2024 CCG Counselors Programme takes place in Accra


The first edition of the 2024 Christian Council of Ghana's Counselors Programme has taken place in Accra.

The 6-day event which was held at the Methodist University Ghana, Dansoman Campus brought together Counselor trainees from various churches in Ghana.

The trainees were taught various topics including Human Growth and development, The Family, Social Change, Marriage, Conflict Management and Resolution, Drug and Alcohol abuse amongst others.

A graduation ceremony was held for the year three group after three years of training, and certificates were presented to them by the General Secretary of the Christian Council of Ghana, Rev. Dr. Cyril G.K Fayose, together with Rev. Abraham Opoku-Baffour, Director, Interfaith and Ecumenical Relations and Dr. Joyce Steiner, Director, Programmes and Advocacy.

At the programme were Rev. Dr. Cyril G.K Fayose, General Secretary, Christian Council of Ghana, Dr. Fredrick Kutsienyo, Acting Director of Finance and Administration, Christian Council of Ghana, Rev. Abraham Opoku-Baffour, Director, Interfaith and Ecumenical Relations, Christian Council of Ghana, Dr. Joyce Larko Steiner, Director, Programmes and Advocacy, Christian Council of Ghana, Staff of CCG as well as other important personalities.




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