Rt. Rev. Prof. J.O.Y Mante is New Chairman of the Christian Council of Ghana

   Rt. Rev. Prof. J.O.Y, New Chairman of CCG, addressing the AGM

The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rt. Rev. Prof. J.O.Y Mante has been elected as the new Chairman of the Christian Council of Ghana.

The Moderator was unanimously approved as the new Chairman of the Christian body at its 2021 Annual General Meeting held in Accra.

The AGM which took place at the Rev. Peter Kwei Dagadu Methodist Church in Accra, was to deliberate on the activities that the Council undertook in 2020 and the way forward in 2021.

In attendance were the General Secretary of CCG, Rev. Dr. Cyril G.K. Fayose, The outgoing-Chairman of CCG, Most Rev. Dr. Paul Kwabena Boafo, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana and now Chairman of CCG, Rt. Rev. Prof. J.O.Y Mante, Director, Interfaith and Ecumenical Relations Rev. Abraham Opoku Baffour, Director of Finance and Administration, Mr. Oheneba Kofi Ntiamoah, Director of Programmes and Advocacy, Madam Joyce Steiner, Heads of all Churches under CCG, CCG Staff and representatives of member Churches of the Council.

Source: CCG


Thursday April 22, 2021




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