The entire membership of the HOPE Congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana on Saturday July 11, 2015 took the conversation of the word of God and health and wellness directly to the Amanase, a deprived community in the Eastern Region.
The mission project forms part of this year’s Youth X’plo events initiated by the church in to evangelise to persons in the rural communities and also reach out to them through presentation of clothing items.
On Saturday, July 11, 2015, four metro mass transit buses, One Coaster Mini Bus and a number of private vehicles filled members, young and old, men and women, children and Adult all of the HOPE Congregation set off for Amanase to join an Advance Team and the Medical Crew for the Mission and Medical Outreach in the community.
Since 2008, members of the HOPE Congregation led by the youth are given the opportunity to plan and lead a SOUL WINNING Campaign.
From that time, the medical and soul winning outreach teams have been dedicated to promoting early detection and prevention to a community that often will not receive regular health checkups. The team, this year showed a number of movies including the Passion of the Christ and witnessed to the community as part of the soul winning business.
Since its inception, the YOUTH X’PLO Train has been to 8 Rural Communities in Three Regions
In 2008, the seed was sown at the church premises in Sakumono Estates
2009, Dokorkyewa (Eastern Region)
2010 – Matsekope (Greater Accra Region)
2011 – Anyansu (Eastern Region)
2012 – Asuboi (Eastern Region)
2013 – Obom (Greater Accra Region)
2014 – Bontrase (Central Region)
2015 – Amanase (Eastern Region)