Moderator ends Pastoral visit to Ga Presbytery
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rt. Rev Prof Joseph Obiri Yeboah Mante has ended a ten- day Pastoral visit to the Ga Presbytery. The visitation started from Saturday 18th June 2022 and ended on Monday 27th June 2022.
The Moderator visited all the 28 Pastoral Districts and one Mission field within the Presbytery where District Ministers presented situational reports of their stewardship.
The purpose of the visit was to acquaint himself with the progress of mission work in the Presbytery. The Moderator also visited some educational institutions both basic and senior high within the Presbytery and pay courtesy calls on some prominent personalities which included the Greater Accra Regional Minister Hon. Henry Quartey, former Moderator Very Rev Prof Emmanuel Martey and Abokobi Mantse.
This is the first time a siting Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana has paid a Pastoral working visit in this nature to the Ga Presbytery, according to the Presbytery Chairperson, Rev Dr Abraham Nana Opare Kwakye.
Speaking at the last day of the visit on Monday 27th June 2022 at the Ramseyer Congregation at Taifa, the Moderator expressed his appreciation to the leadership of the Presbytery led by the Presbytery Chairperson for moving the Vision 1.5 agenda which has resulted in massive church growth in the Presbytery.
The Moderator also commended the Presbytery for keeping the Church alive in spite of all the challenges posed by COVID-19 and other factors.
Rt. Rev Prof. Mante took the opportunity to explain the new financial arrangement known as 50/50 to the Church members and urged Agents of the Church to help mobilize more funds to support the church at all levels.
Moderator was accompanied by the Ga Presbytery Chairperson Rev Dr. Abraha Nana Opare Kwakye, wife of the Moderator, Mrs. Florence Mante, the Public Relations Officer of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rev George Larbi, Ing. Lugwig Kofi Hesee, Ga Presbytery Lay Representative on the General Assembly Council, Rev Nii Mensah Adjei, Presbytery Clerk and some other Ministers within the Presbytery.
Source: Rev George Larbi
Public Relations Officer, PCG