Boston District Gets Mission House
The Boston District of The Church of Pentecost in the United States of America has acquired a permanent place of residence to accommodate the minister in charge of the District and his family.
The newly-acquired mission house, among other facilities, has a two-storey foyer, an office and a spacious car garage,
According to the District Minister, Pastor Samuel Sackey-Hughes, the leadership of the church decided to purchase the building so as to end the high cost of renting a place of residence for ministers who are assigned to serve at the District.
The facility, which is located in the city of Franklin in Massachusetts, is conveniently situated close to all the three assemblies in the District.
To God be the glory!
Report by Deaconess Valerie Okoh, Boston District Secretary