The Women’s Fellowship of the Hope Congregation of Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Sakumono Estates have round off their activities for the year with a get-together, exchange of gifts and singing competition.
Six micro groups within the fellowship took turns to sing Christmas songs as part of the meeting. The groups include Esther, Ruth, Dorcas, Abigail, Deborah and Naomi. They all sung so well that each group got 99% from the judges and hence each group was declared winners for the day.
Present at the programme was the District Minister, Rev. Emmanuel Obeng Ntow. In his exhortation, Rev. Obeng Ntow admonished the women to teach their children the way they should go so they can emulate that when they grow. He said, “if you want to buy something for your child during Christmas, buy something he or she can in return buy for you in the future. If you buy a toy car, you know what you can expect in the near future, similarly, if you buy a toy gun, the expectation might not be the best”
The immediate past executives of the Women’s Fellowship were recognised for their contributions towards the Fellowship and were presented with parcels for their dedicated work during their tenure.
Pictures of the event can be found at www.facebook.com/hopepresby