Another documented Strategic Plan of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) has been presented to the General Assembly Council (GAC) in Kumasi on Wednesday.
The 10 year strategic plan (2019-2028) was prepared by a committee set up by the General Assembly Council in February 2018.
The overall goal of this plan is the total growth of the church –in numbers, spiritual quality and the well-being of members. Essential, emphasizes on the mission of PCG and expand on the 2018 theme of PCG ‘Let the Earth Hear’.
The Strategic Plan has the following objectives;
To maintain and contain the membership of the Church both spiritual and physically,
To nurture the membership to develop a holistict, effective, sustainable evangelistic and discipleship Christian mindset.
To improve and diversify funding sources for effective financial mobilization for the Church
To seek and provide for the well-being of the membership and
To streamline an integrated approach in the design and construction of infrastructural facilities for the Church.
Presenting the document to the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana the Rt. Rev. Prof. Joseph Obiri Yeboah Mante, Mr Alfred Kwasi Opoku, the facilitator commended the committee members for the good work done.
He said the plan craved around the seven (7) departments of the Church namely: Church life and Nurture (CLAN), Department of Social Services (DSS), Mission and Evangelism (M&E), Administration and Human Resource Management (AHRM), Department of Education, Department of Finance and Ecumenical and Social Relations (ESR). Each department is analyzed with its corresponding strategies indicated.
Mr Opoku said the document calls for an immediate evaluation of the structure of the church which is centered on the seven departments instituted in 2002.
He noted that it is found to have some operational challenges that must be streamlined. This plan focuses on Church growth emphasizing on the Mission of the Church and expanding on the 2018 theme of PCG ‘Let the earth hear’.
The Moderator commended the facilitator for good work done and assured that the document would be put to good use for the benefit of the Church.
Source: Rev George Larbi
Public Relations Officer