The Church’s quest to provide education, health facilities, relief services, and address social 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 Organisations (PVOs) in the year 2000.
The core functions of PENTSOS include: Disaster Prevention & Relief Services, Economic Empowerment, Health Services and Educational Support Schemes.
For more information visit: http://www.pentsos.org/
The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah, has urged Christians to see themselves as “no ordinary&rdquo read more