All Nations Church USA Dedicate New Sanctuary

Loganville, Atlanta – The Head branch of the All Nations Church USA dedicated their new Church Building on Saturday March 28th, 2015 in Loganville, Atlanta in the State of Georgia. The chapel located at 781 Athens Highway, Loganville, was completed earlier this year. Friends, Family, Clergy from far and near joined All Nations Church USA to dedicate their new sanctuary. The Mayor of the city of Loganville, Dan Curry the special guest of honor cut the ribbon to officially commission the building.

The Mayor in his speech said “The city of Loganville is happy to welcome the Church to the community and ready to work with the Church”.

The Judah Praise Choir treated the audience to a spirited and powerful praise and worship, with faces turned upward; worshiping God in Awe. Pastor Joe Asmah of the New Jersey branch of All Nations Church electrified the atmosphere with a selection of songs.

Kharis House as the new Temple is named boasts of three state of the art giant wide screens, a media room with four video Cameras for live streaming, a multipurpose room, Sunday School classrooms, bookstore and administrative offices.  It also has a big parking lot for worshipers.

In attendance were the Ghanaian Ministers Fellowship of Atlanta, and a host of Ministers from all over under the umbrella of Living springs Ministries World wide

The new sanctuary is warmer and has more inviting space than the old place of worship that it replaces.

It’s a great milestone in the church history. The All Nations Church was founded about 15 Years ago by Dr. Frank  Ofosu Appiah.

Dr. Frank Ofosu-Appiah general overseer of All Nations Church is an internationally recognized life coach and leadership architect. He is a respected speaker, author and currently serves as the Senior Pastor of All Nations Church and General Overseer of Living Springs International churches.

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