Diana Hopeson, Stella Seal, Hannah Marfo others rock ‘Women In Worship’ on Sunday
Patrons of this year’s Women In Worship would have a nostalgic moment, as veterans in the Ghanaian gospel music take turns to prove their worth of experience over the decades.
The event is slated for the University of Professional Studies, Accra, (UPSA) auditorium at 4pm on Sunday.
Unlike every other year, this edition will parade gospel musicians who left indelible marks in the hearts of music lovers with their life changing lyrical compositions and evergreen songs.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Genet Services, Mrs Georgina Nettey, the powerhouse behind the event, told The Spectator that preparations went on well as planned for a greater event.
She added that “morale is high, spirit-filled and we are poised for the Holy Ghost revival”.
According to her, this year’s event was very special, an edition to celebrate and honour our legends, women filled with God’s anointing and who have served in gospel music ministry for decades.
“I will ask each and everyone to come with an expectant heart, for the night of worship would give birth to financial breakthroughs, healings, God’s blessings, grace and favour and patrons should look out for lots of excitement in the house of our good Lord,” Mrs Nettey said.
She entreated every individual to be a partaker of this year’s Women In Worship for an unforgettable experience.
With “Alpha and Omega” as the theme, patrons would have an undiluted time of worship and praise with the evergreen, Bernice Offei, Mary Ghansah, Stela Aba Seal and Abaawa Connie.
Dynamic Tiwa of Yaw Sarpong and Asomafo fame, Esther Nyamekye and Hannah Marfo would be in their elements uplifting the patron throne of God.
With an unrelenting celebration of the goodness of God, Diana Hopeson, Amy Newman, Helena Rhabbles flanked by the indefatigable Tagoe Sisters would ensure that “the anointing flows unabated”.
By Edem Mensah-Tsotorme