Award Wining Gospel group, RCCG Living Faith Connections Choir yesterday won the coveted prestigious Mobo Awards for Best Gospel Act which took place at London’s Wembley Arena amongst pomp and pagentry, the group was nominated earlier in the month in the category which was left open for voting in which they finally emerged as winners.It seems that the group is in for a glorious year as they have been flooded with nominations after nominations in different shows this year.
The Living Faith Connections Choir in the year 2013 released their debut album titled Beyond The Norm, which happened to be a collaboration with award winning songwriter Evans Ogboi,who was also present at the acceptance of the award.The album’s lead single “Nobody But You” went on to win ‘Song Of The Year’ at 2013’s Africa Gospel Music Awards.
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About the Living Faith Connections Church
Living Faith Connections is a purpose-driven church, a beacon of hope and a lighthouse to a needy world. We believe that we have been sent to bring the gospel with its attendant message and assurance of comfort, victory and hope, to people.
Our strong desire is to seek God and walk in His purpose; this is reflected in our services through worship, praise, prayer and acts of service.
In our services, we come together as one irrespective of our social, cultural or racial background to celebrate in the presence of God with electrifying music and soul-stirring messages.
We are a church that strongly believes in the power of prayer and the supremacy of the Word. Lives have been transformed and people have seen the hand of God move strongly in their lives.
LFC is a place of testimonies where the impossible becomes possible.
At LFC we believe that church is not just a place where we come to worship but a community where people thrive. We believe church to be a place where people meet friends, business associates, acquire new skills and enhance each other’s lives; it is a place where destinies are fulfilled. Therefore structures have been put in place to enhance our church experience via ministries and church departments.
We have ministries which oversee the activities of the main groups represented in church. The ministries organise events which cater for the needs of Living Faith Connection Family Members (LFCFMs). These events are varied and could be social, educational, spiritual or all encompassing depending on the prevailing requirements of the ministry. The events are generally aimed at enhancing spiritual growth, team working, togetherness and agape love among members.
Living Faith Connections is a parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG). It was planted in February 2000 by its mother church, Royal Connections. Initially services were held at Newham Town hall in East Ham, then Nelson Primary School, also in East Ham. From Nelson Primary School the church moved to Ripple Hall, then to its current location on Thames road, Barking.
Since moving to Barking, the church has experienced exponential growth in every dimension.
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