The praise and worship service is in appreciation to God for His unfailing mercy in maintaining peace and stability in Ghana after eight months of uncertainty, fear and anxiety that gripped the nation before, during and after the Supreme Court election dispute.
The statement said Ghanaians ought to ascribe to God the glory due His name for 'redeeming our motherland from destruction.'
It invited the public to participate fully in the service, which will start at 10 a.m, either in person or via Ghana Television (GTV). The attire would be white.
It said similar sessions would be held at the Jubilee Parks in Kumasi, Sunyani, Takoradi, Tamale, Bolga, and Wa. In Cape Coast, Koforidua, and Ho, the sessions would be held at the Wesley Hall, Jackson's Park and RTC Park, respectively.