Apostle Dr. Dela Quampah (National Head – South Africa)
Apostle Cameron Sikrweqe
Pastor Henry Damons
Rev Hein Van Wyk


Monday 18th February – Sunday 24th February, 2019


Morning Sessions 9:30am 1pm
Evening Sessions 6:30pm – 8:30pm
8:30am – 12 Noon on Sunday


PIWC AUDITORIUM ( 59 Kempton Road, Kempton Park)

It is a packed program for transformation, reformation, and elevation



I am pleased to welcome all of you here in the name of God the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit and on behalf of the national youth executive.

I am very much excited in my spirit to say that, 2018 Area youth camp, marks the beginning of a landmark in the growth processes of the COPSA.  I want to dress up the headaches that come with organizing a camp, in these words; It has not been easy, but it is worth it and it has become possible.

We want to express our gratitude to the National head of COPSA, Apostle Dr. Dela Quampah for his personal interest in the youth and his burden to ensure the youth instrument in the Church is vitalized. Together with his entire executives, the Youth ministry is grateful.

We also express our gratitude to Johannesburg area Coordinator, Pastor James Alfred Quaicoe, our host district Pastor and his executives and the Jhb area pastorate for their burden to ensure we run this maiden camp, successfully without deficit. We are aware of all those sacrifices and your bits to ensure the camp happens; May your labour never be in vain and may your reward be great.  

Our theme is “Sound basic gospel produces sound youth” carved from 1 John 2:24-25, and our slogan is, “back to basics.” and this camp shall empower us to repent from possible high mindedness and the temptations that come from being overly aware, interested and updated with all other things in the world but scripture. Some of you will understand after this camp the biblical reasons to “why we don’t do what we don’t do and why we do what we do

Please let it be on records that, the reflection of Dr. Dela  Quampah (national head) is true; “the purpose of COPSA youth ministry is not Youth Camp”, in that spirit , I want to charge all participants to go back to your various local Churches and light up, by attending your scheduled youth services and penetrate our communities with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The primary purpose for camp 2018 is to Challenge the youth for a cause, through the foundational instruments of our fathers (Tenets); I am very optimistic that, we can change the course of affairs in the World today through our tertiary institutions, but these ideas will be still born if you graduate and you decide to leave COPSA also.  In relation to scripture, I can tell you for a fact that, we are living in desperately dangerous times and we must be able to consistently and persistently engage the conditions around us with scripture and our biblical lifestyles and Christian TREND settings.

You are my witness that, today our high schools and tertiary institutions have become the cesspools of immorality, rebellion and the hotbed for anti-Christian worldviews and the future Parents, teachers, journalists, politicians, engineers, doctors, lawyers, scientist, bakers and business men and women are currently studying on that campus; that makes our campuses a strategic harvest field.

Since you are in that college, university and high school, can you please explore the opportunity for us to come into such environment with PENSA, which is long overdue? All you need to do is to get interested and hit a button to send a whatshap message to 071 847 0271. The incentives for doing that are many.

I want to specially thank all our facilitators who accepted our invitation to come and impart anointing, knowledge and experience. To our first – time campers, you are warmly welcome to fellowship in our spirit filled environment.

Let me close off by this; if you snooze at this camp, you will lose. Catch both the letter and the spirit as we sharpen our basics. Never forget that Sound basic biblical teaching will produce Sound YOU!


The Johannesburg area of the Church of Pentecost, South Africa pilots the first ever area youth camp which will be coming off at Altelekker Youth Camp Site, Centurion on the 11th to the 15th of July 2018.



Special Activities




and many more…………

Fee per person: R550

NB: Other areas camp meetings will be posted soon

2018 CAMP MEETING – Children’s ministry

Jesus! The friend of Children.
“Children are a gift from the Lord, they are a reward from him” (Ps 127:3 NLT).
The Children’s ministry will be having a three-day camp meeting in the Johannesburg Area which would be held at Altelekker Campsite, Plot 65 Doornkloof, next to Olifantsfontein in Tembisa, from 23-25 March 2018. The campsite is 24km from Kempton Park. The programme will be packed with intuitive exciting activities.  The age group who are to attend the camp are from 7 to 12 years. Any teenager who wants to join is welcome.

There is going to be another camp meeting in East London for the areas of Mthatha and Port Elizabeth from 10-12 August 2018 at Lekkeroord Christian Campsite.

for more information kindly contact the National Children’s ministry Leader: Pst. Eric Bampo on 074 608 8983.


The Glorious Assembly Church Auditorium of the Kempton Park District, in Johannesburg Area, of The Church of Pentecost has been dedicated to the glory of God.

The dedication service which took place on 3rd December, 2017 was performed by the International Missions Director, Apostle Emmanuel Gyesi Addo and assisted by the National Head, Apostle Dr. Dela Quampah and His Executives

Brief Background of Kempton Park Assembly

The Church of Pentecost Kempton Park Assembly off springs from The Church of Pentecost Johannesburg District.  Johannesburg District started in September 2003 under the leadership of Apostle Michael Collins Asiedu and Pastor Evans Adu Akkufo.  As the church grows, other members from Kempton park joined. So, in 2006, the Presbytery decided to start a new assembly in Kempton Park under the leadership of Apostle Martin Seth Appiah and Pastor James Alfred Quaicoe. Members in Kempton Park started the church in a rented place.

New Dimension of the Church

As the church increased in membership in Kempton Park, there became a need to have a bigger place of worship. The church begun to pray for new place of worship. In October 2009, the church found a building for sale at 20 Noordrand, Kempton Park. The church under the leadership of Apostle James Willie Devans Cudjoe, approached the owners and expressed interest to buy. Apostle then contacted the International Missions office in Ghana for assistance. The cost of the building was One Million and Fifty thousand Rand (R1,050,000) excluding transfer cost.

Speaking on the topic, Apostle Emmanuel K. Gyesi Addo expressed His appreciation to the Almighty for the strength, and the resources to be able to acquire the building. He also congratulated the Leadership of the Church who initiated the acquisition of the building. He thanked God for the ministers and the members of the Church for the hard work, contribution, and putting into good use, the fund raising and all the support received.

Mrs. Elizabeth Gyesi Addo unveiled the plague assisted by Mrs. Comfort Quampah, who read the plague of Honor and Mrs Selina Quaicoe did the honors in the cutting of the ribbon.

The International Missions Director prayed that dedicated auditorium will become a place of life (salvation), healing, restoration, peace and comfort. “A place that the Lord will attend to our prayers at the time we cry unto Him, and cause His presence to be with us” he added.

The programme was well attended by people from far and near. Among the participants were ministers of the church and sister churches. The Church lifted up a militant song of praise to Glorify the Lord for a successful dedication service.