A Night of Music

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    Oda District Choir in performance
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    Dwenama District Choristers performing
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    Assin Fosu choristers performing
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    Abura Dunkwa District Choristers performing
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    Section of the choristers enjoying the contest
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    Nsuta District Choir
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    Lead Apostle Oppong-Brenya (2nd right) and Apostle Ashie Kotei seated as judges. On their side are Sisters Bernice and Comfort
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    Asikuma District choir
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    Enyan District choristers performing
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    Cape Coast District Choristers leaving the stage after a performance
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    The choristers combined to perform an anthem
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    Cape Coast District choir leader receiving their award for placing first
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    The jubilating Cape Coast District choir

Let everything that has breath praise the Lord with music. It was all joy when members of the Cape Coast Apostle Area Choir of the New Apostolic Church met to celebrate a choral-fest and competition with Lead Apostle Samuel Oppong-Brenya and Apostle Robert Ashie Kotei, the host Apostle. This was part of activities to mark the 50th anniversary celebrations of the church in Ghana, at the University of Cape Coast (Central Auditorium) on Saturday 21st December, 2019.

It was a night full of music with angelic voices. Four songs were selected from the New Apostolic hymnal and were sung by each District. Lead Apostle Samuel Oppong-Brenya and Apostle Ashie Kotei sat in as judges for this big occasion.

The contesting districts sang in order as follows: Oda, Asikuma, Enyan, Dwenama, Abura Dunkwa, Nsuta, Jakai, Mankessim, Cape Coast and Assin Fosu. Amazingly, it was joy everywhere as all the Districts wholeheartedly sung beautifully. Eventually, the contest narrowed down to Cape Coast, Assin Fosu and Mankesim districts.

Cape Coast District won the contest with Fosu and Mankesim districts placing 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Lead Apostle Samuel Oppong-Brenya climaxed the occasion by thanking and blessing all the elderly in the choir for committing themselves to the work of God. He then told the gathering to be more sober as the end time is near. He also used the occasion to wish the choir a Merry Christmas and Happy New year.

In attendance were over 400 choristers from the 10 Districts out of the 13 in the Cape Coast Apostle Area, as well as the Districts Rectors and Deputy District Rectors.

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