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Here at CAC(Bethel), heaven and all it affords is our goal.  We seek to know God through Christ Jesus, love and serve Him, and as He demands, love our neighbours as ourselves. All told, we make it our business that together we make heaven!
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Our Mission

The mission of Christ Apostolic Church (Bethel) UK is the same as Jesus gave to his disciples in Matthew 28:19 – 20
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Our Branches

The growth and works of CAC (Bethel) are not limited to the United Kingdom alone, We currently have branches in Tanzania and Nigeria.
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CAC (Bethel) TV

Offers video on demand services of activities in CAC (Bethel) UK and inspiring sermons & teachings from late Apostle Omideyi.
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Latest sermon

Quotes from Apostle A A Omideyi

25th October 1998

"God's covenant for you will take years to mature, but all he demands from you is to walk in righteousness for unrighteousness will rob you of your destiny."

 
1st July 1997

"Christ Leads, We Follow; In His Word We Stand."

 
12th July 1997

"The word of God is the central pillar of Christianity"

 
20th July 1997

"The ultimate price of anything the devil gives you is your soul – beware!!!"

 

CAC Blogs

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Branches

Sower International Evangelical Ministry Church Branches/Missions

Sower International Evangelical Ministry (SIEM) , the Evangelical arm of the Church was founded in 1987. Its’ primary focus is on national and international missions. All our evangelical missions operate under the SIEM banner.

The growth and works of SIEM are not limited to the United Kingdom alone, but have spread right across many countries. SIEM has over the years organised revival meetings within the UK and abroad – main international meetings in the past being at India, Philippines, USA, Ghana, West Indies, Kenya, Romania, Tanzania and Nigeria. It seeks to spread the gospel especially to the less privileged parts of the world.

The mission of Christ Apostolic Church (Bethel) UK is the same as Jesus gave to his disciples in Matthew 28:19 – 20: “ Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And lo, I am with you always to the close of the age”.

 

This mission is carried out in the following ways:

  • Evangelism through SIEM, the primary evangelical arm of the ministry
  • Broadcast services on the Sky digital platform through FAITH TV, currently channel 591
  • Through the CAC (Bethel) UK Website – this offers video on demand services and scheduled programs through CAC (Bethel) TV
  • Sower Publications the Late Apostle Ayo Omideyi including videos, CD’s, DVD’s
  • Sowercare projects in Tanzania
  • The Pacesetters youth project in Nigeria

 

Underpinning this mission statement is:

Our Ethos:
“Prayer is our business, the Word our priority, Salvation our message”

Our Motto:
“Christ leads, we follow

Kibosha Branch – Mapinga

Sower School Fellowship

Sowercare for the Elderly Feeding Program- Mapinga Bagamoyo- Tanzania

Bethel experience Revival service

Sower International Evangelical Ministry, Tanzania

Sower Media Trust

Po Box 25533

Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Tel: 255 715 081 244

Our Romford branch opened for its first service on Sunday 23rd July 2019. The branch is led by resident Pastor Michael Osundun and assisted by Deaconess Bola osundun.

They have services every Sunday from 2pm to 4pm.

Selela Project- Tanzania

OUR STORY

Sower Care is an initiative of CAC (Bethel) UK who have carried out several missionary projects across various countries. During a visit to the village of Selela, located in the Arusha region of northern Tanzania, the Minister in charge and Founder of the Sower Care initiative, Fadeke Omideyi and her team quickly became aware of the needs of this deeply rural, under resourced and very primitive part of the country. This part of the country is characterised by the ancient Maasai tribe, who are historically known as warriors and their culture revolves around their cattle.

After visiting schools in nearby Ndinyika and Nadosoito, – sub – villages of Selela, Fadeke and her team were heartbroken to witness the extreme lack of resources within the schools. The only structures in one of the schools were 3 poorly equipped classrooms with hardly any amenities, catering for 348 pupils. This meant different class levels share rooms. Due to overcrowding, the younger children study under a tree. Another nursery school had a single ‘shed’ like room made of bamboos and mud. Teachers and children alike would walk an average of 8 miles (around 2.5 hours walk) forth and back to school daily.

Directly observing this plight spurred the decision for the founder to create an initiative that is dedicated to “Building a better Future” for the children, which has become the mantra of Sower Care. The initiative applies the concept of identifying needs

Background & Research

The government in Tanzania has decreed that all children over 6 years old must attend primary school. This is almost impossible as the schools do not have the capacity to accommodate the children. In Arusha and Moshi, which are very underdeveloped, primitive parts the country, primary schools typically have well over 1000 pupils with only around six or seven classrooms. An average of 150+ pupils per class is not uncommon. A needs analysis conducted by Mondo challenge foundation among 12 schools in the Arusha and Meru region reflected this situation. It showed that the numbers in some classes were so much that the desks were inadequate and up to 5 pupils occupied a bench meant for 2.

According to the Human Rights Watch, “Tanzanian law and international treaties that Tanzania has ratified state that everyone under 18 has a right to education”. This ‘right’ relies on children passing the Primary School Exam which is required to access public Secondary Education . Many children fail this exam due to lack of resources and are pushed out of school each year long before they are 18 years old. More than 400,000 children (49.4%) failed the exam in 2013, in the previous year 69.3% failed. Girls are also disproportionately affected with lower percentages passing the exam

The Contributing Factors for this situation are:

  • Overcrowded classrooms
  • Lack of teachers

Overcrowded classrooms

Typically there can be between 150 – 200 pupils per teacher. This draws to attention the quality of education the pupils receive and the ability of the primary school teachers to effectively monitor and improve the progress/performance of pupils that need more help.

Project Facts

  • 3 out of 4 children in the rural parts of Tanzania will not finish primary school
  • The children have a 70% chance of failure
  • 80% of the children are unlikely to progress to secondary education

Selela Project- Tanzania

Some examples of how the children and people get by from day to day

Masai Tribe

Current overcrowded classroom

Students learning under a tree in the hot weather

OUR FINANCE

Every penny Sower Care receives goes towards our projects. We do not currently have high running costs and we use the existing structures of CAC (Bethel) UK for our office  and resources base. Majority of our funds will be raised from organisations and businesses, as well as public/individual donations and corporate partners. Their funding will help Sower Care stay innovative in designing new projects to improve lives.

 Our “Gofundme” page has raised

£665 of £36,920 goal

Raised by 22 people in 22 months

https://www.gofundme.com/buildingSchoolsinSelelaTanzania

 

David Camp Prayer Ground

Jesus said: “Come away by yourself and rest for a while”. (Mk 6:3 RSV) David Camp is a Prayer Ground situated on 2 acres of grounds. It offers a place of tranquility, where you can forget all the worries of life, concentrate on seeking the face of God, hearing His voice as Samuel did and experience a closer walk with God.

David Camp offers day retreats for individuals or groups with the option of holding night vigils. There is paid accommodation (nominal rate) available for those requiring over-night stay for as long as they wish. Please note that the camp does not permit couples, married or unmarried to share sleeping rooms. Although there is ample space for individuals to benefit from the tranquility, congregational fellowship through worship and prayers is enjoyed amongst others within the camp.

The Camp is a ‘Praying Mountain’ and therefore must not be defiled in any way.

Jacob’s Well Chapel

(Jacob’s Well Life-giving water)

The Jacob’s Well Chapel was commissioned and consecrated in 2009. It enshrines a well of sanctified water, which by the word of the Lord is made available for all who wish to draw from the power of the water of Life. To the glory of God, there continues to be testimonies of those who by faith receive their healing, deliverance, etc. from the use of this sanctified water.

Chapel of Light at David Camp

The Chapel of Light is open to groups who want to worship or hold Christian seminars, prayer meetings, etc.

Revival Services at David Camp

The Prayer Ground at the centre of the grounds is available to individuals and groups who want to travail in prayer

Prayer Patches are individual allotments sanctified for specific prayer needs. 

They are designated for travailing in prayer for specific needs such as ‘Deliverance’, ‘Healing’, ‘Mercy’, ‘Victory’, ‘Holy Spirit’, ‘Forgiveness’ ’Fruits of the Womb’ and ‘Blessings’.

Take a step of faith on to one of these hallowed grounds and put your request before the Lord.

Location

Sower Avenue, kilometre 3, Ijoko-Agbado Road
Sango-Otta, Ogun State, Nigeria.

Tel: 07087627593; 08177533218
Camp Co-ordinator: Mother Kadeshi

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Meiran Branch– “Chapel of Truth”

Location:

3-5 Adenekan Street
Rimax Estate, Meiran
Lagos / Abeokuta Express Way
Lagos

Resident Minister: Evangelist Patrick Olabamiji

Tel: +234 816 738 9891; +234 803 041 6288

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Sower Prayer House Mapinga

The Sower Media Trust (SMT) is the Charity registered name of the Sower International Evangelical Ministry (SIEM) in Tanzania.(Evangelical arm of the Church).

SMT began its mission work at Mbezi Beach Tanzania in 2002 with discipleship training for pastors of various churches in Tanzania.  Following this training programme revival meetings were held in Bagamoyo, Kigoma Mushy Korogwa. The mission grew and the prayer house for fellowship and worship was started at Super-Mbezi Beach in 2008.  Since then, revival meetings have been held in various areas of Dar-es-salam. Outreach and evangelism activities have taken place in Magaruwe, Majo-Gongolamboto, Mwaza in a bid to reach out to those who have not received the true teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Programs

  • Sunday : – Sunday Service             9.00am
  • Tuesday – Bible Study                     6.00pm
  • Friday – Prayer Meeting                 3.00pm

Location:

Kimbosha, Mapinga
Bagamoyo District
Dar-Es-Salaam
Tanzania

Resident Minister: Pastor Ibrahim Ngasani
Tanzania Missions Co-ordinator: Sister Joyce Ndowo
Tel: +255 718 474 794;  +255 754 404 998

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Sower Prayer House Salasala

The Sower Media Trust (SMT) is the Charity registered name of the Sower International Evangelical Ministry (SIEM) in Tanzania.(Evangelical arm of the Church).

SMT began its mission work at Mbezi Beach Tanzania in 2002 with discipleship training for pastors of various churches in Tanzania.  Following this training programme revival meetings were held in Bagamoyo, Kigoma Mushy Korogwa. The mission grew and the prayer house for fellowship and worship was started at Super-Mbezi Beach in 2008.  Since then, revival meetings have been held in various areas of Dar-es-salam. Outreach and evangelism activities have taken place in Magaruwe, Majo-Gongolamboto, Mwaza in a bid to reach out to those who have not received the true teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Programs

  • Sunday : – Sunday Service                                    10.00am
  • Wednesday – Bible Study                                      4.30pm

Location:

Africana, Kinondoni District
Dar-Es-Salaam
Tanzania

Resident Minister: Pastor Ibrahim Ngasani
Tanzania Missions Co-ordinator: Sister Joyce Ndowo
Tel: +255 718 474 794;  +255 754 404 998

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Prophetess Fadeke Omideyi – Minister in Charge

“I am Called To Make a Difference”

I have Decided and I am Determined

With Dedication and Devotion to pursue my Dream

That Dream will be fulfilled to make a

Divine Difference wherever God Leads me"