Rev. Gerald Hagan
Pastor Gerald holds degrees in Psychology at the University of Cape Coast and Theological education from the Pentecost Biblical Seminary and took some post-baccalaureate courses from Notre Dame University in Maryland towards his teacher certification. He is currently pursuing his Master of Divinity degree with Regent University.
Pastor Gerald Hagan has been described by many as a man of prayer. He is a passionate teacher and preacher of the word. And subscribes to the priesthood of all believers. He believes ministry is for all. He believes in preparedness and draws inspiration from the word of Tim Keller, that says: “Christ literally walked in our shoes.”
Pastor Gerald Hagan was born on March 29th in Cape Coast in the Central Region of Ghana, West Africa to Elder Emmanuel Hagan of blessed memory and Deaconess Grace Hagan.Pastor Gerald Hagan is married to Dr. Mrs. Jemima A. Hagan and are together blessed with four Children (Gwendolyn, David, Geraldine, and Hadassah).
Eld. Dr. Samuel Ameyaw
Elder Dr. Samuel Ameyaw has been a member of PIWC-Worcester since it began in his teenage years. With a great passion for service and the work of God, he was ordained as a deacon of the church in 2010, an Elder in 2015 and confirmed as the Presiding Elder in January, 2020. Elder Ameyaw has also served in various leadership roles of the Youth and PENSA Ministry at the local, district levels and currently as the Assistant Regional Youth Leader and Regional Campus Ministry Coordinator for New England.
Eld. Dr. Samuel Ameyaw obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Doctor of Pharmacy Degrees from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy University, respectively. He currently works as a Pharmacy Manager at a local CVS/Pharmacy.
Elder Ameyaw is married to Deaconess Mercy Ameyaw and they are blessed with three incredible children. Elder Ameyaw enjoys quality time with his family, drumming, singing, writing songs and watching basketball in his free time.