The unprecedented lockdown in the Larger Accra Area to end the distribute of the fatal coronavirus has stung the greater part of individuals, leaving the a lot less privileged anxious about how they can endure through the period.
To make the situation fewer nerve-racking and at ease for the susceptible in the afflicted places of the lockdown, the Empowerment Worship Centre (EWC) has released an initiative dubbed the “Operation EWC Lockdown Relief” Job.
The job has the mission of spreading the like of Jesus in a realistic way to as several folks as the Church can.
The Operation EWC Lockdown Reduction Project was established up by the Direct Pastor of the Empowerment Worship Centre, Prophet Gideon Danso.
It kick started off immediately the lockdown took effect in the money and other pieces of the place to place smiles on the faces of men and women going by way of excruciating moments in this bleak period.
In accordance to Prophet Gideon Danso, it is crucial for the church to give again to culture because the enjoy of God poured in the hearts of Christians should really travel us to have compassion on the needy in society in particular in these complicated times.
Now, over 1000’s of less privileged households have obtained food stuff kits, and critical items like sanitizers to help them to cater for their various properties.
The Procedure Lockdown Aid Team has so much visited a lot of afflicted communities in the Higher Accra Area together with Adenta, Lapaz, Kwashieman, Mallam, Gbawe, Tetegu and Kasoa. The Aid Workforce led by Prophet Gideon Danso is still on the floor, distributing food stuff and essential goods to the needy in influenced Communities in Accra until the Partial Lockdown is around.
In the meantime, the Empowerment Worship Centre is entreating its associates and the entire citizens of the country to keep dwelling and continue to be risk-free but normally remember to choose religion around fear simply because the pandemic will go.
Enjoy random shots of the EWC associates distributing meals on the streets of Accra.