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The Evangelism Ministry is the evangelistic wing of the church. It draws its membership from among members of the church with no restrictions on gender or age. The Evangelism Ministry has the primary responsibility of training members for soul winning and evangelistic activities, raising new converts and preparing them for church membership. The Evangelism Ministry operates at the National, Regional/Area, District and Local Assemblies. The main function of the movement Is making and building up new converts until they are enabled to obey all the commandments of Jesus.
The Youth ministry serves the spiritual needs of individuals between the ages of thirteen to nineteen (13-19) years. The church recognizes the youth as the future leaders of the church and society. There is, therefore, the need for them to be grounded firmly in the service of the Lord.
The Women’s Ministry is purposely for the women in the church. Every female in the church over the age of sixteen years is considered a member of this ministry. The main objectives of the ministry are to:
1. Encourage the women to build strong prayer lives
2. Improve their spiritual and family lives to be able to function as good wives and mothers
3. Set good examples as Christian women for society
4. Pray for the church and its leaders
PENTECOST MEN'S MINISTRY
The Men’s Ministry is a wing of The Church of Pentecost named the Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM) established by the international Executive Council in 1997 to cater for the interest of all men in the church and to provide a forum for gathering and teaching the Church’s male population in all aspects of Christian life. The ministry organizes seminars, workshops, lectures and symposia on all aspects of life including: Marriage enrichment, husbands’ responsibilities at home, child care and education, business management and techniques, leadership and responsibility in the Church and the State, current affairs at both national and international levels, the teaching of basic principles of domestic law and other specialized men-related ministries.
The Children’s Ministry Is devoted to ministering to the spiritual as well as the physical and emotional needs of the children in the church. Bible lessons tailored to the needs of children are prepared and administered by the leaders of the movement on Sunday mornings during the Sunday school session. Any child under the age of thirteen years is welcome to be part of this ministry. The main aim of the Children’s Ministry is to “Train up the children in the way of the Lord so that when they are old, they will not depart from it. Our ultimate mission is to win the world for Christ through the propagation of the gospel to the utmost part of the earth.”
In line with the Church’s vision of “Possessing the Nations” through Chaplaincy, the Church of Pentecost – COPUSA will make concerted efforts to promote godliness and the use of Godly principles in serving all spheres of society. The Church’s Chaplaincy practice will provide a presence as ambassadors of Christ and will look up to Christian chaplains for spiritual
care. The roles of our Chaplains will be supportive, serving as counselors and guides for the psychosocial, spiritual, and emotional care. The Chaplains’ primary obligation is to the patient. Chaplains will also come into contact with the patient’s family and be able to respond to their needs as required.
There are currently many Chaplains serving from different religious backgrounds. There are, however, not man in the Christian faith who have an intentional and missional impulse to point their patents to God when the occasion demands it within the permissible legal framework. For instance, In some establishments rules that govern such institutions may prohibit Chaplains from evangelizing patients. The need to fill this vacuum is dire; it is imperative that we as a church, fulfill that calling!