The Church of North India as a United and Uniting together is committed to announce
the Good News of the reign of God inaugurated through death and resurrection of
Jesus Christ in proclamation and to demonstrate in actions to restore the integrity
of Gods creation through continuous struggle against the demonic powers by breaking
down the barriers of caste, class, gender, economic inequality and exploitation
of the nature
Presently the Bombay Diocesan Council is celebrating its Centenary Year (1915-2015). In order to commemorate the centenary, The Bombay Diocesan Council has ventured into various projects mentioned as under.
1. Bombay Diocesan Mission Centre, Palghar:
In response to the growing need of the mission areas of Palghar and Wada, the Diocese has built a center at Palghar which would serve as a Mission Centre to cater to the ministry of the missionaries such as conducting Seminars, Refresher Courses etc. It will also reach out to the neighborhood by its Medical Centre and Chapel. The Diocesan Churches could also use the premises for Church retreats. There would also be two Parsonages for the nearby Congregations.
2. Bombay Diocesan Mission Centre, Karjat:
This initiative was taken to reach out to North Bombay areas. The land for the centre was acquired to facilitate as Retreat Center for the churches, School for the neighboring villagers, and Medical assistance to the locals.
The Fulton Hostel Dhariwal under the Diocese of Chandigarh was re-opened on April 25, 2015. This hostel was established by the missionaries in 1927. The purpose of the hostel was to provide education to the boys of rural area from poor, under privileged Christian community of district Gurdaspur.
Fulton Hostel played a vital role to educate and nourish the 1ives of boys of this area. KNH and other organizations supported it for a long time. In 2001 due to financial constraints it was decided by the Diocese of Chandigarh to close down the Hostel. Due to the closure, the children’s of this area suffered a lot. Lord blessed and chose SAM ministry under the direction and control of CNI synod to revive the closed hostels in the CNI jurisdiction and to facilitate the deprived and weaker section of the community.........more
The International Women's' day was celebrated by the Diocesan Women's Fellowship for Christian Service, of Chhattisgarh Diocese on March 28, 2015, at “Vishwasgarh Church Raigarh”. The main speaker was Mrs. Archana Singh, from Nagpur Diocese. The speaker focused on the life history of some women characters of the Holy Bible specially; she pointed out to the life of Queen Esther and inspired to follow her.
The Women Fellowships of 12 different churches along with the DWFCS Executive Committee members participated in this program. There were about 127 representatives in this program. Many competitions and other activities were organized.......more
The Diocese of Chotanagpur, Church of North India (CNI) has completed the landmark of 125th year of its establishment on the 23rd March 2015. The historical journey of missionary work began from 1890-2015. It is indeed a great occasion for the congregations of the Chotanagpur Diocese. This great and historical occasion began with the celebrations, thanks giving and Holy Communication Service led by The Rt. Revd. B. B. Baskey, Bishop, Diocese of Chotanagpur at St. Paul's Cathedral, Ranchi. The Former Moderator of the Church of North India and Former Bishop of Chotanagpur Diocese, the Most Revd. Dr. J. Z. Terom was the chief guest. He delivered his message about re-ministering the hard old days. He further added the days of ups and downs of the Diocese and extended his gratitude to the pathfinders of the Diocese. After the thanksgiving service, the Bishop of Chotanagpur blessed and installed the 125th Jubilee Memorial plaque and declared open the 125th Jubilee Celebrations. A Jubilee Souvenir was also released by the chief guest, the Most Revd. Dr. Z. J. Terom......more
The Delhi Diocesan Women Fellowship organized a picnic on February 28, 2015 at the Flower filled Nehru Park, which was attended by 65 ladies of the Diocese. There was a great time of Fellowship with singing, Quiz, and Games followed by lunch.........more
On March 6, 2015 being the World Day of Prayer was dedicated to the Country “Bahamas”. The Delhi Diocesan Women's Fellowship organized celebration at St. James Church, Kashmiri Gate. Despite being Holi festival, the event was well attended by more than 150 members of Diocesan ladies from different Churches, a few families & pastors. Each Church brought with them refreshments which were laid out on the Church lawn. It was an occasion to thank God for the people of Bahamas......more
The DWFCS celebrated the Annunciation Day on 25th March, 2015 at St. Mary Home. The gathering was attended by the members of different Churches. The ladies sang song and mingled with the elderly members of the St. Mary Home who were given refreshment brought by the members.......more