Bishop Rudolph L. McEwan Sr, known as the father and founder of the “Black Church” in Ottawa. He is a pioneer and trailblazer in the community, who has been ministering untiringly to the community for over fifty years. Bishop McEwan Sr. was born in Kingston, Jamaica, the oldest of five children born to Walter and Dorenda McEwan. He was first ordained at the age of nineteen and was called into the preaching ministry on August 7, 1962.
Meet Williams Nsongolo alias Wilgospel, artist singer producer speaker born in Congo Kinshasa Wilgospel lives in Ottawa he is a young man who impacts many lives with videos and motivational words with more than 50,000 followers on his social networks he remains the youngest influential of gospel Christian youth.
THE GRIOT IN ME
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