Minister Marion Hall’s church sermons will no longer be solely hosted online since she has now found a physical location to house her Holy Ghost Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ, where worshippers can gather and listen to the word.
The church that the dancehall artiste-turned-gospel singer will be utilising is located on University Drive. Hall’s Sunday sermons, which are usually streamed live on Instagram, will apparently be moved to Saturday to facilitate the church’s availability schedule.
It is not clear when the transition to the church will be happening, but Hall, formerly known by the moniker Lady Saw, gave supporters a look at the church as she expressed that she believed the spot would be hers.
“I love this place, and I do believe that God is gonna work it out where I start my ministry here…. I believe in God that this is gonna be the place. Only thing we have to do it on Saturday,” she said while showing off the interior design of the church. She went on to say that the first thing she needs to do is start off her ministry is to have a women’s conference.
Hall, the former Queen of Dancehall, was baptised on December 14, 2015. Her church, the Holy Ghost Pentecostal Church of Jesus Christ, was founded online in 2020.
Watch the footage of the church below: