Over 300 Churches Joined Bishop Neil Ellis and Global United Fellowship For First Pastors Meeting!
Source: According to Presiding Bishop Neil C. Ellis, his newly formed Global United Fellowship, "is a fellowship, not a denomination.” That was one of the major points that Bishop Ellis communicated throughout the first meeting for the newly organized group. The presiding bishop says Global United Fellowship is inclusive of pastors and parent church ministries of any denomination that desires to move forward the spiritual mandates of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Presiding Bishop Neil C. Ellis, held the first pastors meeting of the Global United Fellowship last week in Winston Salem, NC. The presiding Bishop outlined for those in attendance the overall mission, specific ministerial touchstones; organizational structure and key appointments of the Fellowship – which in only eight months remarkably amassed more than 300 churches around the world. GUF’s illustrious group of Vice Presiding Bishops was announced as follows: Bishop Joby Brady (The Potter’s House