“They joined with the other believers and devoted themselves to the apostles’ teachings and fellowship, sharing in the Lord’s Supper and in prayer……. They worshipped together at the Temple each day, met in homes for the Lord’s Supper, and shared their meals with great joy and generosity – all the while praising God and enjoying the goodwill of all the people. And each day the Lord added to their group those who were being saved.” (Acts 2:42, 44-47)
The Home Cells system has been an integral part of the activities of PIWC for a number of years. This is so because of the city-wide coverage of the Centre with some members residing in areas as Sakumono, Dansoman, Ashongman, Kasoa, Amasaman, Aburi, etc among other reasons.
At the Cell level, the expectation is that, members will meet in fellowships of up to fifteen in homes of members. At the meetings, members engage in Bible Study discussions, discipleship training, exhortation, share relevant life experiences, pray together and see to some welfare needs of their members. Cell meetings are held once a week on Sundays.
The Centre currently operates fifty-two Home Cells across the city of Accra. The operations of the cells are monitored directly by Zonal Elders and Leaders.
The Home Cell activities are generally supervised by an Oversight Committee made up of seven members as follows:
|1||Eld. Kofi Antwi Peasah||Chairman||English Service|
|2||Bro. Francis Krah Takyi||Secretary||English Service|
|3||Eld. Augustine Sarpong||Member||English Service|
|4||Eld. Charles Ohene Oti||Member||Akan Service|
|5||Dcns. Philomena Sam||Member||English Service|
|6||Dcn. Dr. Johnson Yeboah||Member||English Service|
|7||Dcns. Auswell Nyarko||Member||Akan Service|
is the vision of the Oversight Committee that the cells would gradually be strengthened to enable them function effectively as ‘local churches’ within their various areas of operation in their quest to win souls for the Lord within their various localities.