Kenyans Celebrate London International Day Event In Style


Kenyans Celebrate London International Day Event In Style
Kenyans Celebrate London International Day Event In StyleRevival House held their annual International Day event on Sunday. The event was organised to recognize the various nationalities in the church. currently Revival House has 19 nationality represented and the number is growing every day. Revival House has a culture of honour . The culture of honour means that what you honour will work for you. So if you honour people in various positions and from different nations you will be reap that honour in various ways in your life.

There was presentations fron various nations including Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Congo,Liberia, Uganda, South Africa, India, Tanzania and a luo dance from  Kenya. Time was the only limiting factor. There was also performances from the Sunday School groups namely blessed Noah’s Ark (Age 2 – 4), blessings (4 – 6 ), Shinning Stars (6 – 8), Victors (8 – 10) Junior Youth (10 – 12) and the youth also known as Young and Gifted (12 – 16). There was  a surprise presentation from Steve and a gland finale from the ladies. Revival House would like to thank all who made the day so colourful and glorious. Please visit Photos by

A section of the congregation  From left, The Mayor of Barking and Dagenham Elizabeth Kangethe, Mr Njega, Mr. Seed and Pastor Jane Njiiri dresssed in Maasai attire

Crowning the day was the Congo team with Lingala dance led by Barbara and Claude (4th and 5th from right) everyone joined including Mayor Elizabeth Kangethe (2nd right) who dressed like an Kikuyu woman

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