The Remedy Chapel International Movement over the weekend observed two years of establishment which coincided with the dedication of its newly build edifice located in Airfield, Sinkor -Monrovia.
Several religious leaders and members of the church and the public graced the occasion.
Bishop Isaac S. Winker of the Dominion Christian Fellowship, who also participated in the ceremony, praised Rev. Philemon A. Tarpeh, Head Pastor and members of Remedy Chapel International Movement for the new edifice.
He said the "beautiful structure clearly shows that the Remedy Chapel International Movement family is ready to proclaim God's message throughout the country."
"The dedication of this newly built house of God clearly indicates that Pastor Tarpeh and his members attach serious importance to sharing the good news of God not only in Liberia but also internationally," Rev. Winker emphasized.
In brief remarks, Pastor Tarpeh informed the congregation that the dedication of their new edifice is the beginning of what is
about to happen at Remedy Chapel International Movement.
"My dream is to see Remedy Chapel International Movement across the country because our concern is to win more souls for God's temple," he indicated.
During the occasion several pastoral assistants, elders, deacons and deaconesses were appointed and presented to the congregation.
The new edifice has an approximate seating capacity of 5,000 persons.