New pastor welcomed by King’s Lynn Church
King’s Lynn Church of the Nazarene has announced that it will be inducting its new pastor, Rev Augustine Baah, at a service on Saturday, October 14.
The Church of the Nazarene in King’s Lynn will host an induction service for Rev Augustine Baah at Reffley School on Saturday, October 14 at 3pm.
Originally from Ghana, Rev Augustine Baah has previously served in the Fenton Church of the Nazarene in Staffordshire since 2012. He and his wife, Eunice, arrived in King’s Lynn on July 31 with their three daughters, 12-year old Perpetual (Pep), 10-year old Precious, and 3-year old Pearl.
Augustine has a BSc in Agriculture, and a BA in Theology, and has just heard that he has successfully achieved his MA in Theology. His theology studies have taken place as a part-time student at Nazarene Theological College in Didsbury, Manchester. He was ordained in 2015.
June Mitchell, a member of King’s Lynn Church of the Nazarene, said: “His wealth of bible knowledge, and ability to convey the gospel clearly and with humour, together with his compassion and love for people has already endeared him to the congregation at King’s Lynn.
“Eunice and the girls, with their big smiles and friendliness to all, have also found their place in our hearts already, and we look forward to the impact their ministry will make, not only in our local church, but in our community here in West Norfolk.”
Visitors would be most welcome at this special Induction Service.
Reffley School, Reffley Lane, King’s Lynn, PE30 3SF
Photo: Rev Augustine Baah with wife Eunice and daughter Pearl.