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Adom Kyei Duah Unveils New Ultra-modern 25,000 Seater Accra Church Auditorium



Stephen Adom Kyei Dua, the Founder and General Overseer of the Believers Worship Center, also known as Second Chance or Philadelphia Church, has inaugurated a 25,000-capacity ultramodern church auditorium at Pokuase Katapor Estate in Accra. This new facility now holds the title of the largest church auditorium in Ghana, surpassing the Perez Dome, which accommodates approximately 14,000 people.

The inauguration of the church saw a significant turnout, with attendees arriving as early as 4:30 am to secure their spots within the expansive new space. According to reports, by the time the service began, the auditorium was filled to its capacity.

A video shared on social media captured the bustling atmosphere inside the massive auditorium, highlighting the excitement and enthusiasm of the congregation. The video was accompanied by the caption: “The Founder and General Overseer of Believers Worship Center, well-known as Second Chance or Philadelphia Church, Stephen Adom Kyei Dua, has commissioned a 25,000-capacity ultramodern church auditorium at Pokuase Katapor Estate, Accra.”

The new facility is expected to become a central hub for worship and community activities, reflecting the rapid growth and influence of the Believers Worship Center under the leadership of Stephen Adom Kyei Dua. The opening of the auditorium marks a significant milestone for the church and its congregation, setting a new benchmark for religious infrastructure in Ghana.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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