?All are welcome to join as we grow and express our faith, by providing an environment for people to worship, discuss and share the word of God as well as their personal experience in a practical and artistic manner.


Our objectives are highlighted below:

  • Bring together a community of students and staff with shared interest in the Christian Faith.
  • Engage in Bible studies and topical discussions.
  • Encourage networking and mentoring with industry/academic contacts;
  • Sustain a dynamic, fun and edifying environment at RGU, Aberdeen and beyond, for leisure activities, to make friends and network.
  • Express ourselves through art, music and theatre.



  • Tamuno-Oribi Edmund-Tam’nabo (President), 
  • Mariah Ichpaka (Vice-President), 
  • Kene Okafor (Secretary), 
  • Ifunanya Maryann Odume (Treasurer), 

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