Faith Revival Temple Church - LIBERIA
FRTC CONGO TOWN
Faith Revival Temple Church in Congo Town is our mother church. It currently has an active membership of 150, including youth and adults. The resident overseer and Senior Pastor is Rev. Toomey. The church is currently working extend their building to a 3rd floor.
Faith Revival Temple Church in Moulton Corner is progressing. Youth Pastor Jusu Kamara and his team of leaders are forging ahead with church development. There is rapid growth, numerically and spiritually. The have a plan to do a new roofing of their edifice, and are soliciting some support for more Bibles and Sunday school materials. FRTC Brewerville is also expressing interest in getting a video projector to enhance mass evangelism for church numerical growth.
FTRC Pipeline in Paynesville City, which hosted the 2017 National Convention, is a large church overseen by Rev. Joseph T. Marsh. There is currently a lot of work going on at the building. The window bars and steel doors are already in place and the floor is near completion. However, much is still needed to be done in order to put FRTC Pipeline on par with our sister Churches.
FRTC MORRIS’ FARM
The positive competition to shine is keeping FRTC Morris’ Farm in Paynesville very busy. There is construction taking place inside the sanctuary and outside the church compound. Rev. Douglas Zohar is the captain in charge of FRTC Morris Farm.
FTRC BUCHANAN, BAYES TOWN
Faith Revival Buchanan Church and Baye’s Town church are located in Grand Bassa County. Both churches have fewer membership than our sister churches and face many challenges.
FRTC TWO EDGED SWORD CHILDREN MINISTRY
The Ministry established and headed by Pastor Beatrice Ashong is outside of Monrovia, in Kakata City, Margibi County. The Miniistry recently received financial assistance from our Bishop to purchase land for construction. They are currently seeking external support.
FRTC NABALLAH COMMUNITY
The Naballah Community preaching point in Paynesville is one of the newest of Faith revival Temple Ministries in Liberia. It was established by Pastor Samuel D. Saye, an assistant Pastor at Pipeline Church.