Begoro Salvation Army Church receives new Church Pews.

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  • The Salvation Army Church in Begoro received about 50 new durable Church Pews days ago, from their  long-standing Church members who reside in The United Kingdom.

Madam Comfort Ama Mirekua, benevolent and promising member of the salvation Army church together with her siblings Asare Amoamah and Samuel Kwame Sah Acheampong all in London, made a promise late last year to replace all the old and broken pews in the church premises which were very weak and uncomfortable to sit on. The church and its leaders received the news in good faith and prayed towards the realization of such a dream they all been waiting for.

                           

The arrival of the 50 durable wooden church Pews was received with enormous Joy by the Begoro Salvationists and leaders within the community. The Pews were donated to the church by Madam Comfort Mirekua on behaIf of herself and her two siblings  in the presence and attendance of the National leaders of the Salvation Army Church and Nana Asare Baffour a representative of the Begoro Traditional Council.

Territorial Commander of the Salvation Army Church, Col. Samuel Amponsah dedicated the Pews into the hands of God. He also offered prayers for the Donors and asked for God’s blessings upon their lives.

Mrs. Hagar Amponsah, the Territorial Women’s Commander who also graced the occasion called on all women in the Salvation Army Church to emulate the support of Madam Comfort Ama Mirekua towards the church and offered a special Thanksgiving to her, for supporting the Begoro Salvation Army Church timely when the need arises.
                   Mr Asare Amoamah

The Head Pastor of the Begoro Salvation Army Church, Major Seth Baah also gave a wholesome Thanksgiving to Mr Asare Amoamah and Mr Samuel Kwame Sah Acheampong. He confirmed to the National leaders of the Salvation Army Church on how they have been supportive  to the church for Ages.

Mr Samuel Kwame Sah Acheampong

Madam Comfort Mirekua on behaIf of her siblings  shared with Newstodaygh that, the church is one of the oldest churches in Begoro where they were  raised and fellowship.

This is the church of our grandparents and parents in which we were born into so we are ever ready to give our support to the church to enable the work of God to flourish, she said.

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