By Michael Boeglay | Ganta City, Nimba County – Liberia

The Miller McAllister United Methodist Church in Ganta City witnessed a significant event as Bishop Samuel Quire, the resident Bishop of the Liberia Annual Conference/United Methodist Church, formally inducted the newly appointed district superintendent of Gompa district conference.

In his sermon during the induction service, Bishop Quire emphasized the importance of unity among the district superintendent and the people of Gompa district conference. He urged them to work together harmoniously, emphasizing unity of mind, spirit, character, and purpose. Quire referenced Jesus’ prayer for unity among his disciples before his departure, underscoring the value of togetherness in love and unity.

Addressing the broader community, Bishop Quire called upon the people of Nimba County to reject tribalism and animosity, highlighting the potential for collective progress if divisions are overcome. He emphasized the importance of national unity and encouraged prayers for Liberia, particularly in the context of the looming issues surrounding war and economic crimes.

Expressing gratitude for the opportunity to serve, Rev. Ebenezer Belleh, the newly appointed district superintendent of Gompa District Conference LAC/UMC, pledged to work diligently with every member of the district for the betterment of the conference. He emphasized the need for collective effort and reconciliation, leaving behind past grievances.

Rev. Belleh brings a wealth of experience, having served the Guinea circuit for over eight years before assuming his current role. The Gompa District Conference of the LAC/UMC, established in 1955, boasts a significant membership and a network of local churches, reflecting its central regional influence.

The induction ceremony was attended by esteemed figures including Mother Richlin K. Quire, Rev. Julius Sawolo Nelson, and other clergy members, alongside youth and young adults, emphasizing the collective commitment to the future of the church and the community.

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