The newly-created Pentecost International Worship Centre, New Tafo (PIWC-New Tafo), in the Effiduase Area of The Church of Pentecost, has been inaugurated to the glory of God.
The colourful inaugural ceremony, held on August 26, 2022, at the New Tafo Akim Central Assembly church auditorium, in Koforidua, was officiated by the Effiduase Area Head, Apostle Daniel Yeboah Nsaful.
The event also served as a welcome service for the pioneer Resident Minister, Pastor Daniel Adjabeng Kissi, and the dedication of a new mission house for the minister.
PIWC-New Tafo was created during the Extraordinary Council Meetings this year after it was carved out of the New Tafo District of the Church.
In a brief sermon on the topic, “Let Us Rise And Build,” Apostle Yeboah Nsaful admonished Christians to rise and help build the Church of God, saying: “Everybody has a role to play.”
Quoting from Nehemiah 2:17-18 and 2 Chronicles 14:1-7, the Effiduase Area Head said that just as the people of Israel agreed to rebuild the wall of Jerusalem, every Christian must be involved in the kingdom work, adding: “No one person can build a nation, hence the need for everyone to get involved.”
Apostle Yeboah Nsaful iterated that building a house requires the services and expertise of many artisans and professionals, each of whom plays a significant role in the building process.
He, therefore, urged the leadership and members of the Church to assist the new minister to succeed in the quest to possess the nations for Christ.
Inaugurating the worship centre, Apostle Nsaful explained that the concept of PIWC is a special ministry of the Church dedicated to meeting the spiritual needs for persons who are exposed to or more comfortable with the western form of worship, as well as persons who are considered “elite” in society. He, therefore, encouraged professionals in the Church to evangelise to their colleagues and invite them to Church.
In attendance were the Effiduase Area Pastorate and their wives, officers and family members of the in-coming minister, among others.
Report by Ezekiel Korletey.