Each year, the Wesley Girls’ High School community comes together with one heart and one voice to sing songs of praise and thanksgiving to God for all He has done. The annual Harvest celebration which took place, November 27, 2016, was no different as students and staff came together to present their token of gratitude to the Lord Almighty.
The Regimental Band filled the church with melodious renditions one after the other. Each house came forth to give a sum of their contribution amidst singing and dancing. Members of staff as well as the final year group were not left out, as they also gave their offering heartily.
After presentations were made and hymns sung, the congregation was blessed with an exhortation by the guest preacher, Rev Gifty, an old girl and teens’ pastor of Jubilee International Church, Accra, enlightened the gathering on the work of the church.
She said, “The church is a place of refuge for souls; God’s hospital on earth, an embassy of instructions. The church is not an aquarium for a selected school of fish to be tended; it is an ocean where we as Christians must go out to fish. The Son of God became the Son of Man, so the sons of men would become sons of God.”
The Bethel Methodist Church, Kakomdo, for the first time, graced the occasion and made a humble donation to the school.
The programme ended on a note of assurance that God loves a cheerful giver.
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