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.

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.”

Iglesia Ni Cristo: Building the One True Church

In the middle of the city of Bulacan, in the Philippines, stands a huge, futuristic building, all steel and glass and surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens. With a capacity of 55,000 people, it looks like a venue for the biggest sporting events or concerts from the world’s biggest rock groups.

The arena is actually a church, a modern cavernous place of worship and a huge statement of power and financial muscle made by the Iglesia ni Cristo, one of the most dynamic and influential Christian groups in south-east Asia.

PBA's 40th season to open at Philippine Arena

The Philippine Arena in Bocaue, Bulacan will serve as the site of the opening of the 40th season of the PBA on October 19.
The day's doubleheader at the 55,000-seat venue built by Iglesia Ni Cristo will feature expansion clubs Kia Motors versus Blackwater Sports and crowd favorite Barangay Ginebra San Miguel versus Talk 'N Text.

Iglesia ni Cristo’s centennial celebrated in Philippines, Saipan

Iglesia ni Cristo’s 100th anniversary was a big milestone for all the members of the church.
The success of Iglesia ni Cristo or the Church of Christ has proven God’s guidance and great power for the past 100 years.
The church started from one person, Bro. Felix Y. Manalo, and has grown into millions of members around the world.

INC holds flood relief operations

MANILA, Philippines—The Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) on Wednesday held simultaneous “Lingap sa Mamamayan” relief operations in at least five provinces and in various parts of Metro Manila most affected by floods caused by monsoon rains.

Albay suspends classes as INC brings 1M people

LEGAZPI CITY—Albay Gov. Joey Salceda on Friday suspended classes in all levels in the province due to the unavailability of public transport with the influx of over a million members and guests of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) in Sto. Domingo town for a one-day assembly.
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