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2023 Heads Meeting Opens


The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, on Monday, November 13, 2023, officially opened the 2023 November Heads’ Prayer Meeting at the Pentecost Convention Centre, Gomoa Fetteh, near Kasoa in the Central Region. 

The Heads Prayer Session is an annual meeting of all Apostles, Prophets, Area and National heads from the 151 nations worldwide to pray and fast for the church and discuss the church’s theme for the ensuing year.

Apostle Nyamekye, in his opening address, implored the participants to see themselves as representing constituencies, charging them to remember their obligations as ministers of God and fulfil them with great dedication to the glory of God.

He disclosed that the meeting will also unveil a new vision for the church – Vision 2028 – which is expected to elevate the church to a new level of growth as Vision 2023 draws to an end. 

The Chairman further used the medium to introduce delegates from sister churches in Togo and Benin: The Church of Pentecost in Togo and Faith Pentecostal Church in Benin. He explained that after years of animosity and mistrust, the two churches are now together in the spirit of unity to share fellowship to the glory of God.

The Chairman also acknowledged twelve heads and their wives who are expected to retire from active service in 2024.

They are: Apostle Derek Kwaning Mireku, Apostle Seth Kwaku Asomaning, Apostle Frederick Kweku Andoh, Apostle Kenneth Baffoe Antwi, Apostle Dr. Daniel Okyere Walker, Apostle Samuel Yaw Antwi, Apostle Emmanuel Ofei Ankrah-Badu, Apostle Ilboudo Antoine, Apostle Agyei-Gyamera Alex, Apostle Appiah Joseph Kwaku, Apostle Tabi Sam Agyeman and Apostle Augustus Martey Asemnor.


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