Delaware District Mission House, USA

Delaware District Completes Mission House

The Delaware District of The Church of Pentecost in the United States of America (USA) has dedicated its newly constructed ultra-modern mission house.

The mission house is a 4000 sq. ft. five-bedroom house with toilet and bath in each bedroom, a family room, living room, study/library, first-class kitchen, a powder room, and a two-car garage with a large basement. It sits on a ½ acre plot of land.

The sod-cutting ceremony to commence the construction of the building was performed in June 2017, and finally completed in April 2018.

The Delaware District was officially created in 2014 with Pastor Samuel Sackey-Hughes as the first Resident Minister, who stayed in a rented apartment. As a result, there was an urgent need to acquire a permanent mission house with enough rooms to accommodate the district pastor and his family, and future guests.

By the grace of God, the search led us to a new housing development that was being constructed in Middletown, a fast-growing town in Delaware. The leadership of the church decided that Middletown was a good location for a mission house because it was a central location to Bear Central, New Castle PIWC, and Dover PIWC assemblies.

To God be the glory for the successful completion of the project.

Report From Dennis Asubonteng, Delaware, USA


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