. Joyce Baker, Secretary of the Board of Elders

  44. Kenix Vicor

  45. Lyle Arnold, President of the Board of Elders

  46. Magret Nazigamba

  47. Muldhan B Magar

  48. Muwonge Ibrahim

  49. Pastor Charles Waweru Wilken

  50. Pastor David Turyatemba

  51. Pastor Peter Kamodzi

  52. Pastor Rau Pariyar

  53. Petros Mastera

  54. Pilirani Jombo

  55. Priston Kunje

  56. Punam Lepchon

  57. Pushpa Karki

  58. Rev Philip Edward Odhiambo

  59. Rev. David Kisaame Teacher Google Classroom at Bible Academy

  60. Rev. Masih Irfan

  61. Rev. Robert Muhindo

  62. Rich Friday

  63. S.Cornelius Chinna

  64. Saleman Boota

  65. Tanya McIntire

  66. Tirtha Raj Kapali

  67. V. Manahor Raju

  68. Varaprasad Kanamala

  69. Wycliffe Amayuku

  70. Hamilton K. Bleh

  71. Ian Khomera

  72. J.R.S.Kaladhar

  73. Juliet Makweza

  74. Made Ravindra Babu

  75. Ogoro Joas

  76. Sagaya Raj

  77. Pastor Mushtaq Masih Gujranwala Pakistan.

  78. The Universal Methodist Church Evangelist Shaid Piyara Pakistan

  79. Onyango. Wilken of Builders for Christ Assembly Church

  80. Life in Jesus Pentecostal Church, Malawi

  81. Grace Ministries Welfare Society

  82. Grace Outreach Church Bishop James Otieno Achola, Kenya

  83. Eternal Revival Church, Rev. Joseph Onyango

  84. Agape Family Fellowship Rev. Stephen Kwabla Gbeve, Togo

  85. Bethel Orphanage Care Foundation Kampala, Uganda

  86. Greater Grace Ministries Uganda Evangelical Church

  87. Aaron Mulibika

  88. Ameera Bajrachraya

  89. B R S Kalpana

  90. B. Naveen Kumar

  91. B.Mojes Dass

  92. B.Raj Kumar

  93. Bertha Mpama

  94. Bimala Sadashankar

  95. Bishnu Pandey

  96. Bishop Dr. M.M. Waqas

  97. Bishop Samuel Sameer

  98. Bishop Samuel Mark Oloo

  99. Bishop Theodore T. Wally

  100. Bogere K. Hagine

  101. Chanda Sunar

  102. Conceição Souza

  103. David Waiswa

  104. David Tenywa

  105. Esther Malikebu

  106. Farhan Malik

  107. Gita Sunar

  108. Godfrey Sentamu

  109. Harriet Uriah

  110. Henry Wesonga

  111. Hezborn Bosire

  112. Ian Jombo Elisha

  113. Jesca Takubika

  114. Joel Muliika

  115. Joseph Mutse Luvai

  116. Muldhan B Magar

  117. Muwonge Ibrahim

  118. Pastor Charles Waweru Wilken

  119. Pastor David Turyatemba

  120. Pastor Peter Kamodzi

  121. Pastor Raju Pariyar

  122. Petros Mastera

  123. Pierre Luc Galarneau

  124. Pilirani Jombo

  125. Priston Kunje

  126. Punam Lepchon

  127. Pushpa Karki

  128. Rev Philip Edward Odhiambo

  129. Rev. Masih Irfan

  130. Rev. Robert Muhindo

  131. Rich Friday

  132. S.Cornelius Chinna

  133. Tirtha Raj Kapali

  134. V. Manahor Raju

  135. Varaprasad Kanamala

  136. Hamilton K. Bleh

  137. Ian Khomera

  138. J.R.S. Kaladhar

  139. Juliet Makweza

  140. Made Ravindra Babu

  141. Ogoro Joas

  142. Adnan Ayub

  143. J. Elisha (Elisha Ministries) Prophet

  144. Bishop Waqas

  145. Robert Muhendo

  146. Pastor Richard Wikanya

  147. Philip Odbiambo

  148. Pastor Paul Pandey, Nepal

  149. Mr. S. Sania

  150. Pastor Moris Nawab

  151. Momanyi Bosire

  152. Mission Jesus Church Ministry

  153. Mega Mission Net

Our Groups 2018 - 2019:

House of Bishops 8 members since Dec 28, 2018

IT Support Team 13 members since Dec 27, 2018

Meditation Moments 12 members since Jan 9, 2019

Methodist 4 members since Jan 15, 2019

Independent Baptist NHMM 6 members since Feb 21, 2019

News and Social World 18 members since Feb 7, 2019

Pentecostal 3 members since Jan 15, 2019

Permanent Synod 11 members since Jan 27, 2019

Sermons 14 members since Feb 7, 2019

Social & More 13 members since Jan 4, 2019

Symposium 12 members since Dec 29, 2018

Third Order Saint Francis Community Chaplaincy 9 members since Jul 23, 2020

The Association has had 10 members since Feb 7, 2019

What's Up! Newsletter 13 members since Apr 26, 2019

World Day of Prayer 13 members since Jan 28, 2019

Worship 12 members since Jan 16, 2019

General 90 members since Dec 27, 2018

HBA Classroom 5 members since Jan 9, 2019

Harvestime Bible Academy in the News 13 members since Dec 28, 2018

FUNDRAISING 15 members since Feb 10, 2019

Evangelical 2 members since Jan 15, 2019

Election 12 members since Jan 23, 2019

Chaplain Ministry 8 Members

District 01 Canada 8 Members

District 02 USA 2 Members

District 03 India 2 Members

District 04 Malawi 2 Members

District 05 Uganda 2 Members

District 06 Nepal 4 Members

District 07 Kenya 5 Members

District 08 Brazil 3 Members

District 09 Bangladesh 2 Members

District 10 R.D.Congo 2 Members

District 11 Nigeria

District 12 Zambia 2 members

District 13 Spain

District 14 Austria

District 15 Sweden

District 16 Belgium

District 17 The Netherlands

District 20 Greece

District 21 Germany

District 22 United Kingdom

District 23 Italy

District 24 Portugal

District 25 Switzerland

District 26 Australia

District 27 Argentina

District 28 Japan

District 29 Mexico

District 30 South Africa

District 31 Pakistan 4 Members

District 32 Mozambique 1 member

District 33 Burundi 6 members

District 34 Liberia 2 members

District 35 Togo 3 members

District 36 Ghana 1 member

District 37 Cameroon 2 members