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Bro EVM led the Thanksgiving service at Templo Central last July 18, 2015

QUEZON City, Philippines. Brother Eduardo V. Manalo, current  Executive Minister of the Iglesia Ni Cristo, led the congregation in praising God and giving thanks to Him as the Church celebrates her 101st anniversary. All locale congregations of the Church of Christ held special thanksgiving service every year to give thanks and praises to God as he showered the Church with blessings and triumphs year after year.

Iglesia Ni Cristo 101st anniversary, declared a working holiday

JULY 27, which falls on Monday, is a special national working holiday, the Malacañang Palace said, adding that there will be classes in all schools on the said date. The Palace declared July 27 as a holiday for the nation to commemorate the founding anniversary of the Iglesia ni Cristo in the Philippines.

Church begins services in Scenic

Not much was known about Iglesia ni Cristo's plans for the small town of Scenic when the church purchased most of the land four years ago.

But recently, a picture of the religious group that bought a South Dakota small town, and the group's plans for the future, have become a little clearer. A new pastor who arrived in South Dakota recently shared one openly stated goal: to build a house of worship and try to establish a strong regional membership.

Albert backs out of ‘Sugo’

ALBERT BACKS OUT – Albert Martinez is no longer in the cast of “Sugo,” the filmbio of Bishop Felix Manalo, founder of the Iglesia ni Cristo. He backed out for personal reasons.

This was confirmed by Albert’s manger, Shirley Kuan, who actually suggested the move, knowing how difficult the situation was.

These are trying times for Albert and his three children – Alyanna, Alfonso, Alyssa – as wife and mother Liezl recently died of cancer. More than ever, the Martinez family has to be for each other.

‘INC project a class act’

Rep. Ferdinand Martin Romualdez of Leyte has congratulated the Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) for its successful inauguration Friday of its housing and livelihood projects for Yolanda Survivors in Alang-alang, Leyte, a few kilometers away from Tacloban City.

INC's Arena to welcome New Year with concerts, countdown, fireworks

BOCAUE, Bulacan, Philippines — The night skies over the fireworks capital of the country will be the brightest and most colorful as the Iglesia Ni Cristo prepares for a spectacular New Year’s countdown at its Ciudad de Victoria grounds here.

The recently opened Philippine Arena and the Philippine Sports Stadium, which can easily accommodate up to 3 million people, are the venues of the grand countdown, which will be preceded by a series of benefit concerts beginning on Dec. 30. to be staged by the Felix Y. Manalo Foundation.

INC's Philippine Stadium eyed as venue for Suzuki Cup match

WITH the semifinal place of the Philippine national men’s football team in the 2014 ASEAN Football Federation Suzuki Cup already secured following its 4-0 rout of Indonesia on Wednesday, team officials have begun weighing possible venues where they can host the home leg of their semis fixture.

World-class audio experience at Philippine Arena

Watching a basketball game, a live concert, or attending a major religious gathering at the Philippine Arena,  is an experience in unique sound. Unsurprising since the acoustics of the arena, the centerpiece of Iglesia ni Cristo’s centennial celebration, is  by Electro-Voice (EV) sound systems, a division of Bosch, one of the  a top makers of audio technology.

Iglesia Ni Cristo contributes to Philippine infrastructure development

Included in the raft of initiatives taking place across the country are symbolic projects like Ciudad de Victoria, which features the Philippines Arena, the world’s largest indoor arena. It was constructed by Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) as part of a 120-acre complex marking the church’s centennial celebration this year. “The INC is in the process of completing the entire complex,” says Brother Edwil Zabala, the church’s spokesperson.

Iglesia Ni Cristo to hold big sports event in Cebu

QUEZON CITY -- Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) members from all over the Visayas are set to converge in Cebu on November 17-18 for the inter regional championships of INC’s multi-sports league known as the “Unity Games.”

Competing in 11 sports events ranging from ball games to track and field events are four teams representing regions 6A (Northwestern Visayas), 6B (Southwestern Visayas), 7 (Central Visayas) and 8 (Eastern Visayas).

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