Teberebie Assembly Church Building Dedicated web

Teberebie Assembly Church Building Dedicated

A magnificent church auditorium belonging to Teberebie Assembly in the UMaT District of the Tarkwa Area of The Church of Pentecost has been dedicated.

The Tarkwa Area Head of the Church, Apostle Dr Daniel Okyere Walker, supported by the District Minister, Pastor Bright Nyamedor, recently dedicated the huge church building.

The church in Teberebie started in 1943 with the missionary activity of the Founder of The Church of Pentecost, Rev James McKeown, who spent five days in the community to plant the church and left it in the hands of the late Elder Ehuradwo Senior to preside over. 

The Area and the District supported the project through grants, while the local assembly and the hard work and contributions of the members went a long way to ensure the successful completion of the building.

Dedicating the building, Apostle Dr Daniel Walker commended the local assembly for their zeal, sacrifice and commitment to completing the edifice.

He also praised the District Minister and his wife for their numerous contributions towards the church building.

Preaching on the theme, “Manifesting God’s Glory,” Pastor Emmanuel Kwame Nkansah of Aboso District took his scriptures from 1 Kings 8:11, Ezekiel 43:1-5 and Mathew 24:1-2 and charged believers to let their lifestyles depict the glory of God so that anyone who experience them would know that they are indeed the children of God.

He lamented that many Christians cannot manifest God’s glory because of their ungodly lifestyles. He noted that menace has reduced their confidence level and the power to preach the word of God since they behave like any ordinary person.

He indicated that wherever God’s glory is manifested, God’s power, character and strength are evident among the people.

He, therefore, urged Christians to do everything possible to manifest the glory of God in their lives to reveal Christ to the world. 

In attendance was the wife of the Area Head, Mrs Irene Odi Walker, the Area Pastorate and their wives, Nana Adupanin (Apinto Tufohen), Nana Akuomah II, Nana Kojo Minnah II, and Nana Ewuza.

Report by Tarkwa Area Media Team. 

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