Contemporary music ministry, The Pent Project, on 2nd April (Easter Monday) this year will host believers from all walks of life to celebrate the greatest sacrifice to mankind; The Blood of Jesus.

Having hosted the event for a decade now, this year’s event promises to be their best yet, as it also marks a milestone in the life of the ministry.

The Blood has over the years gathered believers in the nostelgic celebration of the blood of Christ shed on calvary to reconcile us unto God and to grant us our rightful place in life. The event is quite peculiar from other events as its content revovles solely about Christ’s blood; from music, to poetry to any other items.

Another uniqe and major highlight of the event is the taking of Communion, as part of the climax to the celebration.

Themed “SACTIFIED”, The Blood 2018 is happening at the Royal House Chapel (Ahenfie) – near Obetsebi round about, from 4:00pm on Easter Monday (2nd April) and will host notable ministers in the country including multiple award winning artiste Akesse Brempong, Jeshurun Okyere and amazing songstress Eunice Cofie.

As part of the 10th year celebration, #TheBlood2018 will also see The Pent Project minister most, if not all, of its own songs – including the hit single “Mala” which featured Jeshurun Okyere; “Madinyinaa“, “Wash3 Jesus Ohen” (which featured Naa Mercy) among others.


Sterning primarily from The Church Of Pentecost, The Pent Project has grown over the years to become a full fledged non-denominational music ministry with members from various churches.

The Pent Project is a ministry with FIVE DIVISIONs of young men and women who desire to take the worship of God to a different level. The ministry draws inspiration from the FIVE FOLD MINISTRY i.e EPHESIANS 4:11-13 – “…and he gave some, Apostles; and some, Prophets; and some, Evangelists; and some, Pastors and Teachers; For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ….”

The ministry is engaged in School Evangelism, pastoring the youth, prayer and support, Mentoring, and Music Art and Drama.

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