Tsatee & Tosen-Nanyor Assemblies Dedication

Ho Area Dedicates Tosen-Nanyor & Tsatee Church Buildings

The Tosen-Nanyor Assembly church building and Tsatee Assembly Community Based Church Building (CBCB) under the Anum and Kpalime Districts respectively in the Ho Area of The Church of Pentecost have been dedicated to the glory of God.

The Tosen-Nanyor Church building project started in 1998 and was completed at a total cost of GHS 94,000 while that of Tsatee Assembly started in 2015 and completed at a cost of GHC 40,000. Both were dedicated on Friday, December 13, 2019, by the Ho Area Head, Apostle Moses K. Ahiakor.

Delivering a sermon based on 2 Chronicles 7:1-6 at the event, Apostle Ahiakor remarked that ” We should not see the church as just a structure but also the dwelling place of God”. “Just as both church buildings stand out differently among all other buildings in the community so should the Christian lives of members stand out from others,” he advised.

Being a festive season, the Area Head seized the occasion to further advise that Christmas should be celebrated in a holy manner abstaining from anything that would evoke the wrath of God upon the celebrants.

“It is a time we take a solemn retrospective of our lives throughout the year to acknowledge the faithfulness and mercies of God towards us and that of our families and appreciate prayerfully His gift of a saviour for the world” he admonished.

Overseer Bennett Nana Ayisi reiterated that “The Christian’s life is a window through which people look to Christ. Hence a Christian’s life must draw other people to Christ rather than drive them away.”

Pastor Cosmos Abi and Probationary Overseer Solomon Affram, the District Ministers of Anum and Kpalime respectively, cautioned members to keep a good maintenance culture to add up to the effort made by the church to put up such beautiful church buildings.

In attendance were the pastorates and wives of the Anum Zone and other clergies and Chiefs of the Area.

Report By: Overseer Felix Brakatu & Ms. Saraphina Opoku

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