SYNOD is the highest policy making body of the Anglican diocese.
At the SYNOD, all clergies in the diocese are delegates, elected from parishes and arc deaconries who come together to adopt a work plan for the next year before the next synod.
One of the activities that goes on at the synod is the Bishop’s charge. The bishop’s charge usually serves as projection of what the church or dioceses intend to achieve within the period and the next synod.
Also at this event, the dioceses decides to appreciate and honor those who have been pillars of support to the diocese.
It was on this strength that Senator Philip Tanimu Aduda whose late father was the pioneer Bishop of the diocese, was invited to the third session of the synod of Gwagwalada Anglican diocese to receive a meritorious Award for his visible and impactful support to the diocese.
Aside the Award, the Anglican Diocese auditorium is also named after the family of Senator Philips Aduda for their Immense contributions both spiritually and otherwise.
Prominent at the occasion was His Excellency Peter Obi who was also invited as a guest by the diocese.