The Keeper’s House Chapel launches anniversary

Accra, Dr David Mensah, Chairman of The Keeper’s House Chapel International, has called on religious leaders to desist from negative tendencies that may tarnish the image of the clergy.

He noted that selling of holy water, anointing oil and holy candles were not biblical and must, therefore, not be entertained.

Dr Mensah was speaking at the launch of the Second Anniversary celebration of the Church at Madina in Accra on Wednesday.

The one-week celebration, dubbed: Take-Off Convention 2017,” which is on the theme: Mighty Loyal Favoured, begins on Sunday, August 27 and ends on Sunday, September 3.

Some of the activities lined up for the celebration include free medical screening, donation to orphanages, blood donation, soup kitchen, clean-up exercise and thanksgiving service.

Dr Mensah said: God, in His wisdom, gave everything to us freely and, therefore, we must also reciprocate by offering free services at all times’.

He urged Ghanaians to reject all forms of mob justice because it was against the rights of the victims.

He said mob justice did not only show disrespect for the Law, but was an indictment on the conscience of the public.

Dr Mensah urged Ghanaians to support the Government in its efforts to eliminate illegal mining in the country.

He said the church, established in 2015, had been supporting the poor and the needy as part of its social responsibilities and that it would soon establish a school and a hospital to cater for the educational and the health needs of the people in the community.

Source: Ghana News Agency