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We're a fellowship of believers and this is where you belong.

Who We Are

CITAM & Audience

We are a Pentecostal Church submitted totally to the Blessed Holy Spirit. We are an English-speaking Church with a target audience among the urban populace.

PURPOSE

To Know God and To Make Him Known

We are a Church with a Ministry approach that is holistic and we seek to reach out to the whole person with the life changing Gospel.

OBJECTIVE

Missions & Community

Being missions oriented, we focus on having an outreach to the wider community within their context. We are a community of believers, open to people of all tribes, races and social-strata of the community.

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Where You Belong

If you are looking for a Church and a place to Worship, your search has come to a good end.

Whichever step you feel you are in below, do not hesitate to get in touch with us and we’ll further guide you. Welcome to CITAM Karen, Where you Belong.

Documents:

Membership Form

Baby Dedication Form

Water Baptism Form

Step 1.

Join Class 101

The first step is Class 101, where you will be taken through the CITAM history, beliefs as well as culture. Baptism of the Holy Spirit by Immerson will be pre-requisite for full membership.

Step 2.

Confirmation as a Member

Your confirmation will be approved by the resident senior pastor and you will be conferred in front of the other members as a welcome to the CITAM community.

Step 3.

Welcome to CITAM

Welcome to CITAM Karen, where you belong. Feel free to join a ministry or participate in any church event of your liking. We're glad to have you.

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April 24, 2022

The Glory and the Power of the Cross

In the spirit and mood of Easter, Bishop emeritus Adoyo took us through the glory and power of the Cross. Bishop emeritus, later expounded on the History of the Cross. It dates back to the final plague in Egypt when God wanted to release His people from Israel. The cross manifested in the smearing of the doors with blood on the Israelites’ lintel and doorposts. This was spearing then from judgement by the angel of death. This was the first cross in the Bible. The lamb had to be killed for the blood to be identified by the angel of death so that he could pass over it. This was the first Passover that the Israelite celebrated through to the time of Jesus. It was a sequel to the coming of Jesus himself.
  • Speaker

    Bishop Adoyo: Bishop Emeritus, CITAM

  • Bible Verses

    Galatians 6:14; 1 Corinthians 6:17; John 1:29

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April 4, 2022

DVBS APRIL 2022

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March 29, 2022

Hopes Reloaded

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April 11, 2022

High Schoolers Spring Day Camp

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