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Smyrna House of Prayer Church in Bangladesh

The Smyrna House of Prayer Church in Bangladesh is a Reformed denomination in Bangladesh. The church believe in the Triune God, in Jesus Christ, in salvation, in the Bible. The church acknowledges two sacraments, baptism by full immersion, and the Lord's Supper[1]

The founder is Rev. Alfred Biplop Biswas.[2]

The affiliated congregations are the Dhaka City Central Church in Dhaka with about 70-100 members, the Baddha SHP Church with about 50 members, the Savar SHP Church with 64 members, the Nikeswar SHP Church with 73 members, the Jagaddal SHP Church with 50 members, the Shlapara SHP Church with 45 members, the Gopalpur SHP Church with 43 members.[3] A church plant in Dinajpur is underway.

It is a member of the World Reformed Fellowship.[4]

External links

  • Official website:Smyrna House of Prayer Church
  • Facebook page:[1]


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  2. ^ http://wrfnet.orgs/default/files/Smyrna%20(Bangladesh)%20News%20Letter%20Apri%20l-%20June%202013.pdf
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