The Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA): Reaching Out To The ‘Unchurched’

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COZA is an acronym for The Commonwealth of Zion Assembly, an international church with its headquarters located in Abuja FCT, Nigeria, overseen by the general overseer Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.  The Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) is a 21st Century evangelical church with the vision of raising a generation infused with the mindset of taking over and re-establishing the Kingdom of God on earth. COZA’s core values are rooted in biblical truths and are practical expressions of the things they believe, summed up in the following simple points:

 Love for the Gospel.
 Passion for God and emphasis on sound doctrine.
 The pursuit of godliness and righteousness through the application of grace. 
 A commitment to the relationship as a channel for God’s blessings in our lives. 
 A commitment of service to God and humanity. 
 An attitude of excellence in every area of life and in ministry.
 A pursuit of the active presence of God and the ministry of the Holy Spirit by speaking in tongues.

These core values shape and define COZA as a church, representing the impact they have on their congregation. Fostered by their unwithering conviction, of RAISING THE TAKE-OVER GENERATION, COZA opens its doors to all, gathering and raising a group of people who matter and will matter in every sphere of human endeavour. COZA has grown immensely over the years and now has branches in the following locations; Lagos, Dubai, Ilorin, Port Harcourt, Abuja and the church without borders (online church)
Visit COZA Lagos branch page at cozalagos and be filled with edifying biblical teachings. Their arms are always open to welcome you, when you visit them at, plot 20 Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja GRA, Lagos.

COZA Lagos partnered with City Marketing to carry out a street marketing campaign. City Marketing distributed 20000 flyers in the following areas: Egbeda – Iyanokpaja axis, Ogba – Ojudu axis, Yaba, Maryland – Ikeja under the bridge, Lekki – Ikoyi axis and Surulere axis

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