The 2018 edition of Prayerfest was launched today at the JM Auditorium.
The week-long spiritual programme was launched by the Rector, Aps. Dr. Daniel Walker in an atmosphere fully charged by the Power of the Holy Spirit.
The Rector’s brief opening sermon taken from Luke 11 vs 1. emphasized that “there is no limit when going to our Father as sons and daughters of God, for we can break any and every protocol.’’
The power-packed service also saw the ministration of songs by the Mass Choir who further taught the congregants the theme song for Prayerfest 2018.
The Mass Theater staged a short drama portraying the importance of prayer stressing that as Christians “we fight our battles on our knees’ ‘and that God is a prayer answering God and His power supersedes all and so we should table all our troubles and worries before Him and He will harken to our cry.
The theme for this year’s Prayerfest is “CALL UNTO ME AND I WILL ANSWER YOU ‘’ (Jeremiah 33 vs 3). The Guest Speaker for the programme is Aps. Martin Seth Appiah, the Area Head of the Church of Pentecost, Obuasi.
Prayerfest is an annual spiritual activity where the university community come before the Lord God Almighty and lift prayers and supplications for wisdom, protection, grace, as well as pray for PUC, the Church, Ghana and the global community.
Below is the summary of the programme:
|Tuesday (23/10/2018)||Opening||11:00am – 1:00pm||Joint College Assembly|
|Tuesday||Evening||6:00pm – 9:00pm|
|Wednesday (24/10/2018)||Evening||6:00pm – 9:00pm|
|Thursday (25/10/2018||Evening||6:00pm – 9:00pm|
|Friday (26/10/2018)||Evening||6:00pm – 9:00pm|
|Saturday (27/10/2018)||Evening||4:00pm – 7:00pm||Praises and Worship Night|
|Sunday (28/10/2018)||Morning||7:00am – 10:00am||PUC Community Service|
Story by Deborah Leo Mensah