The newly constructed Adenta District mission house of The Church of Pentecost has been dedicated to the glory of God.
Dedicating the building on Sunday, July 23, 2023, the Haatso Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Gyesi-Addo, called on Christians to pursue excellence in all they do for the manifestation of God’s glory.
Apostle Gyasi-Addo asserted that anything intended to be done for the Lord should be done with utmost diligence.
The Area Head, who was happy about the timely completion of the project and its cost-effectiveness, commended members of the Adenta District for their commitment and generosity towards the project.
The construction of the mission house became necessary when the district was created out of the Old Adenta District in the Madina Area in August 2019. The land for the project was acquired at the cost of GHS 330,000.00. The then Area Head, Apostle Emmanuel Agyeman Bekoe (the current International Mission Director), cut the sod for the construction of the mission house on December 24, 2020.
The project cost GHS 1,010,349.93. It was funded through district offerings, grants from the Headquarters and the Area, and individual contributions.
The District Minister, Pastor Emmanuel Oppong Donkor, the District Finance Committee Chairman, Elder Amos Aggrey, and the District Secretary, Elder Samuel Gyimah, all expressed their appreciation to God and the church for their commitment to the project.
Present at the service included Nana Adwoa Biriwa (Sefwi Sempa Hemaa), Mrs Elizabeth Gyasi-Addo (wife of the Area Head), Mrs Comfort Oppong Donkor (wife of the District Pastor), Pastor John Viscount Arkoh (Area Secretary) and other ministers and officers in the Area.
The programme was a resounding success and a showcase for God’s glory.
Report by Divine Mensah Vadze.