The Hope Congregation of the PCG on Sunday, April 1, 2018 joined their counterparts in the world to commemorate Easter Sunday, the day that marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
At a ceremony which was spiced with singing of hymns and songs by the Choir, Royals of Hope and Singing Band, all three services witnessed a packed auditorium with worshippers, dressed in resplendent white and singing praises to glorify God and extolling the power of His resurrection.
In his sermon, Rev. Emmanuel Obeng Ntow, the Sakumono District Minister and Minister in charge said Christ’s Resurrection signified a new life for Christians.
He said the resurrection story signifies victory for Christians and offered Christians newness of life in Jesus Christ.
“Christ victory over the grave is an assurance that death will not hold us down” he said.
During the service, Rev Emmanuel Obeng Ntow also launched the 2018 Young Adults Fellowship (YAF) Week Celebration.
Below is the activities line up for the celebration.
Wednesday, 4th April – Exposition on the theme:”Let the earth hear – The favour of God in these challenging times”. 7pm – 9pm.
Speaker: Ronald Adom Oppong
Thursday, 5th April – Worship Night with Minister Becky Bonney backed by Royals of Hope. 7 – 9pm
Friday, 6th April – Prayer night interspersed with worship by Rev Frederick Kotey Ashaley, Minister Eugene Noi & Psalmist Safo from 7pm – 12am
Saturday, 7th April – Clean up in the chapel. 7am.
Saturday, 7th April – Movie Night. 6:30pm.
Sunday, 8th April – thanksgiving in all three services and induction of new executives
YAF consist of church members who fall within the age 30 and 40. The objective of the group among others is to train, coach and produce effective and efficient young adult leaders to help in the realisation of the church’s goals.
The motto of YAF is “Christ in You, the Hope of Glory” (Col. 1:27b), and our Greetings- YAF! Response – Fellowship in Christ.’