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National Cathedral Fundraising To Be Held On 19th September In All Churches - Aps Opoku Onyinah

The immediate past chairman of the church of Pentecost and chairman of the board of trustees for the national cathedral, Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah has enlisted strategies by which the cathedral will be completed by March 2024. A Fundraising Strategy was launched at the Oil Dome of the Royal House Chapel International in Accra.

Speaking at the launch, Aps Opoku Onyinah said that the national cathedral is a gift from God to Ghanaians, therefore the church of God in Ghana must own it and must be responsible to see its completion. The strategy put in place is that churches will mobilise at least one million Christians and these will contribute not less than GHS 100 per month from this month till 3 years.

With this, they will be able to amass $200 million a year out of the $250 million estimated amount needed for the completion of the cathedral. Again, churches in Ghana are expected to set a week dubbed "National Cathedral Week" in a year. This week will be purposely for prayers into the completion of the cathedral as well as raising funds towards it. Aps Opoku Onyinah admonished all churches to set 19th September 2021 as the first fundraising day to raise funds towards the national cathedral.

Organizations and individuals who will contribute to the completion of the cathedral will have their names embossed on the wall of the cathedral, he said. The committee continued to inform those who would want to contribute to use the MoMo short code *979# or the bank account for the national cathedral.

At the ceremony were other men of God such as Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah of Royal House Chapel International, Dr Paul Opoku - Mensah, the executive secretary of the cathedral Secretariat. They also encouraged Christians in Ghana to fund the project to make it a reality and bring God's glory. 

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