New Aplaku District Women’s Ministry Launches A Caring Heart web

New Aplaku District Women’s Ministry Launches “A Caring Heart”

The Women’s Ministry of the New Aplaku District of The Church of Pentecost has launched an initiative titled “A Caring Heart,” which aligns with the ministry’s Biblical duty and focus.

Deaconess Esther Obeng Dapaah, working closely with the District Women’s Ministry, spearheaded this program, which is dedicated to supporting single mothers and widows in the church.

Deaconess Esther Obeng Dapaah, a former Member of Parliament for Abirem Constituency and Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, is now the Nkosohene of Akyem Otumi in the Birem North District.

The occasion was graced by esteemed guests, including Apostle James Kwabena Asare, the Kasoa Area Head, Deaconess Philomena Mireku Quainoo, Women’s Director of The Church of Pentecost, Deaconess Dora Dapaah, Kasoa Area Women’s Leader, and Minister Ruth Adjei, who ministered to the gathering in songs.

In his welcoming address, Apostle James Kwabena Asare urged attendees to make a lasting impact within the house of God, ensuring a legacy for future generations. Honourable Deaconess Esther Obeng Dapaah, reflecting on her 45-year commitment to supporting widows and single mothers across various church communities, expressed fulfilment in serving others.

Deaconess Philomena Mireku, the Women’s Director of the Church of Pentecost, emphasized the importance of honouring and uplifting the elderly while encouraging mutual transformation and support within the congregation. She extended gratitude to the District Women’s Leadership and Honourable Deaconess Esther Obeng Dapaah for initiating and fully sponsoring the vision.

The event culminated in the distribution of hampers, each containing half a piece of cloth and 5 kilograms of rice, valued at GHC. 20,000. Additionally, Madam Leticia Nyameke Sam, a member of the Sampaman Local Assembly in the New Aplaku District, generously provided complimentary catering services for all attendees.

The recipients expressed profound gratitude to the Women’s Ministry for their generous and compassionate gesture, reflecting the true essence of “A Caring Heart” within the house of God.

Report by New Aplaku Media Team

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