The Okaiman West Glorious Assembly of the Apostolic Church of Ghana on Sunday, August 1, 2021, held a ‘Home Coming’ celebration programme to raise funds to support the construction of the new phase of its church building.
The Assembly is under the Nii Boiman District of the Apostolic Church in the Adabraka Administrative Area in Accra.
In celebrating the 25-years, the leadership of the Church put together a series of activities that started in January earlier this year.
Today, the activities have been climaxed with a homecoming service at the church premises located at Tabora Santana.
The homecoming service was put together specifically to raise funds to support the construction of the new phase of its Church building.
Delivering a sermon at the program, the District Pastor of the Okaiman West Glorious Assembly of the Apostolic Church, Pastor Daniel Kumi Asare urged church members to find delight in Christ and surrender the needed resources to help build the church. This he said when done, will attract abundant blessings from God.
He also encouraged church members to put on hold all personal projects and invest in the project of the church to glorify God, the maker they have decided to worship.
Gracing the homecoming service, Anyaa Sowutuom Member of Parliament, Hon. Dr. Dickson Adomako Kissi stressed the need for church members to get closer to God to succeed.
This he urged members not to be deterred to offer the little they can to help put up the church building.
The lawmaker told church members to “Get closer to God to succeed. Out of small and simple things God does big things."
He added, “Your vision for the building may appear difficult but it is possible. My prayer is for every church member to succeed. Never forget your God and how far he has brought you.”
The MP who could not stay throughout the service made a donation to the church before leaving with his entourage.
At the Homecoming Celebration, both past and current members of the Okaiman West Glorious Assembly of the Apostolic Church were present together with invited guests.
Besides raising money for the church building, there were pledges to provide 310 bags of cement from individuals.
The church aims to raise at least 500 cement bags before the end of November to ensure that the new phase of its building can commence at the end of the year.
All members of the Apostolic Church especially those with ties to the Okaiman West Glorious Assembly are encouraged to contact the church with donations to support the project to help the work of God.
Cash donations can be sent to Richard Mensah who is the Secretary to the committee in charge of the church building project via #0244113243.
During the Home Coming celebration, past and present members who have been committed to the church were honoured with citations.
The Home Coming event was sponsored by Crystal Language Institute, God Is Able Engineering, Nadstime Extension as well as Drews Pharmacy Limited.