The Youth Ministry is specifically for building and developing the young men and women in the church. Sandwiched between the children and adult groupings, the youth is faced with identification and cultural dilemmas, which threatens their spiritual viability. The teachings at the children’s Sunday school are too elementary for their standard, and yet the teachings of the adult ministry are not very suitable for their needs.
This movement is purposely for the ladies in the church, as the name depicts. Our main goals are to encourage the women to build strong prayer life to enable us achieve our role of praying for the family, the church and its leaders; and to help us build a strong spiritual family life, to enable us function as good wives and mothers, thus becoming shining examples as Christian women in the society. We meet to pray for the growth of the church and also to intercede for the ministers. We also do character studies of distinguished women in the bible to emulate their rich character.
As the name portrays, this is purposely for the children in the church. Our main goal is to train up the children in the fear and knowledge of t he Lord. We teach the scripture and character studies of some notable biblical young characters who were taught the fear of God and grew up to become famous individuals in the society. Lessons taught in a Sunday school class are: obedience, respect, humility etc.
Pentecost Men's Movement (PEMEM), is the men's ministry in the church of Pentecost. It was formed to cater for the interest of all men in the church and to recognize the distinct position man holds in creation regarding our roles in marriage, family, work, church, leadership and the community we live in. Do you wonder if there are some secretes behind some successful marriages? Do you want to win the hearts of your wife and children? Do you want to be successful in life? Then join us now. All men in the church are expected to be part of us, so come aboard!
Christian professionals have been charged to always stand for the truth in their various fields of endeavours no matter the circumstances. This is because God has intentionally placed them in their spheres of work as representatives of Christ so that through them they that do not know Christ (the truth) may seek Him and find Him.The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, threw the challenge during the inauguration of the Pentecost Professionals Network held at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), Gomoa FettehRead more
The Director of the Men’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost (PEMEM), Apostle Emmanuel Ofei Ankra-Badu, has stated that, what makes transformation possible is one’s ability to materialize his or her vision. He said this during his maiden visit to the Teshie-Nungua Area of The Church of Pentecost at the Agnes Boahemaa Gyimah Temple.Speaking on the theme, “Man as an Agent of Transformation,” with scripture references from 2 Kings 6:1-6 and Romans 12:1-2, the PEMEM Director stated that, God created humans as forward-moving beings, and that forward movement requires vision.Read more
The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Kwabena Nyamekye, has commended the Youth Director, Apostle David Nyansah Hayfron, for his sterling leadership qualities and also serving meritoriously as the Director of the Church’s Youth Ministry for eight years. Other achievements and initiatives of Apostle Hayford as contained in the Chairman’s eulogy are the School of Apologetics, Political Chamber and Youth Business Networks, among others.Read more