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    How to get the best from the Oil of Prosperity

    The Day of Power event was so well received that it continues to reverberate weeks later. On 22 September, more than 11 thousand people received the Oil of Healing at the Kiyan Prince Stadium and on 29 September the Oil of Family was distributed at all the UCKG branches in the UK. If you were […]
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    The Day of Power continues and oh, what a day!

    In continuation of the Day of Power that happened on 22 September, the UCKG held another Day of Power in all of its branches in the UK the following week. Bishop Alvaro, leader of the UCKG in the UK, started a meeting in the headquarters at Finsbury Park with a prayer of agreement, based on […]
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    UCKG holds its first Know your Numbers!® Blood Pressure Awareness week

    Eleven UCKG HelpCentres became official blood ‘Pressure Stations’ for Blood Pressure UK’s ‘Know your Numbers!® week, a national campaign encouraging adults across the UK to know their blood pressure numbers. This year’s awareness week (Monday 9th September to Sunday 15th September) ‘Pressure Stations’ were open in 10 locations in London and 1 in Leeds. Below […]
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    Giving POWER to the masses

    Wave upon wave of people made their way down South Africa Road, enlarging the crowds outside the stadium who anticipated the opening of the gates. At 1pm, the multitude was let in and the seats began steadily to be occupied by excited and eager people. The quiet stadium was quickly filled with the buzz of […]
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    Know Your Numbers Week!® at the UCKG

    High blood pressure – sometimes called the ‘silent killer’ can often be prevented. The UCKG is supporting Know Your Numbers Week!® The Blood Pressure Association’s annual blood pressure testing and awareness week. Church members and local residents are welcome to drop in between 9 – 15 September at the times and locations listed below for […]
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    Nothing to Lose 2 premieres in Brazil and Portugal

    Nothing to Lose 2 premiered in Brazil in 800 cinemas, on Thursday 15 August. It reached first place in tickets sales, removing The Lion King from the top spot, which it had occupied for four consecutive weeks. The film narrates the sequence of events in Bishop Edir Macedo’s life when the UCKG (Universal Church of […]
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    Over 900 youths in London march against gun and knife crime

    Gun and knife crime in the UK has sadly been rising each year, affecting many young people and their families. In response to the wave of knife crime across London, the Victory Youth Group (VYG) held the Life’s Worth Living march to spread awareness. The successful march was held on Saturday 27th July at 3pm, […]

    HelpCentre headquarters, Life’s Worth Living, Universal Church in the UK,

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    A night where anything was made possible

    The Night of Power, which took place on the 16th of July, was an event that marked the lives of hundreds of people. Many arrived at the event with problems that had lingered for weeks, months and some even years. Bishop Alvaro, leader of the UCKG HelpCentre in the UK, began the service by showing […]

    make great things happen, receive a special prayer, the blessings of this world,

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    Inmates’​ Friends & Family Day

    On Saturday 29th June the Rescue of Dignity Group (ROD) held its Inmates’ Family and Friends Day at the UCKG HelpCentre in Finsbury Park, North London. With family members also serving the same sentence as their convicted loved one, the ROD Group decided to hold this event to support families who experience feelings of loss, […]

    expressing her pain, feedback and support, trying to find a job,

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    Study connects heart attacks with holding a grudge

    A recent study has revealed a connection between heart attacks and holding a grudge. One hundred and thirty people participated in the study that concluded that those who found it difficult to forgive had developed more heart related diseases than those who could forgive. Even though it has been a common assumption that grudges and […]

    difficult to forgive, lack of trust,

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