Dunamis International Gospel Centre is a dynamic Pentecostal Christian Church. She is known for her 100,000 seating capacity auditorium known as the Glory Dome. The Church is presided by the founder, Pastor Dr. Paul Enenche. Dr. Paul Enenche, upon God’s divine instruction, named the ministry Dunamis International Gospel Centre.
HISTORY OF DUNAMIS INTERNATIONAL GOSPEL CENTRE
On May 28, 1996, in the small town of Jos, Nigeria, It started that as a young doctor Paul Enenche was at a crossroads of his life. He could relocate to London to be with his beautiful wife, also a doctor; he could visit a prestigious university abroad to step up his medical qualification; or, if he wanted to stay in Nigeria, he had two attractive medical appointments open.
However, he was restless, and decided to take some time to seek God’s Face to lead him from the crossroads. He journeyed to a mountain on the outskirts of Jos to be with God. It was from seeking the face of the lord on which to do that he receive a mandate of the great establishment and had to focus on God.
- FOUNDING DAY: Dunamis International Gospel Centre was founded in November, 1996.
- NUMBER OF MEMBERS : The Church has over 100,000 members.
- HEADQUARTERS: The Headquarters of the Church is located at The Lord’s Garden, Airport Road, Abuja, Nigeria.
- BRANCHES: OTHER BRANCHES IN ABOUT 6 STATES
- FOUNDER: Dunamis Church was founded by Dr PAUL ENENCHE.
- CURRENT LEADER: The Current Leaders of the church are senior Pastors PAUL and BECKY-PAUL ENENCHE.
Dunamis International Gospel Centre Programme/ Event Calendar
This Are Special Program that Takes Places in Christ Embassy Church;
- Daily Worship Service
- Holy Ghost Service
- Power Communion Service
- Healing and Deliverance Services
- International Gospel Music Ministers Conference
- International Ministers Flaming Fire Conference
- Sunday service Livestream
- Seed of Destiny by DR. Paul Enenche
SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLES
- Instagram – Dunamis Int’l Gospel Centre
- Facebook – Dunamis International Gospel Centre
- Twitter – @DunamisGospel