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Local Pastor Leads Community to Build a Home for Growing Church

Local International church embarks on fundraising campaign to secure a permanent home.

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Pastor Uchenna Obidike of House of Prayer Ministries International (HOPMI) church is rallying the community to help secure a permanent home for their rapidly expanding congregation. The church, which began in a living room and currently operates in a Condominium Business Unit, seeks a dedicated space to accommodate its growing numbers and fulfill its mission.

The immediate goal is to raise funds for land and construction of a “Church” that serves the diverse needs of the community. Long-term plans include adding childcare, early childhood development programs, and support for the underprivileged through food and clothing assistance.

HOPMI welcomes members from over 20 countries ncluding Ghana, Togo, Jamaica, Cameroon, Trinidad and Tobago, America, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Mali, South Africa, Malawi, Kenya, Zambia, Romania, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Mexico, El Salvador, Philippines and many more, fostering multicultural diversity within Montgomery County’s diverse population. With a vision to be an inclusive sanctuary for all, the church aims to serve the county’s 1 million residents, encompassing White, Hispanic, Black, and Asian communities.

Donations to this 501(c)(3) nonprofit are tax-deductible and crucial to advancing the ministry’s outreach. Pastor Obidike invites everyone to attend services and contribute to this noble cause. Every donation, big or small, brings them closer to their dream. The gofundme campaaign can be founde here

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