Led by Pastor Titus Rai, the church first began as a gathering of families that wanted an escape from the alcoholism lifestyle the village promoted. The village families majorly consists of people who work at the nearby cinchona plantation, or work as manual labor for road construction. The families in the area are considered “below-poverty-line” and see no escape other than alcohol. It is here that God chose to work in a miraculous way.
The Church today has 6 families, of which 8 members have been baptized. Their are more females in the church than males, which round to a 7:3 ratio. Many of these wives, sisters or mothers have come to the church and believe in God as He has answered not only their prayers of family healing and freedom from alcohol but also a community of comfort in Him.