Subin Hill Central Assembly Church Building Dedicated web

Subin Hill Central Assembly Church Building Dedicated

The Subin Hill District in the Dunkwa Area of The Church of Pentecost has dedicated the 2000-seater church auditorium of its Central Assembly.

The multipurpose edifice, which also includes a Children’s auditorium, three offices, and five washrooms, was dedicated by the Dunkwa Area Head, Apostle Jones Awuah Afrifa, on Sunday, July 23, 2023.

The project was initiated in 2011, and after 12 years of commitment and hard work by the members, it has been successfully completed under the leadership of the current Subin Hill District Minister, Pastor E.A. Ayaabah-Willington, and his wife, Deborah.

The project is considered a great feat because it is the fourth attempt at putting up the facility after the three previous attempts failed.

During his sermon on the topic “Repositioning the Local Church According to God’s Pattern to Possess the Nations,” with Exodus 39:1, 5; 40:16, 32-34 as his main scripture references, Apostle Afrifa emphasised that God has a plan and pattern of doing things and expects believers to follow His commands, just as He commanded Moses when he was building the Tabernacle.

He cautioned that failure to act in accordance with God’s pattern results in death, as seen in the disobedience of Adam and Eve, which brought death to the world.

Apostle Afrifa further stated that everyone has a deposit of God’s gifts and talents that should be harnessed for maximum impact in personal life and society at large.

He noted that when one acts according to God’s pattern, it pleases God and humanity, which activates the blessings and glory of God.

In attendance at the dedication service were Pastor Peter Quayson (Dunkwa Area Secretary), the Area pastorate and their wives, and some clergymen from the Local Council of Churches (LCC).

Also present were Pastor Smart Kwaku Ayim, the first Subin Hill District Minister who is currently serving as the Ablekuma District Minister, Nana Kofi Agyei I (Chief of Ameyaw) with his elders, Nana Krobea Asante II (Chief of Afiafiso) with his elders, and many others.

Report by Subin Hill District Media Team

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