‘Women in Worship’ to honour gospel music veterans
The annual all female night of worship dubbed ‘Women In Worship’ has been launched along with a presentation to children at the Teshie Orphanage in Accra.
The event which came off last Saturday saw veteran gospel musician, Ms Stella Aba Seal and Tagoe Sisters interact with officials and children at the facility.
Mrs Georgina Nettey, CEO of Genet Services, outlining activities, said that this year’s event themed “Alpha & Omega” would be a ‘semi-virtual experience’.
She said the worship sought to celebrate the hard work of gospel musicians who had impacted the gospel industry with “dignified music and Christian morals over the decades”.
‘Life is so short hitmaker’ Bernice Offei; Amy Amber Newman, Mary Ghansah, Diana Hopeson, Hannah Marfo, Daughters of Glorious Jesus, Helena Rabbles, Tiwa of Yaw Sarpong Fame, Esther Nyamekye and Mama Esther, are expected at the main event, which comes off Sunday, September 20, 2020.
The event, according to organisers, would be streamed online and other selected media platforms with limited tickets available for purchase.
The team presented assorted items including gallons of cooking oil, bags of rice, and soft drinks to the orphanage.