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5 Districts In Tema Area Donate To Missions

In a remarkable display of generosity, five districts within the Tema Area of The Church of Pentecost have made significant donations to support the missions enterprise of the Church.

The districts, Community 12, Community 1, Tema Newtown, Tema Greenwich Meridian, and Koluedor, took turns to present various items to aid the work of missions.

The Community 12 District made a substantial donation, including one tricycle, two motorbikes, and 30 half-pieces of wax print. These items were presented at a short ceremony at the Tema Area Office.

Meanwhile, the Community 1 District donated a brand-new Royal motorbike to the Jimbale District in the Walewale Area. The presentation was made by Pastor Sampson Dzefe, the District Minister of Community 1, to the Area.

Not to be outdone, the Tema Newtown District extended its support by presenting 36 half-pieces of wax print, 24 pieces of cloth, a bicycle, and various other essential items. Pastor Stephen Ameyaw Frimpong, the District Minister of Newtown and Chairman of the Area Missions Committee handed over these contributions to the Walewale Area Office. Apostle Norman A Danquah, the Walewale Area Head, gratefully accepted the items on behalf of the Area.

In yet another commendable gesture, the Tema Greenwich Meridian District contributed to internal missions with 30 half-pieces of wax print and two bicycles. Pastor Dr. Suleman De-Graft Issaka, the District Minister of Tema Greenwich Meridian, represented the district during the presentation. Elder Isaac Obeng, the Area Accounts Officer, received the items on behalf of the Church.

Additionally, the Koluedor District demonstrated its commitment to internal missions by donating three half-pieces of wax print.

Expressing profound gratitude on behalf of the Area, the Tema Area Missions Chairman commended the districts for their extraordinary acts of kindness, stating, “I believe that these donations will significantly accelerate the work of missions and spread the gospel to unreached communities.”

He emphasised that these acts of generosity further underline the districts’ commitment to supporting missions and highlight the importance of unity and generosity within the Church.

“These acts of kindness will undoubtedly make a lasting difference in the lives of those reached by these missions and contribute to the overall growth of the Church,” he said.

Report by Tema Area Media.

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