The Hope Congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Sakumono Estates on Sunday, December 31, 2017 celebrated some of its members for their achievements in various fields of study. The annual appreciation and recognition Sunday also coincided with the annual family Sunday of the congregation. Family Sunday is used to celebrate families and promote bonding.
The award recipients were: Edmund Kyei Akoto-Danso for the award of a Ph.D in Agricultural Sciences by the Kassel University in Germany; Ernest Darfour for the award of a Ph.D in Politics by the University of Hull, United Kingdom; Margaret Anaglate for her recognition as a rising star among female Finance professionals; Theresa Ansaa Anaafi for receiving the Mandella Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders by the U.S State Department; Esther Odai for being adjudged the Personality of the Year by e-Process Int. S.A. (Ecobank); Ebenezer Twum Asante as the CIMG Marketing Man of Year 2016; Best CEO of the MTN Group in 2016 and elevation from CEO of MTN Ghana to a Regional VP; George Ofosuhene whose company, Bond Savings and Loans was adjudged the Best Savings and Loans Company of the Year 2016; and Vida Adu-Gyamfi for her exceptional service of forty-four years to the Local, District and Presbytery Singing Band.
As part of the service, the Church choir also appreciated Mr. Dominic Ansa-Asare Asst. (Director of Music), Mr. Isaac Okyere-Ankamah (Choir Master), Mr. Charles Asiedu (Organist / Asst. Choir Master) and Mr. Edem Sukumeh
(Choir Master, Most Holy Trinity Congregation) for their dedicated service. They were presented with special hampers.
Preaching on the theme; “Ebenezer”, the Resident Minister, Rev. Emmanuel Obeng Ntow said Ebenezer is the landmark of work accomplished. Rev Ntow whom is also the Sakumono District Minister of the PCG said the monument that was set up is a reminder to the people of Israel that God has brought them that far and that He will continue to bring them victory and that as christians, we should continue to choose to follow Christ and take Him seriously.
“We all need Ebenezers. We all need reminders of where God has brought us and the promise that He will continue to guide us. We also have to remind ourselves of how God delivered us from the depths of our sins,” He said.
Pictures of the event could be found at www.facebook.com/hopepresby