Pastor & Mrs. Masley: Celebrating 24 Years In Full-Time Ministry

Gideon Seth Masley was born on December 31, 1953, at Kodzi in the Volta Region to Mr. Albert Dzorkpe Masamaka and Deaconess Christiana Awusiga Blebu, both of Kodzi.

He had his Basic and Middle School Education at Avete L/A Schools at Anloga from 1962 to 1972 and proceeded to Anlo Technical Institute for his Secondary/Technical education from 1973 to1978. He later attended Peki Government Teacher Training College (GOVCO) now Peki College of Education from 1987 to 1989.

Pastor Masley worked as a Salesman at the erstwhile Ghana National Trading Company (GNTC) prior to his secondary school education and later taught as a Pupil Teacher at the E.P Primary School at Anyanui from 1985 to 1987. After his training at GOVCO, he taught at the Salvation Army Schools at Woe in the Volta Region from 1989 to 1993.

Pastor Masley’s mother was a Deaconess of the Church, hence he was born and bred in The Church of Pentecost, where he was taught the basic rudiments of Christian living. His love for the Lord’s work grew during his stay in Nigeria in 1979 where he contributed to the opening of assemblies in Bar Beach in Lagos State.

On his return to Ghana from Nigeria, he met the then Miss Alice Abla Alorvor in 1982 and they tied the knot in 1983. They have been blessed with three (3) daughters and a son.

Gideon Seth Masley succumbed to the persistent call of God into full-time ministry in 1994 and was first stationed at Adidome in the Volta Region. He went on to also serve at Dzodze (2000-2004), Ho (2004-2006), Bonakye (2006-2010), Kadjebi (2010-2012), Sefwi-Ackaakrom (2012-2015) and Tsito (2015-2018).

The Lord knowing very well the man whom he has called to His fold made provision of the most suitable helper, Mrs Alice Masley, to complement him. Together they have distinguished themselves as true soldiers of the Cross.

A retirement service would be held in honour of Pastor Gideon Seth and Mrs. Alice Masley on Sunday, July 29, 2018, at the Tsito Central Assembly in the Ho Area of The Church of Pentecost.


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