The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) on Sunday, June 5 inaugurated the TB Joshua Foundation to mark the first memorial service of its late founder Prophet TB Joshua.
Joshua died on June 5, 2021 following a meeting with Emmanuel TV partners.
The foundation includes the TB Joshua Museum, TB Joshua Scholarship Scheme, and TB Joshua Holy Land.
The museum documents the life and activities of the cleric, while the Holy Land is a mountain expected to have residential areas to boost mobility and economy.
According to the church, the scholarship scheme will help students in their academic pursuits.
“The foundation will sustain and propagate the life and legacy of the late cleric,” the church added.
On June 2, SCOAN spokesman James Akhigbe said in a statement that the “museum will have works, prayers, sermons and thoughts of the late cosmopolitan-philanthropist that would make people feel the passion of true love and worship as epitomised by TB Joshua.”
Joshua engaged in countless charity works but did not establish a foundation for that purpose.
In setting up the foundation, Joshua’s widow and now SCOAN leader Pastor Evelyn told the congregation that the church is determined to broaden the scope of Joshua’s legacy.
She said, “We are all witnesses to what has been happening since the church reopened six months after Prophet TB Joshua passed on to glory.
“The vision has been carried on. Despite what the ministry has been through, we are inspired by the strong arms of God.
“Our services have kept growing in spiritual depth and divine impartation. We are determined to broaden the scope and relevance of Prophet TB Joshua’s legacy.”