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Kingdom Culture Chapel Intel event

What we believe

Our Statement of Faith is encompassed in the Creeds of the Universal Church of the Body of Christ, The Apostles’.

Creed and The Nicene Creed.

The Apostles’ Creed

"I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth; And in Jesus Christ, His only Son our Lord; Who was conceived by the Holy Ghost, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and buried.

He descended into hell. The third day He rose again from the dead. He ascended into heaven and sits at the right hand of God the Father Almighty. 

From thence He shall come to judge the quick and the dead. I believe in the Holy Ghost, the Holy Catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.


Mathew 6:31 -34

"Our focus should be toward the end result. He gives this encouragement and admonishment to motivate us to understand and live all of life in relation to where it ends. 

Will life end in the Kingdom of God or in the Lake of Fire? 

That is a choice that each person makes. Even in the everyday, mundane things, eating and drinking, going to work, getting along with others, and so on, God wants His people to relate those daily experiences to their goal, the Kingdom of God.


The Nicene Creed

We believe in one God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, And all things visible and invisible: And in one Lord Jesus _ Christ, the only-begotten Son of God; begotten of His Father before all worlds, God of God, Light of Light,

_ Very God of very God; Begotten, not made; being of one substance with the Father; By Whom all things were made: Who

_ for us men and for our salvation came down from heaven, And was incarnate by the Holy Ghost of the Virgin Mary, And

_ was made man: And was crucified also for us under Pontius Pilate; He suffered and was buried: And the third day He rose

_ again according to the Scriptures: And ascended into heaven, And sits at the right hand of the Father: And He shall come

_ again with glory, to judge both the quick and the dead; Whose Kingdom shall have no end _ .

And We believe in the Holy Ghost, The Lord, and Giver of Life, Who proceeds from the Father and the Son; Who with the Father and the Son together is worshipped and glorified; Who spoke by the Prophets: And I believe one Catholic and Apostolic Church: I acknowledge one Baptism for the remission of sins: And I look for the Resurrection of the dead: And the life of the world to come. 


Please note that when we say “one Catholic and Apostolic Church,” we are not only referring to the Roman Catholic Church, but the Church Universal; and by “one Baptism for the remission of sins,” we mean the Baptism of the Holy Ghost.

10 fundamental beliefs of the KccI

As professing KINGDOM MINDED CITIZENS we share these beliefs, for they are the foundation of our Faith.

Isaiah 43: 10-13; Isaiah 44: 24; Deut. 6: 4; 1 Corinthians 8: 4-6

K.c.c.I as the WORD OF GOD DECLARES believe in One God who created the universe and everything in it. 

John 1:1-5; John 1:14-18; Isaiah 9: 6-7; John 17:20-23; John 17:5; John 16:27-30; John 14:7-11

In K.c.c.I WE believe that God became flesh, in Jesus Christ. So He is one with God.

Luke 1: 26-38

K.c.c.I believe Jesus Christ was born of a virgin. In saying this, I believe Mary was a virgin when she 'gave birth'. 

Luke 23: 33-34; Luke 24: 1-7; Isaiah 53: 3-7

K.c.c.I believe Jesus died on the Cross for our sins, that we may be forgiven. And that He was bodily raised to life on the third day. 

1 John 5: 10-12; Romans 10:9; Acts 4:11-12; Colossians 2:6; Ephesians 3:16-19; Ephesians 5:18; 1 Tim

WE believe we shall have 'eternal life' by accepting God's plan of Salvation which is accepting Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour. 

Romans 6: 3-4; Matthew 28: 19; Ephesians 2: 8-10

WE believe in being 'baptized' by full-immersion after receiving Jesus as Lord and Saviour. I do not believe that water baptism saves a person. Salvation is a free gift by accepting Jesus. 

1 Corinthians 12, John 1: 33; Acts 1: 5-9, 2: 1-18; 1 Corinth. 14: 2-4, 14-19

WE believe in the work of the Holy Spirit through ordinary people, and that the gifts of the Holy Spirit are relevant for today. 

2 Timothy 3: 16-17; Hebrews 4: 12; 1 Peter 1: 25; Mark 13: 31

K.c.c.I believe that the word of God (the Bible) is the only authority, and is inspired by the Holy Spirit, and is the only truth that we must live by. I do not believe or accept any other teachings and belief(s), there is only 'One Truth'. 

Why we do the things we do




The Creeds are statements of our basic beliefs about God. How many creeds does this Church use in its worship? This Church uses two creeds: The Apostles’ Creed and The Nicene Creed

The Apostles’ Creed is the ancient creed of Baptism; it is used in the church’s daily worship to recall our Baptismal Covenant. The Nicene Creed is the creed of the universal Church and is used basically at the Eucharist (Holy Communion). 




The Catechism is a commentary on the Creeds, but is not meant to be a complete statement of belief and practice; rather,  it is a point of departure for the teacher, and it is cast in traditional question and answer form for ease of reference.  

The second use of the Catechism is to provide a brief summary of the Church’s teaching for an inquiring stranger. 




The Holy Eucharist is the sacrament commanded by Christ for the continual remembrance of His life, death, and resurrection until His coming again. 

It is also called the Lord’s Supper, Holy Communion, the Divine Liturgy, the Mass, and the Great Offering.  


A brief prayer usually written out.  

What is worship?

What is worship?

What is worship?

Worship (the Greek word proskuneo) means “to bow down and kiss.”  

What is praise?

What is worship?

What is worship?

Praise (the Greek word eulogeos) means “to bless, speak well of.”  

Why do we dance?

What is worship?

Why do we dance?

We dance to worship the Lord (Psalms 149:3, 150:4). We dance to praise the Lord for joy and victory (I Samuel 18:6, II Samuel 6:14, Judges 11:34).  

Why do we shout?

Why do we lift our hands?

Why do we dance?

We shout before the Lord in joy and gladness (Psalm 47:1, Psalm 5:11, Psalm 35:27). 

Why do we lift our hands?

Why do we lift our hands?

Why do we lift our hands?

We lift our hands to bless the Lord (Psalm 134:2, I Timothy 2:8, Psalms 119:48, 63:4). 

Why do we leap?

Why do we lift our hands?

Why do we lift our hands?

We leap to praise the Lord (Acts 3:8, St. Luke 6:23).  

Why do we prophesy?

Why do we speak in tongues and interpret?

Why do we speak in tongues and interpret?

To edify (build up in the faith), exhort or comfort (II Chronicles 20:14-17,21; I Corinthians 14:3,4).  

Why do we speak in tongues and interpret?

Why do we speak in tongues and interpret?

Why do we speak in tongues and interpret?

To interpret the message from God in an unknown language into the given language of the local congregation (I Corinthians 14:5, 13-25). 


God’s Vision for K.c.c.I



Genesis 1:26 expresses the specific purpose of GOD THE CREATOR, Master Potter, is reproducing Himself! This is THE work of God. He is in the process of making man in His image. That project is completed in two stages, the physical and the spiritual. When the physical aspect was completed at creation, the spiritual one began. This is the overall project He is supervising.

God is already a unit: "His desire is for all to achieve oneness” Deut 6:4). God is one but consists of more than one person. When Jesus came, He proclaimed the gospel of the Kingdom of God. In doing this, He publicly announced the expansion of this unit to include others besides the two Beings already revealed.

A kingdom is synonymous with a nation. It consists of large numbers of people, but it, too, is one. Indeed, the church is called "a holy nation" in I Peter 2:9, and though it has many members worldwide, it is one church. Thus, Jesus announced that the Kingdom of God will consist of many more personalities. He also told us how we can become a part of it and how it will be accomplished. Through these means, the project started in Genesis 1:26 will take a giant step toward fulfillment. 

In Exodus 19:5, God says that if Israel "will indeed obey My voice and keep My covenant, then you shall be a special treasure to Me above all people." Psalm 135:4 says, "The LORD has chosen Jacob for Himself, Israel for His special treasure." Notice also Malachi 3:16-17:

Then those who feared the LORD spoke to one another, and the LORD listened and heard them; so a book of remembrance was written before Him for those who fear the LORD and who meditate on His name. "They shall be Mine," says the LORD of hosts, "on the day that I make them My jewels." The margin on "My jewels" is literally "special treasure."

We see the same thing in the New Testament. I Peter 2:9-10 says: 

But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light; who once were not a people but are now the people of God, who had not obtained mercy but now have obtained mercy.

Notice the progression of identity here. First, this "special treasure" was Israel, the one God made a covenant with on Mount Sinai. In the Psalms, He calls His "special treasure" specifically "Israel" and "Jacob." In Malachi, God describes His "special treasure" as "those who fear His name" and "those who speak one to another" about His way. In I Peter 2 it is the elect are His "special people." 

It has gone from "Israel," to a little bit more general—"those who fear His name"—to specific again—"His special people, a holy nation." K.c.c.I

In Matthew 13, the "treasure" is the church, which fits all of these descriptions. It is spiritual Israel, "the Israel of God" (Galatians 6:16). The church is composed of those among all the people of the earth who truly fear His name. And because God called us out of the world separately and individually, the church is now a people who were not a people.






This is the WORD of the LORD concerning US, 

OUR homes and OUR community this year 2020

“‘He will restore the fortunes of MY     

   HOME and have compassion on MY 


   OUR city will be rebuilt and not be in    

   ruins, and OUR Palace will stand in its   

   proper place.

   From US will come songs of    

  THANKSGIVING and the sound of    


   HE will add to OUR numbers,
  and WE will not be decreased;

   HE will bring US HONOUR,  and WE will    

   not be DISHONOURED.

   THIS year 2020 My children will be as in   

   days of old, and OUR community will be   

   established before God and Man.

This year 2020 WE will be HIS people, 

THIS YEAR 2020 HE will be your God. 




In Proverbs 25:2, we read the enigmatic passage, "It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, but the glory of kings is to search out a matter." Countless individuals throughout history have expressed frustration and bewilderment at God's proclivity to conceal things or keep secrets FROM THEM. When Job was trying to make sense of his devastating trial, he lamented, "And these things You have hidden in Your heart; I know that this was with You" (Job 10:13), and, "Oh, that I knew where I might find Him, that I might come to His seat!" (Job 23:3). He wanted to pry out a few secrets.

Most people at one time or another have identified with the ceramic clay in Isaiah 45:9 and Romans 9:20, who asks, "What are you making?" and "Why have you made me like this?" Has God a pragmatic reason for keeping mankind perpetually in the dark, ignorant of His intentions?

Scripture reveals that there are certain things God has kept back from His creation, purposing instead to reveal things incrementally to His obedient offspring: "The secret things belong to the Lord our God, but those things which are revealed belong to us and to our children forever, that we may do all the words of this law" (Deuteronomy 29:29). 

We faithfully believe the principles thought in the undiluted word of GOD and having it in mind that without faith it is impossible to please HIM.HEB.11:6 However, like the students of Louis Agassiz, we look upon these annual learning activities as a means of getting to know our Creator more intimately and of understanding His plan. Each time we r them, we should get a clearer picture of God's ultimate purposes and intent. To those who stay with these learning activities outlined by the plan of God, He promises understanding, communion, and family membership. 

As Proverbs 15:29 warns us, "The Lord is far from the wicked, but He hears the prayer of the righteous." If we want to become privy to more of our Father's secrets, we need to seek Him actively and tirelessly and draw close to Him. James 4:7 assures us that if we, with all deliberation, resist the Devil and draw close to God, He will come near to us.

Ultimately, all of the riddles, figures of speech, and esoteric prophecies will be cleared up for us. Our Elder Brother Jesus assures us, "These things I have spoken to you in figurative language; but the time is coming when I will no longer speak to you in figurative language, but I will tell you plainly about the Father" (John 16:25).

MARK.16:15 And He said to them, Go into all the world and preach {and} publish openly the good news (the Gospel) to every creature [of the whole human race].




Visionary Leader

“It is the glory of God to conceal a matter; to search out a matter is the glory of kings..”Proverbs 25:2

Rev. Dr. Denson.O. Efionayi, is a Teacher by call with an Apostolic ministry, gifted to serve and equip others, leverages his pioneering vision and instinct to serve others in areas extending beyond the church.  In order to help lead people to their destiny, you have to meet people where they are in life. It is with this earnest approach that Pastor Denson has been able to reach thousands of people from all socioeconomic backgrounds, races, nationalities, and creeds. Digital media, film, and television, among others, have been instrumental in helping Pastor Denson meet the disparate needs of countless individuals.

In January 2017, Denson Efionayi launched the Community Initiative Support Services, a community driven services which encourages you to think differently – and progressively – so that you can create a more meaningful life experience that is truly your own. The adage, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” is the bedrock of Pastor Denson’s visionary leadership.

Faithful Pastor

For more than 19 years, Pastor Denson has helped thousands  of people realize their purpose and destiny through his dynamic ministry. Pastor Denson remains a charismatic, yet humble man. In 2007, with minimal resources, Denson Osato Efionayi founded KINGDON CULTURE CHAPEL INTL"Culture House".(K.C.C.I), a non-denominational, multicultural church and global humanitarian organization, in London. England. The church has since expanded in membership.

Pastor Denson faithfully serves his local and global communities to embolden those who are marginalized, from London, England to Africa to the US. “The Kingdom Culture Chapel charter is to extend a hand of help to the needy, a heart of compassion to the hurting, and a message of empowerment to the disenfranchised.” To this end, Pastor Denson provides a welcoming church environment to all. Unequivocally, the diversity displayed throughout KCCI is what makes it a truly progressive church, serving people of every socioeconomic status, age, nationality, and race. Each year Pastor Denson helps underserved communities through KCCI ministries, including homeless outreach, Community/ Business programs, and Education/Trainee outreach. Pastor Denson also empowers communities through distinct national ministries. With a steadfast love of people.

Charismatic Influencer

“Others can inspire you, but ultimately if you have an IDEA that you GENUINELY think is good, Do not let ANYONE talk you, YES YOU, out of it. the only thing that empowers you is what lies within you and learning how to better utilize what you’ve been given.” – Denson Efionayi 

NOTE:"If there is something YOU feel is GOOD, it's something you want to do and you know BEST to do, DO IT" 

A habitual inclination to disrupt the status quo, Pastor Denson Efionayi  is coveted faith-based influencers in business, education, Training, and mentor. Denson. has advised many leaders within and outside the UK. Pastor Denson has continued to show the people how to lead with purpose. While Denson possesses multiple leadership qualities, his ability to leverage his pastoral care, strategic insights, and servant spirit is unparalleled. He is well sort after by both the faith based communities, Business leader Some of the most successful business executives and leaders seek Pastor Denson’s counsel. Denson Efionayi has offered his insights at diverse forums, including Global School of Ministry, Leadership Forum, and Organised Lecture Series, among others. His efforts have helped some of leaders/ entrepreneur elevate their brands to the next level.

Devoted Husband

As a devoted husband to First Lady Pastor Joy Osato-Efionayi, Pastor Denson eagerly supports his beautiful wife of more than 19 years. Joy Osato-Efionayi, a best friend, a mother, and a loving wife, is Pastor chief advocate as well. Joy and Denson Efionayi. have managed every business opportunity, as well as personal endeavours with their unwavering faith in God. The power couple are blessed with two sons, Elijah Osato-Efionayi and Jonathan Osato-Efionayi. 

The secret to their longevity belies “Kingdom marriage counsel”.  Through the fortunate and not-so-fortunate times, Joy and Denson support each other every step of the way. He encourages Joy to pursue her passions in the ministry, as well as her profession as a Health care practitioner. To this end, Joy serves as a Co-Pastor and director for The KCCI Culture House Women’s Ministries, among other roles, serving in the community. With an adoration of design, Pastor Denson last year re-launched Community Initiative Support Service(LONDON COMMUNITY INITIATIVE SUPPORT SERVICES), a thoughtfully- Community driven Support Service. Whether enjoying a long, relaxing time with the family or launching a business, Denson. and Joy Osato-Efionayi support each other with their faith in God, and in each other. 

Romans 10:14-17 The word of Christ is what brought us out of the world and that to which we were converted. When we drift away from it, we become confused, and we begin dividing, bickering and fighting among ourselves. The solution is given elsewhere in the Bible: Get back to what brought us together in the first place—the combination of the word of Christ and devotion to Him, to the love that we had at the beginning (Revelation 2:4-5).

Genuine ignorance may be a defense before God, but neglect never is. We need to remember Hebrews 2:3, "How shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation?" God can forgive ignorance because we cannot believe what we did not know, and even though we may be punished in our ignorance, it is far different from being punished when we know better. Yet, "to whom much is given, from him much will be required" (Luke 12:48). We are not in ignorance. If we are slipping away, it is because of neglect.

One way we can be unworthy at Passover time (I Corinthians 11:27) is by neglecting or forgetting what we are now. We need to evaluate faith in light of the Passover and the state of our minds and our hearts as we approach it. 

Moffatt translates Romans 10:17 as, "Faith must come from what is heard, and what is heard comes from the word of Christ." We are saved by grace through faith, and faith comes from knowledge of God and His Word, so the importance of studying His Word, meditating on it, seeking practical applications for our life, cannot be overstated.

Along with obedience, the practical application of God's Word is a must if we want to have saving faith. We must check ourselves before Passover to see whether we have passed up or neglected opportunities to make practical use of our faith. This means so much to our attitude, the way we approach life on a daily basis.

God has set up a system to call, convert, and educate a people for Himself. They are a minority, very few in number. They are not mighty, noble, and learned, but the weak of the world. God calls them and gives them His Spirit and teachers to help them understand. Of all people on earth, only they have a chance to understand the Bible.

Man cannot "find" God; only God can initiate a calling. The world, including most of physical Israel, is consigned to unbelief until later in God's plan, yet most modern Israelites would say they know God or believe in Him. 

Romans 10:12-15 describes how God generally introduces people to Himself, though they may suppose they initiated contact with Him by "calling on the name of the Lord." Men must hear of Him through a preacher—and one whom God has sent, not one that is self-proclaimed.

SEE ALSO PS 127: 1- 5