This event seeks to bring together our members to pray at the Grotto of the Valley of Prayer. This is also to make other members of other faith get to learn about the doctrines of each precisely, have experience of Christ's death and resurrection through to the cross in the well arranged statues of the stations of the cross. Members attending this event will also come along with prayer requests of family and friends so that we can together pray about it. This program will also help in connecting community members to their faith.
ACWAY Interfaith youth team of volunteers in Ghana also went on a courtesy visit to the Winners Chapel International Church as part of fostering Interfaith Harmony. ACWAY fellow Inusah Akansoke Al-Hassan led a team of 8 volunteers who met with leaders of the Church to discuss issues on inter-religious cooperation within the Kanvilli community, a suburb of Tamale. The Church pledged its support for ACWAY and its social activities in fostering Interfaith Harmony in the Kanvilli community.
ACWAY Interfaith youth team of volunteers in Ghana had a training session on the implementation of their Interfaith & Diversity Harmony project in Kanvilli, a suburb of Tamale. A total of 11 youth volunteers offered to work on this project, but 9 volunteers show up for the first session of training led by ACWAY fellow Inusah Akansoke Al-Hassan. The training concentrated on Interfaith and Diversity issues within the Kanvilli community. Necessary organizations were made for a community outreach sensitization on Interfaith and Diversity; and on February 15, 2017, 7 volunteers showed up for the community outreach sensitization. Our team successfully educated men and women who were at their shops and hangouts on the need to foster Interfaith and Diversity tolerance and cooperation for peace and harmony within the Kanvilli community. An estimated total of 115 local residents of Kanvilli received the message of Interfaith and Diversity Harmony from the ACWAY team.
All religions invited (open to the general public) Students, Religious leaders, Civil Servants, Non-Governmental Organizations, Corporations, Youth leaders, Traditional leaders, Teachers, Individuals & Groups,