Kasoa CP-Down District Gets New Mission House


The CP-Down District in the Kasoa Area of The Church of Pentecost has constructed a new mission house to house the district minister and his family.

The Area Head, Apostle James Kwabena Asare, assisted by the District Minister, Pastor Thomas Tete Asare, and other ministers in the Area, dedicated the six-bedroom manse with an office recently.

Delivering the sermon at the dedication service which took place at the Salem Assembly, Pastor George Timinca of CP District, spoke on the topic: “Whatever You Do, Do It To The Glory Of God.”

Quoting from Colossians 3:23, he admonished Christians to always remember that it is God who strengthens them to do what they are able to do, saying, “So, at the end of it all, we should give all the glory to God.”

The CP-Down District was created out of the CP District in 2015 with Pastor Alexander Kwabena Abrafi as the first district minister.

The land for the project was acquired in 1998 during the time of Pastor W.W. Asamoah (now retired), then pastor of Kasoa District. The Headquarters initially planned to put up a 3-bedroom apartment for Apostle Buenor Apedo (Rtd), an Executive Council Member of the church who was then retiring as a Missionary from Togo.

The construction of the building started under the supervision of Apostle Albert Amoah (now retired), the then General Secretary of the Church, and it was completed within four months.

Upon completion, the intended usage of the building changed when the Headquarters decided to put up a new building for Apostle Apedo in Togo since his family wanted him to settle there after his retirement.

The building being vacant, became temporary accommodation for church members. Later, the Construction Pioneers (CP District) was created and it became the official residence of the First District Minister, Pastor James Mensah, now of blessed memory.

Other Ministers who occupied the building included Pastors Charles Boadi, Alexander Kwabena Abrafi, and their families.

Upon the creation of the CP-Down District, it became necessary to reconstruct the old mission house with modern facilities.

The current District Minister, Pastor Thomas Tete Asare, who was transferred into the district in August 2021, continued with the project in earnest. By the grace of God, he completed the building in about five months after the assumption of office.

As part of the reconstruction, four new bedrooms were added to the old building, whiles one of the old bedrooms was demolished to make room for the expansion of the main hall and the dining hall.

Pastor T. T. Asare was full of appreciation to one Elder Paapa Asmah, officers of the district, and the members, for generously donating various amounts to finish the project on time.

He also commended the Area Head for releasing a grant to support the project  


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