The Anglican Diocese of Ogbaru recorded the First valedictory service at her seminary – The King’s Ambassadors Seminary, Atani. The seminary which started with quite a bleak state in 2015 has over the first six years recorded a consistent and commendable growth on all sides.
To the glory of God, therefore, the diocese with her seminary family celebrated the first and maiden valedictory service of the her first seminary graduates on Friday, 8th October, 2021 at the seminary chapel – The Ambassadors Chapel.
The diocesan Bishop and Proprietor, the Rt. Rev’d Prosper A. Amah, during his sermon on the topic, GODLY SUCCESS charged the graduating seminarians and all in attendance to ensure courageous obedience to God through His Word as obedience has over time proven a sure route for a courageous move that would culminate in GODLY SUCCESS.
“It takes courage to obey God.” He emphasized.
The diocesan community and the seminary family were grateful to God for His love and mercy these years. It was a successful and engaging six-year-run.
In the service were featured:
•The inauguration of the seminary’s alumni (Old Boys) association.
•The cutting of valedictory cake.
•The unveiling and launching of The Pacesetters Magazine.
We give all Glory to God.
THE KING’S AMBASSADORS SEMINARY…
FLOURISHING UNDER GOD’S CARE.