Reaching Out

The PAOCC mission to Liberia began in 2009. In 2010, we began by reaching out to a small cadre of young Liberians passionate about beginning a new church that could help in the rebuilding of the country after more than 13 years of civil war. The dedicated group contacted us via email, and asked if we would be interested in bringing the PAOCC to Liberia.

Cardinal Mbiyu on the right and Chairman Preston Jackson on the left.

After many months of outreach, evangelism and much prayer, the first PAOCC was opened in Monrovia, Liberia in April 2010. In January 2011, the church was formally inducted and began its outreach across Liberia. Fast forward to 2012, we now have four churches (Paynesville, Monrovia, Gbargna, Bong County & Ganta City. Currently, we are partnering with the Liberia Opportunities Industrialization Center (LOIC) to reach out to Liberian youth for skills training and development; as well as the James N. Davies Memorial Hospital in Monrovia.

Our goal in 2012 is to open a school in Liberia and to purchase several acres of land for the use of our churches, and to establish a national office there. In addition we will continue to ship shoes, clothes and medical supplies to Liberia three or four times each year. One shipment costs around $3,500.00. Any tax-deductible contribution you make towards our efforts would be greatly appreciated. May GOD bless you for your generosity.

Cardinal Mbiyu Chui (William Moore)