...AND THE WINNERS WERE CHILDRENS' MINISTRY
It was all joy when members of the National Union of Presbyterian Students – Ghana (NUPS-G) in the University Of Cape Coast (UCC) met at the Basel Auditorium in Amamoma to grace this year’s union's socialization.
The event was held on Friday, 21st September 2018 which doubled as Founders Day in Ghana and members turned up in their numbers, considering the day was a public holiday.
Activities organised during the program include bible quiz competition, football competition, ludo and oware. These games were keenly contested by the various wings and ministries in the union. a
At the end of the games, the Children’s Ministry emerged overall winners, proving to the other wings and society at large that the society needs great heads, not grey heads. The jubilant teachers of these children reiterated that children should not be underestimated as they possess much skills and talents that are apt for the twenty-first generation.
The first runner-up position went to the Evangelism Wing, who were the defending champions and the third and fourth positions were grabbed by the Choir and Coordinating Team respectively. The Organising and Ushering Team could not perform the magic this time around and settled for the fifth position.
The Bible Study Wing may be good at memorising and interpreting the Scripture but their best at the games gave them the sixth position. it is said that Prayer moves mountains and indeed the Prayer Warriors are known for threshing mountains in the union but it appeared the games proved unthreshable to them as they (the Warriors) placed eighth.
Taking the ninth position was the Singing Band, who consoled themselves with their traditional songs, and the tenth went to the Jewels of His Crown Ministry. The Golden Vessels, this time around, were choreographed by the games and consoled themselves with the eleventh position.
All in all, Socialisation 2018 was all fun and great success and of course, the mouth-watering meals and finger-licking soup and stews prepared by the various wings contributed a great deal in making the program a success.
We congratulate the Socialisation Committee for giving members memories worth relishing!