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‘King Dome’, largest indoor cathedral to rise in Davao City

Saturday, 15 September 2012 08:47
A 50,000-seater indoor cathedral, considered to be the largest in the world, will soon rise right here in Davao City inside  Pastor Apollo Quiboloy’s Kingdom of Jesus Christ, the Name Above Every Name 23-hectare compound along the Philippine-Japan Friendship Highway, this city.
 The new worship center, which  can accommodate up to 50,000 worshippers at one time, shall be called ‘King Dome’.
 Pastor Quiboloy led yesterday morning’s historic site dedication and groundbreaking ceremony for the grand cathedral.
 “This is going to be the epicentre of the greatest spiritual earthquake that will shake the whole world,” Pastor Quiboloy said of the significant event.
The groundbreaking ceremony actually formed part of the culminating activities of the 27th anniversary of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, the Name Above Every Name.
The event also capped the 10-day  16th International Kingdom Leaders’ Convention, held here in Davao City and attended by over  3,000 delegates from all over the world.
It will  feature up-to-date sound and projection systems as well as state-of-the-art high-definition video production equipment which will broadcast live the Kingdom’s thanksgiving and worship presentations to various parts of the  world.
According to Pastor Quiboloy, the King Dome is part of  the development of the Kingdom Global City, a community complete with amenities and facilities for the wellbeing of members  who will be housed there.
The construction of the  King Dome is expected to be completed by 2015, in time for the 30th Kingdom anniversary.
Kingdom administrators and kingdom ministers headed by Sis. Ingrid C. Canada, Sis. Tessie Dandan, Sis. Mariteo C. Canada, Sis. Felina Salinas, and senior workers, Sis. Nelida Lizada, Sis. Andresa Amba, Sis. Liza Amba, Sis. Nelly Canada, Sis. Nori Cardona were also present in yesterday’s  occasion.