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New Covenant Church of Philadelphia holds Holy Spirit Encounter Conference Oct.25-Nov. 1

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October 22, 2015 Category: Oasis Posted by:

ABOVE PHOTO:  Pastor Dr. Hyacinth Bobb Grannum

New Covenant Church of Philadelphia is gearing up for its Holy Spirit Encounter Conference – 2015. The Conference takes place at New Covenant, 7500 Germantown Ave., the week-long series runs from Sunday, October 25th through Sunday, November 1st. With  it’s theme of “Winning Souls for Christ as Your Life Mission” – the Great Commandment in Matthew 28:19 – “Go therefore, and make Disciples of all nations.”

This stimulating topic promises to impact the entire family; thus, parents are encouraged to have their children accompany them to the events.  In addition to general sessions, where all are welcome, there will be breakout workshops for adults, for youth (6th grade and higher) and for children (1st – 3rd & 4th- 5th grades). Each workshop is targeted to inspire the attention and interest of the particular group. The general sessions and workshops are free and open to all. Registration for the workshops is strongly encouraged: Register at

Bishop C. Milton Grannum

Bishop C. Milton Grannum

Among the speakers for this dynamic conference are: Apostle Abraham Fenton (Co-Founder and Co-Pastor of Abundant Life Fellowship Church, Edgewater Park, New Jersey) who is known for his clear and powerful messages which have brought profound change to the lives of people all over the world; Alicia Fenton Greenaway, Esq. brings a rich background in both ministry and law;  Prophet Eric Butler (Founder/Senior Pastor of True Vine Christian Center in Lincoln Park, New Jersey) and Prophet Gary Heyes (Living Hope Christian Assembly in Ontario, Canada) are both extraordinary speakers with phenomenal gifts of prophecy.

Specific information on the various workshops and time schedule can be obtained when registering at or, for general information, call the church office at 215-247-7500, Ext. 0. You may also visit us on: f/nccp and [email protected],


About New Covenant Church of Philadelphia: Bishop C. Milton Grannum and his wife, the Rev. Dr. Hyacinth Bobb Grannum founded New Covenant in November of 1982. The church is located on its own 38-acre campus, with a 56-unit apartment complex for senior citizens and accommodations for various schools and businesses. The campus is on the National Register of Historic Places. As a Bishop in the Church of God, Bishop Grannum oversees several ministries and congregations both in the United States and internationally.

New Covenant’s mission:  “We are connecting children, youth and adults everywhere to Jesus Christ and to one another, teaching them to fulfill God’s purpose for their lives with faith and excellence.”

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