• SECRETARIAT DEPARTMENT
Located directly under the Office of the General Secretary, this department handles all official communication emanating from and coming into the Head Office. Members of this department include the Chairman and the General Secretary and their own secretaries, as well as other staff working in the two offices. Publications Office and the Protocol Office are special Units under the Secretariat Department.
• HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT
The Human Resource Department exists to attract, develop and retain staff who have actual and future potential to effectively and efficiently perform their duties and responsibilities to further the mission of the Church and support its objectives.
• FINANCE DEPARTMENT
The key functions of the department include the receipt, custody and disbursement of Church funds in accordance with the financial policy of the Church. It also prepares the final annual accounts, budget, income and expenditure and monthly cash-flow statements of the Church
• AUDIT MONITORING & EVALUATION
The Audit Monitoring and Evaluation Department (AME) monitors the day-to-day financial business of the Church and ensures that there is transparency and accountability at all levels of the Church’s administration. It also investigates allegations of financial impropriety that come to the attention of management and ensures that assets are properly acquired, adequately recorded and sufficiently protected.
• PROJECTS, DEVELOPMENT AND ESTATES DEPARTMENT
This department exists to facilitate the acquisition, documentation, procurement maintenance and protection of the Church's landed properties and investment projects. It also co-ordinates the execution of major Headquarters projects.
• INFORMATION MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
This department facilitates the acquisition, installation, smooth operation and maintenance of ICT facilities; and offers training and technical support services to users. In addition, the department also compiles and analyses statistical data on the Church; and processes the Church's corporate memory.
• TRANSPORT / TECHNICAL TRAINING DEPARTMENT
The department handles the purchase and maintenance of official vehicles. It also undertakes commercial construction of canopies, steel gates, and burglar proofs for sections of the church on request.
• PENTECOST SOCIAL SERVICES (PENTSOS)
The Church’s quest to provide education, health facility, relief services, and to address socio-economic needs among its members and the communities in which it operates led to the formation of the Pentecost Welfare Association (PENTWAS), in 1980. The name was later changed to Pentecost Social Services, PENTSOS for short, and registered with the Department of Social Welfare and the Association of Private Voluntary Organizations (PVOs) in 2000. PENTSOS has a directorate led by an executive director who co-ordinates and supervises its five departments. PENTSOS is charged with the following responsibilities: Disaster Prevention and Relief Services; Economic Empowerment; Education Support Schemes; Health Services, among others.
• PENT TV
Pent TV is a digital satellite television station established by the Church in our quest to expand the frontiers of the gospel by using television to reach out to, disciple and transform the world for JESUS. Test transmission started in February 2015 and lasted until July 2015 and it has since began operating as a commercial satellite station providing Christian content.
• PENTECOST PRESS LIMITED (PPL)
PPL is the printer of the Church. It is a limited liability company with the responsibility of carrying out the Church's printing jobs as well as doing private commercial jobs to enable it pay staff and use returns for expansion. Church jobs handled by the PPL include diaries, calendars, Pentecost Fire magazine, Ministries ’ syllabi, Song books, Ministers' Manual, cash books, marriage certificates, child dedication cards, etc.
• RADIO & TELEVISION UNIT
The radio ministry co-ordinates the transmission of the Church’s ’Pentecost Hour’ programme on about 65 radio and three television stations.This is in line with the Church’s mission to win the lost for Christ and to establish responsible and self-sustaining churches filled with committed, spirit-filled Christians of character.
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