The Guild of Stewards (often called the Guild) is a service arm of the church charged, primarily, with the responsibility of maintaining orderliness at Church services and functions. Guild members are the first contact with the parishioners and visitors during services and Church functions.
Membership into the guild is open to any willing financial male or female member of the Church, baptized and confirmed (communicant), above 18 years and not belonging to any secret cult or secret society.
With a current numerical strength of 95, (including “Distant Members” – those currently on outside posting), membership cuts across all strata of the congregation. Currently, the Guild operates in two groups, each group headed by a group leader (coordinator) with assistants.
The Chairman (People’s Warden) assisted by his Vice, (the Vicar’s Warden) manage the Guild of Stewards.
Officers of the Guild of Stewards
Chairman – Sir Fred E. A. Oghenekaro
Vice Chairman – Mr. Rotimi W. Akinyemi
Secretary – Sir Christ Onwuzulu
Assistant Secretary – Mrs. Margaret Ibeh
Financial Secretary – Cdr. Jerry Shielu (Rtd)
Treasurer – Mr. Segun O. Ebor
Welfare Officer – Mrs. Chinwe J. Abara
Social Secretary – Cdr. Chisom N. Enemuor
Ex-Officio – Mr. Dan K. Yisa
-Mr. Lanre Famakinwa
-Joe D. Oroye
-Mr. Chike Sibeudu
-Mr. Tunji Oyebanji
-Dame Nancy L. Oghenekaro
-Mr. Olusegun O. Ogunkua
Group A Leader – Mr. Remi Sennaike
Group B Leader – Sir Joe Best Okoye
Group A Deputy Leader – Mr. Jide Ladenegan
Group B Deputy Leader – Mr. Olubunmi Sowande
We thank all members of the congregation, who continue to cooperate and show understanding, in the discharge of our duties. We also wish to remind parishioners to ensure that MOBILE PHONES (IF THEY MUST BE BROUGHT INTO THE CHURCH) ARE SWITCHED OFF BEFORE ENTERING THE CHURCH. Parishioners are equally advised to take good care of their hand bags, particularly, while going for thanksgiving and communion.
We appeal to parents and guardians to always ensure that their children and wards are sent to Sunday School classes where they stand to benefit. Nursing mothers are also reminded to always proceed to the gallery on entering the church.
Finally, we invite all willing parishioners to join us in the Lord’s service, enjoy our fellowship and be blessed like us!
Sir Chris Onwuzulu Sir Fred Oghenekaro