The Young Adults Fellowship(YAF) of the Hope Congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana has climaxed its annual week celebration with a Thanksgiving Service

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During the weeklong event, members of YAF visited the various generational groups in the church on their meeting days, joining hands and hearts through the power of fellowship, praise, worship, prayer and evangelism with the following objectives in mind.

The immediate past YAF Secretary, Naa Bruce -Konuah explained in a brief report that the objective of the visit was among other things to introduce YAF to the groups “as we often felt that we were forgotten about”

She added that the visit was also to find out the expectations of the members of the other groups from YAF and how best the two groups  can collaborate on activities

According to Naa Bruce Konuah the visit was also targeted at identifying members in these groups who fell within the YAF age bracket and inviting them to YAF meetings.

On YAF activities under the year in review, she expressed appreciation to  the Ministerial Team, agents, Session and the entire congregation for their unwavering support in guiding the groups  tottering steps into firm strides.

“With new members soon to be transitioning into YAF and existing members transitioning out into the next phase of their lives, our planned activities carried out could not have taken place at a better time such as this. We stepped out in faith, strongly believing that this will boost the confidence of not only our members but members of all the church groups in knowing and supporting each other in the church body.” The report said.

Since its conception in June 2006, the Young Adults’ Fellowship of Hope Congregation has carried out various programmes and activities to address the spiritual, social, psychological, and health needs of members as well as strengthen the fellowship of this generational group.

The growth of the fellowship is extremely important as it is a reflection of the growth of the church as a whole.

The report said the main focus of the group for this year was a different approach to a revival than what we are used to.  “It was all about the Young Adults, reviving the Fellowship by generating the interest of church members, most especially those who fell within the YAF age bracket and further increasing member interest and participation”.

The thanksgiving service also gave way for the inauguration new YAF executives to lead the group, the new executives are Eric Agyei – President, Ransford, Doodo – Vice President, Kofi Kyei Buabeng – Secretary, Mavis Koranteng – Assistant Secretary, Paul Kofi Narh – Organizer, Nii Adjetey Badu – Assistant Organizer, Simon Apronti – Treasure, Milana Agyemang – Financial Secretary, Serwaa Opoku Fosu – Ex official, Dr. Emmanuel Kyeremanteng Amoah – Ex Official, Isaac Denkyi Koranteng – Ex Official and Solomon Buenor Adi – Ex Official

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