National Christian Centre, Abuja

National Ecumenical Centre, Abuja

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Also known as National Christian Centre, the National Ecumenical Centre is one of the largest Christian centres in Abuja. The centre displays remarkable work of architecture and excellent work of craftsmanship. The striking church edifice represents the neogothic style of work.

Visitors to the centre can see the pivotal arches leading to the altar. The altar is placed in the central point in the church and devotees can complete a rotation in about just 10 minutes. The right wing of the church has a pipe organ, from where the church choir sings, during the mass services.

The windows have colourful stained galls windows in red, green and yellow. The centre organises every Christian ceremony and it is open for the public on days other than public holidays.

Guided tours are also available at the centre and the trained guide help visitors move around and get to know more about the history of the construction and the style employed in the construction of this beautiful edifice.

Features and facilities

  • Conference Center
  • Religious school
  • Library
  • Offices
  • Residential facilities

 

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