The Adenta Estate Worship Centre (AEWC) in the Madina Area of The Church of Pentecost has been honoured for its contributions to the church’s mission agenda in possessing the nations.
The AEWC has over the years supported the missions’ work of the church with outstanding financial support through the annual McKeown Missions Week celebration, telephone calls to missionaries, prayer support, and aggressive soul-winning drive.
For the past four years (since 2017), the AEWC has taken the first position in the Madina Area performance analysis table for the Missions Week offering.
“Pursuant to the Vision 2023 of The Church of Pentecost, the Madina Area reckons that since 2017, the Adenta Estate Worship Centre (AEWC) has demonstrated exceptional dedication and outstanding zeal towards McKeown’s Missions Week Offering. An analysis of the 2020 Area Financial report revealed that for the past four successive years, the AEWC took a commanding lead among all the districts in the Madina Area. This is highly commendable,” a citation presented to the Worship Centre signed by the Area Head, Apostle Martin Seth Appiah, and the Area Deacon, Elder Joseph B. Miah, respectively said.
Receiving the citation at the 2020 End-of-Year Area Presbytery meeting held on Saturday, February 6, 2021, at the Sychar Prayer Grounds in Madina, the AEWC Resident Minister, Pastor Eric Asare, expressed gratitude to God for the grace of giving towards the missions’ work.
Pastor Asare, who also doubles as the Madina Area Youth Pastor and Area Executive Committee Member, commended members of AEWC for their continuous giving. He prayed that God would continue to open more avenues and financial breakthroughs in their lives for them to give more to support the work of God.
Pastor Eric Asare paid a glowing tribute to the late Elder George Amponsah, a former member of the International Missions Boards, for his zeal, innovative and strategic direction which has ignited the work of missions in the Worship Centre.
Report by Samuel Owusu Amofa.