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2 Churches in Nigeria that are Built with Rotating Altars

Posted by on December 16, 2021 — Drop A Comment

Churches as we know, are places designed for people to come and worship and praise God, and although some pastors have built large and well-structured church buildings for their congregations to gather in, others have gone to the extent of using mind blowing architectural designs to build theirs, one of which is an altar that rotates while they stand on it to preach to their members.

Building an altar that rotates is never an easy task as it requires money, an architect that is good in that field, a supervisor and a structural engineer. This set of persons will have to come together to plan and come up with the necessary materials required to bring such idea to reality and two churches in Nigeria have been able to achieve that.

This article therefore, presents 2 Churches in Nigeria that have been able to build altars that rotates and they include;

1. The first church in Nigeria built with a rotating altar is the National Christian Centre located in Abuja.

The National Christian Centre, Abuja is one of the largest Christian centre in Abuja which was built in 2005 after the Christian Association of Nigeria organized a committee to ensure that its completion.

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The altar which is located at the centre of the church, completes a full rotation every 10 minutes and because of the way the church is built, it has become a tourist center for people around the world.

2. The second church that is built with a rotating altar is “The Ark” built by Bishop David Oyedepo.

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“The Ark” was first announced in 2015 and the groundbreaking ceremony was carried out in March 25, 2021, having the children’s church with a 100,000 seater, a theatre, shopping mall, training centre, a rotating altar and lots more.

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However, the building is yet to be completed and may take 3 years before it can be fully used.

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