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SURE WORD International Church changed lives changing lives
ABOUT 								US

OUR MISSION


As a people whose lives have been radically transformed by Christ we commit to a divine mandate to reflect God’s mission on earth through our words, deeds and conduct so that we might be changed lives, changing lives by the power of God’s word.

We live out our faith engaging in the following four-fold purpose of our existence as a church:

Worship - This is our interaction and communion with the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit through prayer, praise, and conduct.

Fellowship - This is our interaction with one another for mutual edification as members of God’s family, the household of God, and one Body.

Discipleship - This is our interaction with the Holy Scriptures, the Bible, for our growth in the knowledge of God, maturity in our walk with Him, and our equipping for the work of His Kingdom.

Evangelism & Missions - This is our interaction with the world around us to communicate the unconditional love and peace of God through the proclamation of the Gospel of Christ and various acts of kindness.

Welcome to Sure Word International Church (SWIC), where everyone is somebody and the Word of God is our highest and final authority.

Our worship services are a dynamic experience, contemporary and uplifting. The word of God is given its place of prominence and love is king in every meeting as we enjoy fellowship with one another, worship God and reflect upon His Word.

At SWIC, we believe that everyone who is born of God has a divine purpose and can make significant contributions as a citizen of the kingdom of God. “We are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do” - Ephesians 2:10 (NIV).

With this in mind, we are committed to helping every single person in our congregation grow in the knowledge of God and in becoming who God wants them to be so that they can effectively engage with the work God wants them to do (Ephesians 4:11-16; 1 Peter 4:10).

Grace and peace to you.