Event : General Assembly Council Meeting
Venue: Presbyterian Women’s Centre, Abokobi
Date: 11th -13th
EVENT : Evangelism Consultation – Presbyteries
VENUE: Ramseyer Training Centre
DATE: 5th – 7th
EVENT : Standing Committee
VENUE: General Assembly Office
DATE: 11th -13th
The Centrality of the Word of God , Discipline , Hard work , Intergrity
Humility ,Unity , Upholding Democratic Principles , Godly Leadership and Skills Development
Sound Moral Principles ,Upholding Democratic Principles
Rt. Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Martey
Position: Moderator of General Assembley of The Presbyterian Church of Ghana
Rev. Dr. Godwin. N. N. Odonkor
The Ga Presbytery traces its origin to the Ga-Adangme Presbytery.
By a Synod resolution in 1971, the Ga-Adangme Presbytery was split into two (2), namely, the Ga Presbytery and Dangme-Tongu Presbytery, to facilitate evangelism and ensure more efficient administration.
The Ga-Adangme Presbytery had existed for fifty (50) years, being one of the original five (5) Presbyteries created by Synod in 1922.
Rev. Kofi Amfo-Akonno
The Asante Presbytery is one of the first Presbyteries to be created by the first Synod of the PCG held at Kyebi on July 21, 1922.
In fact, it was known as Asante-Asante Akyem Presbytery which continued to operate until Asante Akyem was carved out later. Presbytery Statistics(2009)
For more on the Asante Presbytery, Please click on this link asantepresbytery.webs.com
Rev. Daniel Opong-Wereko
The Volta Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana was erected on Sunday the 4th of July 1993 .
It was part of the then Akuapem-Volta Presbytery. It became necessary to separate the two because of the vastness of the area and to facilitate effective management of the area.
In August 1972 Synod at Tamale in the Northern Region, it was decided that the former Akyem/Kwahu Presbytery be separated to form two Presbyteries, namely, the Akyem Abuakwa Presbytery and the Kwahu Presbytery.
During this period, Rev. S.O. Karikari was the Presbytery Chairman and Rev. C.W. Osei was the Presbytery Clerk.