Sakaman Methodist Women assist Weija Leprosarium (Saturday, May 15, 2010 pg )

THE Women Fellowship of the Sakaman Methodist Church has donated items, food and toiletries to the inmates of the Weija Leprosarium.
The donation forms part of activities marking the 15th anniversary celebration of the fellowship.
Making the donation, the President of the fellowship, Mrs Mary Osei-Baidoo, said the donation was to demonstrate the group's support for and solidarity with the inmates and added, 'very often, we tend to forget you but rest assured that our visits and prayers would be more than before".
She said as Christians, the least the members of the fellowship could do was not only to pray for them, but also contribute in their small ways to cater for the needs of the inmates.
Mrs Osei-Baidoo urged individuals, corporate institutions and groups to support the inmates in order to improve their living condition at the leprosarium.
The Resident Pastor of the church, Reverend Philip Norgbodzi, said it was important for the church to pray for the inmates’ spiritual needs and also provide their physical needs.
He urged the inmates not to lose hope but remain committed to the Lord, and promised " We will continue praying for you so remain committed to the Lord."
Ms Gladys Adobea who received the items on behalf of her colleagues, expressed gratitude to the group for the gesture.
"May God bless you and continue to supply your needs, so that you continue supporting us", Ms Adobea said.


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