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La Area to inaugurate Youth Pastor next month

By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

La Area of the Church of Pentecost will next month inaugurate Pastor Isaac Osei as the Youth Pastor of the Area and expected to take place at the Dr. Thomas Wyatt Assembly, New Town in Accra.

Pastor Osei replaced the immediate past La Area Youth Leader Pastor Samuel Yaw Asare who has been transferred to another area of the church.

At the inauguration of the Caprice Worship Center (CWC) which will serve as the residence place of worship for the La Area Youth Pastor, the Resident Minister for Burma Camp Worship Center, Apostle Benjamin Kumi-Woode tasked the incoming Youth Pastor, the new executives and all committee members of the newly created district (Worship Center), to build the church on the foundation that has already been laid by Christ.

He emphasized that, no one can lay any new foundation, because Christ, who is the head of the Church, has already laid the foundation, quoting from 1 Corinthians 3:11. Apostle Kumi Woode later prayed for Pastor Osei and family as well his working team.

Caprice Worship Center has been created from the Kokomlemle District in La Area and it will serve as the Resident District for the Youth Pastor.

Also in attendance were Pastor Joseph Ackah, District Pastor of Adabraka, PastorKissi Agyekum of Labone District and Pastor Fred Antwi of Kokomlemle District.

The La Area of the Church of Pentecost is made up of more than 20 districts. They includes Adabraka, Merry Villas, New Town, Alajo, Avenue, Nima Alaska, Maamobi, Roman Ridge, Pentecost International Worship Center (PIWC-ATTC), Osu, Labone, Trade Fair, Kokomlemle, Tesano and among others.


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