The Pentecostal Repentant Church in Phoenix recently celebrated its 41 years Anniversary.
The church which was started by Dr Arnold Subramoney in his mothers lounge soon after his conversion has been a haven for thousands of people over these 41 years. The churches mission arm, “CherithCare Centre” has housed thousands of poor, disabled and poverty stricken families. Currently the facility is under renovation but still assist families with food and clothing.
Rev. Dr. Arnold and his wife Pastor Mogie Subramany have worked in this community ensuring that people have food on their plates and decently living conditions.
Speaking about the occasion, Rev. Dr. Arnold Subramany said that he “loved serving people.”
“I have a passion for the Community, for helping the poor. Over these 41 years God, Jesus Christ, Has been faithful. Our ministry has touched the lives of thousands around the world. Any amount of success we have today is only because of Jesus Christ,” said Dr Subramany.
To Commemorate the Anniversary the church hosted a week long programme of services. Speaking at the opening of the ceremony was MF Councillor Jonathan Annipen.
Annipen said “I was delighted to share in this occasion of this 41st Anniversary as the key note speaker on the opening night. Dr. Arnold has been a sterling example of Leadership in this community. He has invested his time, resources and skills in this community. He left a lucrative job to take care of the poor and needy. Although he faced many challenges he remained resolute and devoted to his call for that he must be commended.”