We are people who love Jesus and who want others to know the joy and purpose that come with following him.
We are people of faith marked by following God, obedient to His Word, filled with His joy, and united in His
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Pastor Obi has been preaching since her 20s and has been in Pastoral ministry since 2003. She is ordained as a Full Pastor with the Redeemed Christian church of God in the United Kingdom. Presently, Pastor Obi carries the unique responsibility of leading a dynamic congregation of the Redeemed Christian church of God in Coventry. As well as being an active preacher and member of the ‘healing on the streets’ charity in Coventry.
In addition to her secular training, Pastor Obi has a diploma in theology and Advanced Diploma in Ministry and has carried on with trainings in the ministerial path.
An effective communicator and a great teacher of God’s word, she is known for her powerful messages of faith and being a well-rounded Christian, she is also actively engaged with City-wide projects that involve other leaders from other denominations in the city of Coventry.
She and her husband, Kenneth have been married since 1988 and are blessed with three children.
Sermons can give you answers to all your questions and help you in complicated life situation. Our pastor puts his heart and soul to message to you Jesus’s words to guide you through your life.
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