Ghana: Ash-Town District SDA Gives to Kath Kids Ward

(THE GHANAIAN CHRONICLE)The South Ghana Conference of the Seven Day Adventist Church, Ash Town District, has presented assorted items worth about GH¢3,000 to the Children’s Ward of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH).

The items include an LCD television, chairs, toiletries, assorted drinks and tissues, mobilised through welfare and the coffers of the Ash Town District of the church.

The presentation was an annual occasion, which forms part of activities marking the church’s yearly Camp Meeting, which was held at the Military barracks branch of the church.

Presenting the items, the District Pastor, Pastor Kwaku Adu-Boahen, said the donation was the widow’s mite of the church, in fulfillment of the scripture which encourages one to support the vulnerable and those in need.

He said the church was hopeful that the items would bring joy to patients of the hospital, especially the children receiving medical care at the ward.

Pastor Adu-Boahen noted that the heart of the church would continuously be with the sick, as they seek divine healing for them on a daily basis.

He, therefore, urged Christians all over the country to fulfill the word of God, by rendering support to people who need them in the society.

The Nursing Officer at the Children’s Ward 4 and 5, Evelyn Acheampong, who received the items, thanked the church for the kind gesture.

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