Sunday, 13 August 2023 15:18

Minister Marion Hall seeking to raise US$2.7m to build church

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Minister Marion Hall is seeking a brick-and-mortar home for her Holy Ghost Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ. To make this a reality, she has launched a US$2-million GoFundMe campaign in aid of the construction of her church.

"We have found a property to built (sic) the home of Holy Ghost Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ. Can you please help us by donating to the purchasing and building of the lord house. Thank you. May the lord bless you in all things," Hall wrote.

The overall fund-raising goal is US$2.7 million.

“Holy Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ is seeking $2.7 million US dollars to purchase a property that is now available to us to build our church on,” the description on the GoFundMe campaign reads. “Any amount you can give towards this project will be greatly appreciated.”

The campaign page also highlighted that the church building will also be the home of Hall's cooking ministry, which is intended to feed the less fortunate once per week. 

Created three days ago, the fund-raising campaign has so far received US$200.

The gospel artiste established her Holy Ghost Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ in 2020. The church streams live from her social media pages with a prayer and fasting session on Wednesdays and a church service on Sundays.

Hall, who was formerly known as Lady Saw within the dancehall space, got the calling from her maker to join the faith in 2015, which is when she was baptised.