Rev. Bewarang spoke in Jos, the Plateau State capital, when he presented his annual report to the General Church Council at COCIN headquarters.
He said: “As if the great loss we suffered as a church in the last 12 months is not enough, only last week, we heard the brutal killing of Rev Elisha Kabura in his house in Borno State.
“As a church, our heart is broken over the loss of our reverends in Bauchi, Gombe, Yobe and Maiduguri. The victims would have been here with us for this general council meeting, if not for their untimely death.
“We call on the Federal Government to take more serious proactive measures to safeguard life and property of all Nigerians, especially in Kaduna, Yobe, Borno and Bauchi states.
“COCIN, as a single denomination, has suffered greatly due to Boko Haram activities and flood disaster.”
The cleric was confident in the unity and progress of the country, despite its security challenges.
He said the church would not deviate from its vision and mission in the face of organised attacks.
According to him, the divine mission of the church is being pursued with seriousness.