Children's Ministry Observes ‘Ghana Month’g

Children’s Ministry Observes ‘Ghana Month’

The Children’s Ministry of Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC – Ho), a ministry of The Church of Pentecost, on Sunday, March 26, 2023, climaxed the Ghana Month in a grand style.

The children put on traditional Ghanaian clothing representing the various ethnic groups in Ghana.

Elder Isaac Ocran, Children’s Ministry District Leader, explained that as part of the celebration of Ghana Month, the children were asked to wear traditional clothes.

Additionally, he said, the children were given lessons on Citizenship Education. The topics covered included: “Respect for People in Authority and Leadership” and “The Role of the Church in Producing Good Citizens.”

Some of the children explained the significance of the clothes they were wearing, which are typically used by chiefs and royals.

Ghana Month is celebrated every March to recognise the rich cultural heritage of Ghana and the independence struggle by our forebears. The period is also used to teach the younger generation the morals and values upheld in Ghanaian society.

Report by Enyonam Dormevenu, Ho.

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