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Julius Laggah

Bishop Julius Laggah is the Senior Pastor of the Bethel Cathedral of Praise in Freetown Sierra Leone, and the General Secretary of the Bethel World Outreach Ministries International. His responsibilities includes but not limited to coordinating all the over 300 churches in more than 25 nations of the world. He is also the Bishop of the second Diocese with jurisdiction over Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Ghana with a direct oversight of over 85 Churches, with a vision to plant 1000 more churches in every town and village in Sierra Leone. He is happily married for 23 years to Olayinka the wife of his youth, and they are blessed with three children – Julia (22), Joy (17) and Julicia (15).

 

 

Abraham Turay

Rev. Abraham Felix Turay is the National Overseer of the Bethel World Outreach Ministries Sierra Leone. He doubles as the Senior Pastor of the Bethel Cline Town Worship Centre Rev. Turay joined Bethel World Outreach Ministries Sierra Leone in 1995 and since then he had faithfully carried out various assignments in diverse capacities such as Assistant Pastor at the Central or Headquarter Church, National Missions Director for Church Planting activities, National Secretary, working assiduously in administration of the ministry. He was actively involved in the training of disciples for effective and efficient work in the church, training of Ministers for transformational leadership and equipping Missionaries for church planting activities Rev. Abraham Felix Turay is also currently serving as the Director of the Bethel Christian Institute which caters for all Christians irrespective of church or denomination in the body of Christ who desire to be grounded in the undiluted word of God. He is married to Rev. Mrs. Olivia Turay and blessed with three children.

HISTORY OF THE BETHEL SIERRA LEONE CHURCH

Bethel Sierra Leone started on 4th October 1992. From its humble beginnings through the leadership of Bishop Julius Laggah and his supportive wife Rev. Olayinka Laggah, Bethel Sierra Leone now has over 80 branches all over the country and still growing, 12 primary schools, 2 secondary schools, one Bible Institute and a Bible College that offers training to ministers of the Gospel not only for Bethel, but for the body of Christ in Sierra Leone at diploma, associate and undergraduate degrees levels.

To the glory of God, the ministry has embarked on a construction project of its new home, the Destiny City on a 1.6 acres of land in the Dworzark Farm area in the heart of the city of Freetown. It will house a 5000-seater auditorium, a standard primary school, a medical clinic and an administrative block. We are trusting God to complete this project within the shortest time possible.

 

Bethel Sierra Leone Churches