Thirteen Ministerial Probationers of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana ordained to the glory of God


The Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) has ordained 13 ministerial probationers at the Peyer Congregation at Bantama the Asante Presbytery in Kumasi with a call to fulfil their ministry in humility.

Preaching the sermon on the theme “Christ shall set you free,” the Chairperson of the Asante Akyem Presbytery, Rev David Aboagye Dankwah challenged the newly ordained ministers not to be afraid of the challenges they were going to face in the ministry but look up to God who had called them.

He urged them to accept postings to wherever they would be sent to in order to make the word of God available to all people.

Rev. Aboagye Dankwa cautioned the new ministers not to abuse their positions, but to instead humble themselves before God and their congregants.

He urged them to preach the message of peace to the people to ensure their continuous confidence in the church.

The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rt Rev Prof. Joseph Obiri Yeboah Mante who officiated at the ordination service, asked the new ministers to selflessly contribute their quota to make the various congregations in the church dynamic.

He asked them to pray always and seek the face of God which, according to him, was the only way to have a complete communion with God.

The new ministers are Rev. Insp. Emmanuel Karikari Bonsu, Rev. Percy Offei, Rev. Samuel Opoku Okoree, Rev. Peter C. Ohemeng -Manu, Rev. Benjamin and Re Tetteh Nartey.

The rest are Rev. Owusu Oduro, Rev. Deborah Latifa Seidu, Rev. Bismark Tetteh Boateng, Rev. Isaac Fosu Amponsah, Rev. Samuel Tetteh-Soga Narh, Rev Gideon Ransford Boafo Upper, Rev. Josiah Kweku Omor Upper, and Rev Peter Kodjo Padi.

Source: Rev George Larbi

Public Relations Officer,

Presbyterian Church of Ghana



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