Bishop Neil Ellis’ Global United Fellowship Conducts Inauguration
Bishop Neil Ellis has left the Full Church and now has his own fellowship, Global United Fellowship. On Nov. 6th, there was s great procession celebrated with 2800 people who attended. There were congregants, church members clergy, elected officials, corporate executives, out of town visitors and special guests along with family members.
Bishop Neil Clarence Ellis is now named Presiding Bishop for Global United Fellowship of Churches.
The occasion was held in the grand ballroom of the Atlantis Hotel in Nassau, Bahamas.
Church News: Bishop Neil Ellis Has Own New Fellowship: “Global United Fellowship”
After a press conference Thursday with Bishop Neil Ellis, its been revealed his has a new fellowship, “Global United Fellowship”.
Since Bishop Neil Ellis removed himself for selection of Presiding Bishop of the Full Gospel Baptist Church International Fellowship, at least 18 churches have left FGBCF.
According to the AmerciaPreachers.com back in late August, Arnold Josey, Commonwealth Mission Baptist Church pastor, told The Tribune yesterday that although Bishop Ellis’ decision came as a complete surprise, there was no question about the remaining 17 churches continuing their Full Gospel affiliation.
Bishop Neil Ellis To Start New Fellowship?, Report Says
There’s more news going on with the recent resignation of Bishop Neil Ellis and his leaving the Full Gospel Fellowship.
Apparently, some sources say Bishop Neil Ellis is planning to launch a new fellowship after serving Full Gospel Fellowship for 20 years, according to a report. We have not been able to confirm a name or information on the size and launch date, but it is assumed a fellowship is truly going to be formed, it will be a large fellowship…
Read entire report at Church Scandal Report!