Secretary of Global Christian Forum Visits CCG

   Secretary of Global Christian Forum visits CCG

The Secretary of the Global Christian Forum Rev. Dr. Casely Essamuah has paid a visit to the Christian Council of Ghana at its head office in Accra.

He was received on behalf of the Council by its General Secretary Rev. Dr. Cyril G.K Fayose.

The Global Christian Forum is a unique gathering of global Christian churches and organisations bringing together all the major streams of world Christianity. The GCF is an open space where all Christians can meet to nurture unity by fostering mutual respect and understanding as well as by addressing together common challenges.

The Global Christian Forum Secretary was there to officially introduce himself to the Council and to also ask for the Council's support and blessing.

The General Secretary of the Christian Council of Ghana Rev. Dr. Cyril G.K Fayose congratulated Rev. Dr. Essamuah on his election to the highest office of Secretary of the Global Christian Forum and assured him of the Council's support.

Also at the meeting were Mr. Kwame Bannor, Senior Accountant, Christian Council of Ghana, Mr. Richard Otoo, Project Accountant of CCG, Mr. Stephen Osafo Amoateng, I.T Officer of the Council, Mr. Kwame Adu, General Director, Scripture Union of Ghana and Rev. Ameyaw, a representative of the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Cathedral of Ghana.

Source: CCG


Tuesday May 28, 2021




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