The recently elected new leaders of ADEPR (The association for Pentecostal churches in Rwanda) have started touring through churches and district getting to know the congregation and the vision of the church starting with Kamonyi District.

ADEPR elected committee begin tour through churches

Some members of the newly elected committee

Pastor Yohani Sibomana says they plan on visiting all the districts of the country to get to know their congregation and their leaders especially on the social affairs and the development of the congregation physically and spiritually.  The new ADEPR leaders led by the new speaker Pastor Yohani Sibomana on Thursday the 2nd.May.2013 visited Kamonyi ADEPR church in Runda sector in Kabagesera cell and had a discussion with different ADEPR leaders from different parishes and villages of ADEPR in the district.

Pastor Jean Marie Vianney Kalisa the senior pastor in southern Region says their church has just come out of problems based on tribes and ever since the new committee was elected in March 2013, they are moving around to meet those who elected them and work on the church’s vision together.

ADEPR elected committee begin tour through churches

The new committee with the congregation

In the economic development, the ADEPR plans to introduce associations for savings and credit services to support their congregation to work on development projects. The newly elected committee is moving in all the districts of the country showing the congregation the changes that were done, how Christians should be doing God’s work and how to work towards their development both spiritually and physically.

After the troubles on tribal differences and financial management disagreements and fighting for administration positions that characterized ADEPR Church in the most part of 2012, leaders at the district levels were elected on 26th.Feb.2013 in Muhanga district.

Such problems that made ADEPR Rwanda chaotic led to the election of the new administrative committee taking over the then operating committee that was led by Pastor Samuel Usabwimana.





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