By: Michael Boeglay | Guinea

In a vibrant ceremony marking Palm Sunday, Bishop Samuel J. Quire, Jr., head of the United Methodist Church in Liberia, has officially inducted Rev. Bismark Johnson Maomy as the new Circuit Superintendent of Guinea Circuit LAC/UMC. The induction service, held at the Egliseh United Methodist Church in Diecke, Guinea on Sunday, March 24th, 2024, was attended by a multitude of faithful and community members.

Bishop Quire’s sermon, themed “When God’s People Dwell Together in Unity,” emphasized the significance of peace and unity amidst diversity, drawing from Psalm 133:1~7. He urged the congregation to foster harmony for the betterment of the Church and the community.

Addressing Rev. Bismark Johnson Maomy and the Guinea Circuit Conference, Bishop Quire emphasized the importance of collaboration and attentive leadership. He expressed hope for a future where the community would eagerly welcome him back.

In response, Rev. Bismark Johnson Maomy expressed gratitude for the trust placed in him and vowed to work tirelessly for the advancement of the Guinea Circuit. He envisioned the circuit’s progression to district status and beyond, aspiring for excellence within the United Methodist Church.

Rev. Maomy rallied support for the construction of a new headquarters in Zeleaqulleh, highlighting the need for financial assistance. Despite challenges, he remained optimistic about the circuit’s growth and development.

The induction ceremony was attended by dignitaries including Lt. Lamber Bouamou of the Guinea Military Barracks and Rev. J. Methuselah Sackie, Dean of the Bishop’s Cabinet. Alongside them were family members, pastors, deaconesses, and lay members, underscoring the significance of the occasion.

The Guinea Circuit, situated on the border between Guinea and Liberia, comprises six churches with a membership of one hundred fifty. Rev. Bismark Johnson Maomy, a distinguished graduate of Gbarnga School of Theology, brings a wealth of experience and a vision for a vibrant future to his new role as Circuit Superintendent.

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