Christian Association of Nigeria
The umbrella body of all Christians, and a non-denominational Association focused on the unity and welfare of the Christian community in Nigeria.
‘’That they all may be one’’. John 17 : 21
To promote understanding, peace and unity among the various people and strata of society in
Nigeria, through the propagation of the Gospel
To act as a liaison committee, by means of which its member-churches can consult together and
when necessary, make common statement and take common actions.
To act as watch-man of the spiritual and moral welfare of the nation
To be the unifying voice of all Christians in Nigeria, amplifying their views, interests and enhancing the spiritual development of all followers of Christ.
- To connect people to Jesus and one another by helping them to grow their faith, finding the true essence of Christianity and build healthy Christian relationships.
- To foster ecumenism by uniting all denominations in the body of Christ so as to promote understanding, peace, unity and mutual respect.
- To build a great nation for all people through gospel movement, community formation, social justice and cultural renewal.
I wish to use this medium to express my profound appreciation to all Nigerians, for our sacrifices and contributions to nation building. We as a body of believers will continue to do all we can to foster peace, love and unity within our various communities.
We will also be exploring all modern intervention that will enhance worship and win souls for Christ, for He only is our cornerstone. Through it all, Christ has remained faithful. Many have predicted that life will no longer remain the same after the sad episode of a global pandemic that has hit the world in a rather shocking manner. That may seem to be a bad news, but the good news is that nations may change, situations may change but God remains the same. He will never leave us nor forsake us, so I urge us to stand on His promises and remain steadfast till the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Latest News/Press Statements
On behalf of the national leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), I extend warm greetings to all Christian faithful on the occasion of Ash Wednesday and the commencement of Lent. The observance of Ash Wednesday and the Lenten season presents a timely opportunity for self-reflection, repentance, spiritual growth, renewal, and learning to love […]
“In all things, give thanks”
I Thessalonians 5:18