BACK TO BETHEL Genesis 35:3

In 2003, Pastor Nurudeen Adeọjọ was inspired to start a church and a name came to mind at the time. That name was Windows of Heaven Christian Church. Immediately, he started searching the Internet for a free Christian website builder and was successful to find one. A beautiful website was designed for this new Church.

Our fellowship was held in our own one-bedroom apartment in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York.

In February 2004, on the same day our second child was christened, Windows of Heaven Christian Church was also inaugurated Windows of Heaven Christian Church continued to fellowship in his one-bedroom apartment until 2006, when the family relocated to Kingston, Pennsylvania. In Kingston, Pennsylvania, the family did not continue in fellowship with Windows of Heaven Christian Church, but rather joined the Nazarene church in fellowship every Sunday morning.

In 2009, as the family continued its Sunday morning fellowship at the Nazarene Church, Windows of Heaven Christian Church started Sunday evening house fellowship, quickly attracting neighbors and others from the Nazarene church.

In 2010, Windows of Heaven Christian Church was incorporated as a 501(C)3 religious organization. The young church faced financial problems in 2011 and was looking to join a larger organization. Pastor Nurudeen Adeọjọ was approached by a Christian leader from the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Revival Assembly in Reading, PA. The family relocated to Reading, Pennsylvania to take the leadership of RCCG Revival Assembly. Pastor Nurudeen Adeọjọ later realized it was a mistake to take the leadership of RCCG Revival Assembly, and resigned in July 2013.

He joined the leadership strength of RCCG Christ Powerhouse in Upper Darby, PA. He was asked in May 2015 to start a new parish in Coatesville, PA, with his wife and their three children. The family of five rented a space at the Hampton Inn, Exton, PA, and later moved out of the Hampton Inn in March 2016 to a rented office space with two other families. All the while, Pastor Nurudeen Adeọjọ struggled to go back to his first call, Windows of Heaven Christian Church. So, as he worked tirelessly at RCCG New Life Center, he always thought of going back where God spoke to him that it is Windows of Heaven Christian Church.

Today, he has realized what God said to him in 2003, and he’s now returned TO BETHEL.