Estate Worship Centre Donates Motorbikes To 3 Districts, Supports Fulani Trainees

The Estate Worship Centre in the New Tafo Area of The Church of Pentecost, Kumasi, has donated three motorbikes worth GHS 18,600.00, and some used clothing and footwear to support three districts of the church in Ghana.

The beneficiary districts were Dzodze Adagbledu District in the Aflao Area, Abura Gyabankurom District in the Mankessim Area, and the Esienkyem District in the Goaso Area. 

The Area Missions Committee Chairman, Pastor Stephen Ayerakwa Gyan, on behalf of the Area Head, Apostle Samuel Antwi, recently presented the items to Pastor George Amonoo, Member of the International Missions Board, who handed them over to the representatives of the Area Heads of the beneficiary districts.

The gesture, according to the District Pastor of Estate Worship Centre, Pastor Matthias Onu, was from a group in his Worship Centre called “Friends of Missions” who contributed some money to purchase motorbikes to solve the transportation challenges faced by ministers in the beneficiary districts.

The Area Head, Apostle Samuel Antwi, praised the efforts of the leadership of the Estate Worship Centre and the Friends of Missions towards the other churches. He charged other districts to imitate the act and extend helping hands to the needy.

“I am glad that Estate Worship Centre has been able to do such a wonderful donation. We believe this will go a long way to resolve some of the challenges pastors go through,” he said.

The items were presented by the Area Missions Coordinator, Pastor Stephen Ayerakwa Gyan to the Missions Board Committee Member, Pastor George Amonoo before it was handed over to the various Area Representatives.

The beneficiary districts thanked the leadership and members of the Estate Worship Centre for the kind gesture, describing the donation as very timely.

Meanwhile, the New Tafo Area has presented GHS 5,000.00 to support Fulani graduands of the Home and Urban Missions who have been trained to win souls for Christ.

The Area HUM Coordinator, Pastor Kwaku Anak, appreciated the act by the Area and thanked the Area Head and the pastorate for the support. 

The Area also presented GHS 5,000.00 to support the purchase of a vehicle for Pastor Daniel Karikari of Abura Gyabankurom District in the Mankessim Area whose vehicle got burnt at a fitting shop at Aflao Junction on December 2, 2021.

Report by Owusu Dennis, New Tafo – Kumasi.

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