The TUCOAG logo shows a cross to represent suffering and a circle to represent love. These are the two poles of human existence.
The Universal Church of Almighty God is Steven Colborne’s vision for a multi-faith church of the future. Read all about the vision below.
Prayer allows us to communicate directly with the creator of the universe and is the most important aspect of the church’s mission to create a more peaceful world. We will promote an inclusive way of praying that acknowledges the one true God who has created every religion.
We will hold events where people from different religious backgrounds respectfully debate the most pressing moral and spiritual issues of our time. The church will have an important role to play in creating community cohesion through interfaith dialogue.
We will facilitate a wide range of musical and artistic activity with the aim of worshiping God in ever more creative and passionate ways that break through cultural barriers and unify our congregations in glorifying God and celebrating God’s amazing works.
Every so often we will hold an Ultraviolet Worship Party, which is an event where people of all ages can come together to dance to spiritual songs in a unique environment with UV lighting creating an uplifting atmosphere.
A Safe Space
The church will operate a variety of ministries aimed at helping people who have fallen upon hard times. Through a counselling mission, we will help homeless people and those with addictions to recover and thrive, and we will also offer a safe space where those experiencing fear and anxiety can go to relax and be refreshed without having to spend money.
Your Spiritual Home
The church will be a welcoming environment for anyone who believes there is one God who created the universe and sustains and controls all things. People from any religious and cultural background who hold to this belief will be welcome to call TUCOAG their spiritual home.
“The church will celebrate the past, embracing the rich and diverse history of humanity, but it will also look to the future, planning ahead and imagining what potential the human race can achieve.“
Steven Colborne, God’s Grand Game