Complete Profile & Latest Information About The United Missionary Church of Africa
The United Missionary Church of Africa (UMCA) is a mission-oriented ministry. The Church was founded by the first missionary named Rev. A. W. Banfield when he arrived in Nigeria at Tsonga, now in Edu Local Government Area, in 1905. The church has over 23 districts, and a reputable theological college.
The Church has it head quarters along Ajase ipo road, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED MISSIONARY CHURCH OF AFRICA
United Missionary Church of Africa was planted in Nigeria when the first missionary named Rev. A. W. Banfield arrived in Nigeria at Tsonga, now in Edu Local Government Area, in 1905.
He came under the umbrella of United Missionary Society (UMS). Through this society, Nigeria was fortunate enough to have up to seventy-four missionaries between 1905 and 1948.
The missionaries laboured relentlessly and their effort was blessed with the formation of UMCA in 1955. On September, 29th 1955, the United Missionary Church of Africa (UMCA) became a corporate body under the land perpetual succession ordinance cap 107 of the Federal Republic of Nigeria with registration number 427.
- FOUNDING DAY: UMCA was founded in the year 1955.
- HEADQUARTERS: The Headquarters is located along Ajase Ipo road, Opposite Nigerian air force, Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria, West Africa.
- BRANCHES: The church currently boasts of about 23 thriving districts in Nigeria.
- FOUNDER: The founder of UMCA is Rev and Missionary A. W. Banfield.
United Missionary Church of AFrica (UMCA) Programme / Events Calendar
- Sunday Service
- Bible Study
- Prayer Meeting
- Monthly Thanksgiving
- Meeting with the Lord
The Church runs the United Missionary Theological College, Ilorin (Nigeria).