Crooked Creek Baptist will be presenting a license for Christian ministry to Pastor Emmanuel Musinga this Saturday, June 13 in a service at the church (5540 Michigan Rd) from 4-6 p.m. Pastor Musinga is in our country as a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo and is leading a community of other refugees who have settled in Indianapolis. Pastor Emmanuel and the church, Grace Tabernacle, have been worshiping at Crooked Creek Baptist for almost 2 years now.
The service will feature a combined choir of African music, as several communities of refugees from all over the U.S and Canada will be participating. We will also hear words from the ABC IN/KY Executive Minister, Rev. Soozi Ford and Area Resource Minister, Jim Walters. The charge to our candidate will come from Dr. Paul Gitwaza who is the President of the Alliance of Evangelical Churches in Rwanda, and a close and personal friend to Emmanuel.
Immediately following the service an authentic African meal will be served in Fellowship Hall. We hope you will be able to join us to both be a blessing and be blessed in this celebration!