Revival House held their annual International Day event on Sunday. The event is organised to recognize the various nationalities in the church. currently Revival House has 19 nationality represented and the number is growing every day. Revival House has a culture of honour . The culture of honour means that what you honour will work for you. So if you honour people in various positions and from different nations you will be reap that honour in various ways in your life.
There was presentations fron various nations including Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Congo,Liberia, Uganda, South Africa, India, Tanzania and a luo dance from Kenya. Time was the only limiting factor. There was also performances from the Sunday School groups namely blessed Noah's Ark (Age 2 - 4), blessings (4 - 6 ), Shinning Stars (6 - 8), Victors (8 - 10) Junior Youth (10 - 12) and the youth also known as Young and Gifted (12 - 16). There was a surprise presentation from Steve and a gland finale from the ladies. Revival House would like to thank all who made the day so colourful and glorious. Please visit www.revivalhouse.co.uk for full info and more pictures.
Revival House organized an amazing summer trip for the Sunday School and Youth to the popular Alton Towers on Thursday 31st July 2014. The children were so exited. The Revival House church has grown so fast that they had to hire a coach. Only part of the children managed to go as the tickets sold out. The children are divided into three groups Noah's ark 2-3 years, Shinning Stars 4-7 years and Victors 8-11 years. This time only the Shinning Stars and Victors were able to attend. They were accompanied by Pastor Geraldine, the mayor of Barking and Dagenham Elizabeth Kangethe who is a Revival House member for the last 14years and Sunday School teachers. There is now more room for the children as we have aquired a new premises.
You are welcome bring your children every Sunday 11am -1:30pm. Church address is Revival House: 500 High Street North Manor Park, London E12 6QN. www.revivalhouse.co.uk
I was privileged to capture one of UK greatest Archbishop's 70th birthday last weekend, Archbishop Jubameeta Paul Hackman. Capturing such a man with great personality is ot always easy but timing is always necessary so as to tell the story as it was. I was armed and ready to shoot, well not with bullets but with my professional digital camera. Here is a preview of that i was able to capture.
Archbishop Jubameeta Paul Hackman the President of Trans-Atlantic and Pacific Alliance of Churches (TAPAC) with his wife Sodinaia Hackman , beautifully dressed in Gold and green.
Bishop Faustina, Bishop Anne Kabundi, Bishop Mr & Mrs Finch, Bishop Daniel King, Bishop Oscar Maloba dancing with Archbishop Hackman and His wife
We may have not been the main photographers at Boscow's wedding but we were sure to capture guests and their families in a relaxed informal manner. The wedding was attended by people from far and wide and there was a lot of support from the church and the Kenya community. The hall was massive but with over 600 guests, some were left without seats as guests continues streaming in.
We captured hundreds of images and people were so exited to take fresh memories home. However some people did not get a chance to print their pictures. Here are the pictures for you to choose and order the ones you want. Let us know if your picture is not here and we will be happy to put it up or vice versa.
The official Sunday service to welcome the newly elected Mayor of Barking and Dagenham, Her worshipful Mayor Elizabeth Kangethe was conducted on Sunday 8th June 2014 at St Margarets church in Barking. The ceremony was awesome and highly attended by various people from across the borough and beyond. We were privileged to be invited to capture the event.
The mayor was led by a beautiful band as the procession matched about 400 meters from the town hall to the church.
Veterans of the United Kingdom lined up to welcome the mayor to the church service.
It's a new record! Councillor Elizabeth Kangethe is now Her Worshipful the Mayor of Barking & Dagenham in UK. It was a historical event at the Mayor Making event on Friday 6th June 2014 at the offices Barking and Dagenham council, Town Hall, Barking, London.The colourful ceremony was officiated at the Council Chamber where it was witnessed by full council meeting. The head of the council, Councillor Darren Rodwell proposed for the confirmation of Mayor Elizabeth Kangethe and then it was seconded by councillor Sanchia Alasia. The outgoing Mayor, Councillor Hardial Singh asked the Chief Executive to conduct the vote and all the councillors voted for her. Mayor Elizabeth Kangethe is a member of Revival House for over 12 years where the motto is raising leaders to change the world. This has now come to pass and more leaders will follow.