The Elevation Church saves over 3500 financially challenged, with medical outreach
It is never again odd to hear or read blunt reactions of the church in the present society. These reactions are neither country nor region specific. They overwhelm the media and have prompted an exponential increase in the dimension of doubt and incredulity churches today.
Many non-Christians and even fellow Christians feel that the church is losing its purpose, taking more from individuals than it provides for them. The church of recent has not been as effective as it ought to be
Organisers and partners of the Ubomi Medical Outreach at the conclusion of the event
However, amidst the wide misconception, manipulation, extortions and classist approach to Christianity, especially for churches in Nigeria.
The Elevation Church, a Lagos based interdenominational gathering, is as of now showing others how it’s done and changing the story. The church is opening up its dividers to change its community, induce genuine effect and social significance
In March 2019, The Elevation Church through its social intervention arm, Pistis Foundation, organised a one-week free medical and surgical outreach, tagged ‘Ubomi: Restoring Lives’, for financially challenged individuals in Lagos.
In March 2019, The Elevation Church through its social mediation arm, Pistis Foundation, composed a one-week free medical and careful effort, labeled ‘Ubomi: Restoring Lives’, for financially challenged individuals in Lagos
Despite the fact that the program was exceptionally focused at the individuals who live in neighborhood networks on Lagos Island like Aro, Owode, Itedo, and others around the rivulet, recipients trooped in from all pieces of Lagos and some gone down from different states in the nation to profit by the activity which was completely financed by the church.
During the Ubomi outreach which held from Monday 18th March to Friday 22nd March, The Elevation Church facilitated about 7000 medical interventions for over 3600 patients.
Ubomi, which means life in Xhosa, was true with its name as the effort reestablished life to such a significant number of individuals who generally could never have had the chance to look for medical attention or money related capacity to clear bills, some of which were as high as two million naira.