In commemoration of the 100th year celebration of the founder of the Church of Apostles Revelation Society, Prophet CKN Wovenu, the Greater Accra Region held a thanksgiving service to honour the founder.
The event which took place at Abelenkpe had various branches coming from the region to witness this celebration.
The congregation was welcomed by Mr. Holy Agbolosoo. In his welcome address, Mr. Holy Agbolosoo outlined the purpose and significance of the celebration. He also eulogized the late founder of the Church for his numerous achievements and admonished all present to uphold the tenets and legacies he left behind.
To solemnize the event, 14 major choirs from Abelenkpe, Galelia No. 1, Toman, Pokuase, Anyaa, Madina Central, Adenta Barrier, Olebu, Iron City, Brigade, Dodowa, Rock City and Sempe all took their turns to sing to symbolize one of the values the Church is built on which is music.
Elder Dr. Klenam Attipoe briefed the congregation on the importance of launching the 100th years of Prophet CKN Wovenu ahead of the main celebration at the 79th Anniversay of the Church at Tadzewu.
Rev. Godwin K. Klutse, a Regional Superintendent Minister of Greater Accra region expounded on the compendium of Prophet CKN Wovenu works to the congregation.
Speaking to the congregation, he touched on how the Prophet began the foundation of the Church. He said “When the question of where to site the new harbour became the bone of contention between Ada Foah and Old Tema, a delegation of the Chief and elders of Old Tema came to Tadzewu to Mawu fe Ame( Prophet) at Tadzewu and appealed to him to pray to God that the harbour be located at Tema Development. Through a supplication Prophet Wovenu made to God, the Government had a change of mind and the harbour was built at the very spot where Mawu fe Ame stood and implored Jehovah to grant them their request.
He also spoke on when Prophet Wovenu succeeded in consecrating the Osu Christianborg Castle when he was consulted by the first President of Ghana, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, J.A Ankrah and other Government officials after several unsuccessful attempts.
In conclusion, he said the works of Prophet Wovenu were numerous and he advised the congregation to strengthen their hope in the Church and believe that the God of Wovenu is alive and will surely liberate them from their problems.
The event was chaired by Mr. Kofi Koranteng and Rev. Kplorla Nyamadi Gbetodeme. It successfully ended with a solicitation of support from the congregation to be used for the grand celebration at Tadzewu in December.