The Pentecost Anglican Church Men’s Fellowship was founded in 2008 through the initiative of Ven. (Dr.) Dennis Egbogah who at the time was the Vicar of the Church. He was of the view that the men of the Church had a meaningful role to play in the ministry of the Church. Pharmacist Joshua Yaro is currently the president of the fellowship.
Aims and Objectives
To build up together our life in Christ and to promote fellowship among Christian men, through worship, prayer and service.
To promote good family life and create, among men, a will to be responsible citizens.
To encourage men to bring up their children in the faith and life of the church.
To foster closer relationships with the men of other men's organisations.
To develop and maintain closer relationships with other organisations within the Church.
To provide a means of circulating information about males within the Diocese, and Pentecost Anglican Church congregation specifically.