In 1999 God spoke to Apostle Phalmon Ferguson to come up higher. He harkened to the voice of the Lord saying “Yes”. He relinquished all interests in his two flourishing companies in obedience to the call, thus United Faith Mission was born in due season on March 26th, 2000. On this astounding day a remnant group of young people led by then Evangelist Phalmon Ferguson assembled at the BCPOU Hall, Farrington Road to begin a series of services, which later became regular after God gave His stamp of approval. Services began promptly at 10:30am with melodious songs of praise and worship unto God. As we prayed it was evident that God was in the midst of us. He moved in an awesome way, and we knew that we had not only been called, but chosen by God to be a light and to bring a positive change in the lives of men through the demonstration of love in action. By this shall all men know that we are Christ’s disciples.
We knew that the call was for the nation at large and also with a specific focus for the Yellow Elder, Stapledon & Millennium Gardens and surrounding areas. We then relocated to the Bahamas Union of Teachers Hall on Mckinney Avenue in Stapledon Gardens. We started immediately with street meetings and home visitations in the Community. A few weeks later services of United Faith Ministries then moved to the Church of God of Prophecy’s Youth Camp site, on Marshall Road for Sunday Services (which is where we held our first Friends and Family Day Service). We held our mid-week services at United Faith Ministries Bookstore on Rosetta Street. It didnt matter the location. The people came and were excited and the presence of the Holy Spirit evident. Each week saw an increase, as we met the needs of the oppressed in our midst.