The Meridian Presbytery Women’s Bible Class of the Evangelical Presbyterian (E.P) Church of Ghana on Saturday, presented a quantity of liquid soap and detergents to the Ledzorkuku Krowor Municipal Assembly (LEKMA) Hospital in Accra.
The group also cleaned the environs of the hospital to keep it tidy.
Presenting the items, Presbyter Christine Aku Fugar, president of the Presbytery Bible Class, said the gesture was to demonstrate the group’s concern for members of the society.
Presbyter Fugar said as a group in the church, their fundamental goal was to build a strong spiritual relationship of its members in the Lord as well as support them with their physical needs.
She said the items would help cater for the laundry of patients and other cleaning needs of the hospital.
Presbyter Fugar mentioned Bible studies, excursions, talks on social issues, entertainment and a thanksgiving service to climax the activities marking the conference and rally.
The Reverend Mrs. Emma E. D. Sepah, Vice Principal of the E.P. Theological Seminary of the Church at Peki, said the presentation was the group’s way of showing care and love to the underprivileged in society.
“We must support ourselves and institutions in our society with resources to help them achieve their goals,” she said.
She said, the church upheld strongly the ideology of women empowerment and added that the items being presented to the hospital were produced by members of the Bible Class.
Receiving the items, Ms. Florence Nyaledzibor, Principal Nursing Officer (PNO) of LEKMA Hospital thanked the group for the gesture.
By Victor Buxton