Women’s Ministry Director Visits Nkwanta Area

The Women’s Ministry Director of The Church of Pentecost, Mrs. Philomena Mireku, her deputy, Mrs. Vivian Ofosua Amfo, and Mrs. Comfort Quampah (a National Executive Committee member of the Women’s Ministry) have embarked on a three-day working visit to Nkwanta Area of the Church. 

They were received on arrival by the Area Head, Pastor Seth Dwamena Asante, and his wife, Margaret, at Kpassa on Wednesday, August 10, 2022.

Also present to welcome them were a cross-section of the Area pastorate and the Area Executive Committee Members of the Women’s Ministry, headed by Deaconess Rebecca Binlinla.

As part of the visit, the team paid a courtesy call on the Paramount Chief of Kpassa, Ubor Stephen Konja Tassan VI, who is an Elder of the church and a National Executive Committee Member of the Chieftaincy Ministry. 

To officially commence their working visit, Mrs. Philomena Mireku and her team fellowshipped with the Women’s Ministry in the Kpassa Zone on Wednesday evening. She shared with the women the strategic vision of the Women’s Ministry and urged them to work hard to ensure that it becomes a reality.

She also advised them to endeavour to always live at peace with everyone. 

The team also met with the women in the Nkwanta Zone, made up of seven districts, on the following day. The meeting recorded a massive attendance from all the districts. 

The women delegation also visited the St. Joseph Hospital at Nkwanta, where they made a cash donation of GH¢ 1,700.00 in support of a male patient in the Intensive Care Unit who was one of the victims of a gas explosion at Kpassa.

The women were accompanied by Pastor Seth Dwamena Asante and some ministers in the Area, including Pastor Ernest Wisdom Worlanyo of PIWC-Nkwanta, who led the team to pray for the patient.

Receiving the donation on behalf of the patient, the hospital staff led by the Medical Superintendent, Dr. Gokah, expressed their utmost appreciation to The Church of Pentecost for the kind gesture, saying: “The Church of Pentecost is the first to have made such a donation towards the treatment of the patient.”

Report by Pastor Albert Adu-Gyamfi 

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