Vessels of Honour donates to orphanage

Apire (Ash) – Vessels of Honour � a youth choral ministry within the church of Pentecost, A.T. Nartey Memorial Temple at Bantama, in Kumasi, has celebrated its first anniversary with inmates of the Cherub’s Children Home, at Apire near Santasi.

According to Mr Emmanuel Osei Kwame, President of the group, the visit to the orphanage was in line with the theme for the anniversary celebration � Total Worship: The Orphan Matter, and explained that God’s plan for man was to totally depend on him (God) and to serve him and all of humanity.

Mr Osei Kwame urged the youth to remember their creator in their present youthful days, serve him and country with all diligence and make the best out this end time.

The group, whose members age from 11 � 35 years, spent the day worshipping and interacting cheerfully with the over 50 inmates of the home and later presented them with food items, toiletries and stationeries .

Elder Nicholas Osei -Bonsu, Founder of the orphanage, in his response, Expressed delight at the initiative of the youth group, and urged them to grow up with this humanitarian spirit and impact positively on their church, community, the nation and the world at large.

Elder Osei-Bonsu also appealed to the individual groups and corporate bodies to support the home in kind and cash to ensure its survival.

Source: Ghana News Agency