The Area Head of Cape Coast and Executive Council Member of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Samuel Yaw Antwi, has dedicated a four-bedroom Mission House with en-suite facilities for Frami District of the Cape Coast Area.
He has also commissioned a borehole water facility, fully funded by the Cape Coast Area, for use by the people of the Frami community.
The dedication and commissioning of these projects took place on Friday, May 21, 2021, at Frami in the Twifo Hemang-Lower Denkyira District of the Central Region. The creation of the Frami District was approved during the General Council meetings in May 2019.
Speaking on the theme: “The Essence of Dedication,” Pastor Kwabena Opoku of Efutu District admonished the members to consecrate themselves for God’s use. According to him, dedicating one’s self to the Lord is a way of showing appreciation to Him.
He further explained that dedication evokes the presence of God and, therefore, called on members to yearn to do the will of God as people dedicated to His service.
He also charged members to dedicate themselves to preaching the gospel and soul-winning as part of their service to Him.
In his remarks, the Area Head praised the District Minister, Overseer Daniel Appiah, and the entire membership for their prudent use of resources in ensuring the successful completion of the Mission House. He also commended the district for extending the water facility at the mission house for use by the community.
The edifice comprises four bedrooms, a living room, study room, three washrooms, a dining hall, kitchen, and a storeroom with a water facility.
The dedication ceremony was attended by the pastorate in the Cape Coast Area, traditional leaders of Frami and Abrafo Odumase communities, District Executive Committee members, and members of Frami District.