You know that thrilled feeling you have when you are using something for the first time? You take the time to savor every moment; capturing them into memories; knowing you would never have the same feeling the next time.
Now imagine being a part of the inaugural service of a new church; where the music is just on-point, right on note and spirit-filled; followed by a soul-lifting sermon and ending with a refreshing breaking of bread and fellowship. It was a heartwarming experience, one I am glad to have shared with others.
The service took place on the 3rd floor of the Baptist House located at Dzorwulu a few minutes after 7am with prayer and a time of adoration and then treated with the purpose of meeting. The music group although relatively small in number, delivered a powerful ministration to the amazement of everyone with a well-balanced combination of English, Twi and Zulu songs. And the classic Baptist hymns were definitely not left out of the service proceedings.
The sermon was delivered by the President of the Ghana Baptist Convention (GBC), Rev. Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi, so you can be sure of a message loaded with biblical truths. He talked of the things that characterized the early church; stating that those same principals would be the foundation upon which the features of the new church would be established: Apostolic Teaching, Fellowship, Breaking of Bread and Prayer (Acts 2: 42-46).
The service ended on a refreshing note of breaking bread with neatly-packaged bread and eggs with assorted beverages and fruit juices for the little ones. The closing prayer and benediction were said at 9:30am.
This new worship center promises to be a refuge for anyone who walks in to be nurtured with the unadulterated word of God and to commune with fellow believers in prayer and support.
Are you looking for a new place of worship? Why not visit at the new Baptist International Worship Center (or BIWC as it fondly referred to)? It has the right ambiance to feel God’s presence and to fellowship with him and other believers in the spirit of unity and reverence to God.
Source: Josephine Amoako (Writer)