National Cathedral Meets National Executive Council of the Christian Council of Ghana

Executives of the National Cathedral have met with the National Executive Council of the Christian Council of Ghana in Accra...

The Meeting which was cordial ended successfully with the two bodies discussing issues of Christian interest.

In attendance were the Chairman of the Christian Council of Ghana, Most Rev. Dr. Paul Kwabena Boafo, General Secretary of the Christian Council of Ghana Rev. Dr. Cyril G.K. Fayose, immediate past Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church Ghana Most Rev. Titus Awotwe-Pratt, Rev. Joyce Aryee the Executive of Salt and Light Ministry and other important personalilies.

Source: CCG


June 9, 2020



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