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  • Writer's pictureNana yaw Dynamic

Church of Pentecost to set up E - Church

The Church of Pentecost (CoP) is all set to launch an e-church in June of this year, expanding its online presence.

This drive intends to bring the congregation experience to a more extensive crowd through internet based stages, cultivating a computerized local area for love, cooperation, and commitment.


The Chairman of the congregation, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, uncovered this drive as a component of Vision 2028 during the 2024 Worldwide Priests and Spouses Gathering at the Pentecost Conference hall in Gomoa Fetteh, Focal Locale.

This bold move aims to establish a virtual ministry space staffed by pastors and equipped with technology.

Over 5,000 ministers and their wives from over 150 countries are participating in the five-day conference, which is titled "A people of God unleashed to transform their world with the values and principles of the Kingdom of God."


Apostle Nyamekye underscored that the Vision 2028 drive is a continuation of the Vision 2023 plan, reaching out from 2018 to 2023.

The idea of "releasing" includes moving individuals past the bounds of the congregation into their effective reaches for change. This change incorporates the transformation of spirits and society through the gospel.

The Vision 2028 plan lines up with the Having the Countries statement of purpose of the Congregation of Pentecost, zeroing in on laying out mindful and self-supporting places of worship loaded up with committed, Soul filled Christians affecting their networks.

The Director made sense of that every one of the 31 topical regions assigned for Vision 2028 has explicit key targets.



While the worldwide idea of the congregation works in 150 countries as of December 2022, there is acknowledgment that mediations might shift in light of logical pertinence. Within their particular contexts, external branches are encouraged to align interventions with the spirit of the vision.

Vision 2028 looks to accomplish the general objective of the Having the Countries plan — making a congregation where individuals effectively change perspectives, contemplations, and ways of behaving with the qualities and standards of the Realm of God.


Dissimilar to Vision 2023, which zeroed in on preparing the congregation, Vision 2028 stresses releasing the congregation into society, empowering each part to have a service outside the congregation, becoming channels of God's elegance to the rest of the world.

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