The Church Of Pentecost Constructs 30 Mechanised Boreholes Across 10 Areas web

The Church Of Pentecost Constructs 30 Mechanised Boreholes Across 10 Areas

The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has revealed that the church will continue to provide facilities to alleviate the plight of people in communities. He made this announcement during the presentation of the State of the Church Address (SOCA) at the opening session of the 18th Extraordinary Council Meeting at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC) in Gomoa Fetteh near Kasoa.

Apostle Nyamekye stated that the church has already provided many such facilities over the years under the Community Safe Water Improvement Project. In 2023 alone, the project drilled and mechanised 30 boreholes across 10 mission areas in Ghana.

The drilling and mechanisation of these boreholes, undertaken through the Church’s social services wing, Pentecost Social Services, are located at Tamale, Yendi, Walewale, Hohoe, Wa, Sawla, Kete Krachi, Konongo, Atebubu, and Kintampo. These areas are all underserved communities with institutions and mission houses lacking access to potable drinking water.

According to the Chairman, over the past five years (2019 – 2023), the Church has cumulatively provided 193 water facilities to deprived communities, institutions such as schools, prisons, police stations, and health facilities, as well as mission houses in Ghana. These facilities serve over 100,000 people around these communities.

The Chairman expressed delight at the Church’s contribution to societal transformation, emphasising that the church’s relevance lies not only in providing spiritual guidance and relief to people but also in ensuring their holistic well-being and that of the environment in which they live. He stressed the importance of quality of life while serving God.

It is worth noting that The Church of Pentecost continues to make significant investments in the areas of health, education, employment, social amenities, environmental cleanliness, and more as part of its social and civic mandate to transform the world with the values and principles of the Kingdom of God.


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