Spirit Embassy (The Good News Church) launched its new charity wing Good News Aid amidst elaboration and sporting activities at the Sir Doug Ellis Sports centre at Aston University in Birmingham.
Prophet Uebert Angel and his wife BeBe Angel also graced the family fun day and took part in the sporting activities.
Pastors and elders and the general church members were able to test their fitness at the fun filled family day on Saturday 26th March when Spirit Embassy TGNC, launched its new charity wing Good News Aid.
There were a range of sporting activities that involved groups taking part in mini-tournament and displays throughout the day which people could either watch or enjoy or even get involved in.
Members of the church also tried their hand at basketball and other activities, including 5-a-side. However, the netball tournament was one that drew the largest support base which saw the loudest cheering as the sports hall erupted with noise as people applauded their teams in this very competitive netball tournament.
People who came to attend had travelled from as far afield as America, France, Dubai and Zambia.
The Family Fun Day was open to all and entry was free. The food and refreshments were also provided free of charge.
Pastor Rikki Doolan TGNC spokesperson said: “As a church we put this on for families and friends as well as the community at large, this was a platform to unveil our new charity arm Good News Aid which is registered here in England. The Good News Church has been involved with a number of charities and activities but now we are known as Good News Aid, we have been working across the world under the banner Hand of Mercy, nevertheless we have consolidated our charity efforts and we are pleased to introduce Good News Aid as our charity arm.”
“Everybody is having fun here, Prophet Uebert Angel led by example he is here with his family and he has been dribbling and scoring spectacular goals in the five-a-side football.
People love to come together to an event where they can bring the whole family and have fun. That is exactly what we have done today. This is just our nature at Spirit Embassy (The Good News Church) we are a family centred church and we love having fun.”
There was something for everyone. You could sit and enjoy a cold drink and cakes and samoosas while cheering the competing teams in the different games such as Netball, football or basketball there was also table tennis, and the kids had many activities, however, the bouncing castle proved to be very popular for the children. It was a fun filled afternoon for all indeed a great afternoon for all families.
One of the sisters who took part in netball tournament, Maureen Mabhena said
The Good News Church is not only in Birmingham it is also found in other UK cities such as London, Manchester, Teesside, Scotland and Dublin.
The Church also has branches across the world and the Good News Revolution is growing as the good news message spreads across the globe.