Empowerment Worship Centre ready for ‘Stand in the Gap’ with Paula White-Cain, William McDowell, Nathaniel Bassey and 13 others

Empowerment Worship Centre (EWC) is set to embark this year’s ‘Stand in the Gap’ from June 27th to June 29th at The Prayer Factory, Dzorwulu in Accra.

The 48 hour non-stop prayer service promises to be a spiritual milestone, featuring worship led by a host of renowned international and local ministers. Dubbed ‘Answered Prayer,’ this year’s edition includes prominent figures in the Christian community such as Ampiah-Kwofi, Ben Doku, and John Hannah.

The event will also feature inspiring sessions by Nathaniel Bassey, Paula White-Cain, Matthew Thompson, and Victoria Orenze, ensuring a diverse array of spiritual insights and worship experiences. Attendees can look forward to uplifting performances by gospel music icons including William McDowell, Joe Mettle, Sunmisola Agbebi, and Ebuka Songs.

Additionally, the event will host special appearances by Uncle Ato, EWC Live, and Akesse Brempong, promising an atmosphere charged with fervent worship and prayer. The ‘Answered Prayer’ event is designed to foster a deeper connection with God, offering attendees a unique opportunity to engage in continuous prayer and worship.

The Empowerment Worship Centre, under the leadership of Pastor Gideon Danso, has been a beacon of hope and spiritual growth for the past decade, and this event marks a significant chapter in its journey.

The event will commence at 6 PM on June 27th and continue until the evening of June 29. The venue, The Prayer Factory in Dzorwulu, is expected to host thousands of participants from across Ghana, all united in prayer and worship.


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