The newly minted Colorado Association of African Pastors (CAAP), held its inaugural meeting Saturday June 20.
The event took place at the Praise Chapel International Ministries in Aurora. The event brought together some of Africa’s “star pastors and preachers” throughout Colorado.
“If we can join forces together, we can move mountains,” said Emmanuel Eliason, founder and senior pastor at World Gospel Tabernable of Aurora. “We are here to celebrate the beginning of great things around the community and the nation.”
According to information distributed during the event, we are told that the goal of the association is to help bring “unity, accountability, to build healthy relationships, create opportunities for training and to act as a support group for African pastors in Colorado.” The event was marked with a worship service and discussions about the organizations vision and plans for the future.
More information is available on the organization’s website.