The National Association of Nigerian Communities (NANC) UK is a vibrant and dynamic organisation committed to uniting Nigerians living in diverse communities across the United Kingdom. As a beacon of connection and collaboration, NANC UK plays a crucial role in celebrating Nigeria’s rich cultural heritage while also promoting the welfare and integration of Nigerians in their adopted homelands.
With a strong emphasis on empowerment, cultural exchange, and community building, NANC stands at the forefront of strengthening the bonds that tie Nigerian communities together, fostering a sense of belonging and support among its members.
The executive committee play a pivotal role in setting goals, defining priorities, and ensuring NANC’s overall success.
As a national umbrella body, we are comprised of autonomous and independent communities that come together.
You will find information to help with your enquiries, whether you are planning to visit Nigeria or in need of other forms of help.
Your contributions help to strengthen our community’s unity and enables vital cultural and educational initiatives.
Everyone has questions when they try something new. Here are some questions that we are commonly asked, we hope that they will answer some of your queries. If we have missed anything, just get in touch and we will do our best to answer.
Joy of Salvation International Evangelical Ministries (JOSIEM) is non- denominational gathering of Christians. We are not a church, we are a ministry. We aim to hold fellowship in halls and organize crusades around the world targeting those that do not know the person of Jesus Christ. Learn more about our ministry here.
No – all are welcome, whatever stage you are at in your spiritual journey.
JOSIEM has a number of sources of income, although like almost all ministries, the majority of our income comes from those who donate to us freely.
Anyone and everyone is more than welcome. JOSIEM has a mixed congregation who come together from a variety of backgrounds and traditions.
For one reason or another, sometimes people feel like they don’t fit in. In God’s eyes, there are only two kinds of people — people who need His grace and forgiveness, and people who have already received His grace and forgiveness. In either case, we are needy people and we have no room to judge each other. We all have our own weaknesses. Once you get to know people better, you may find that you are not as different as you think. We’re not perfect people, we’re just people.
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