Gracefields Chapel visits Ksi. Children’s Home with donations and Hep. B screening

The Grace Fields Chapel head quartered at Adum in the Ashanti regional capital Kumasi has reached out to the Kumasi Children’s home.

The church donated food items, confectionaries, toiletries and detergents to the orphanage.

A free Hepatitis B health screening was also organized for the children to protect the home from the condition which easily spreads through bodily contact.

The outreach of the Gracefields Chapel formed part of the church’s annual Charis Praise Music Concert which was aired live on Ultimate FM.

Head of the music wing of the Grace Fields Chapel Minister Kwame Amehie told Ultimate News that the proceeds from the event formed the pooling base for the funds that went into purchasing the donations and organising the health outreach to support the orphanage.

Stressing the essence of what he called the 360 gospel where the church also ministers to the needs of people aside the preaching of the word, Minister Amihieh admonished, “there is more to be done for people. More people are in dire need of these kinds of support and so it is important that we all move in to help out with some of these social issues and then I think that God will be happy and smiling up above if we add these things to the gospel that we preach.”

Social worker with the Kumasi Children’s Home Georgina Aidoo who received the items on behalf of the home relayed the gratitude of the orphanage for the gesture.

“On behalf of the supervisor of the Kumasi Children’s home Madam Mabel Boamah, we will like to say a big thank you to Gracefields Chapel. We are so grateful for the items and the screening they are doing for our kids and we can only say God bless them and replenish them for their visit to the Kumasi Children’s Home,’ an elated Georgina told Ultimate News’ Ivan Heathcote – Fumador.

By: Ghana/ Heathcote-Fumador