The Fourth Global Gathering (GC4) takes place in Accra


The Fourth Global Gathering (GC4) has taken place in Accra.

The programme which was under the theme “That the World May Know,” was under the auspices of the Global Christian Forum.

It brought together Christians from diverse traditions to deepen connections and address global challenges. Through worship, teachings, and discussions, it seeked to explore how to bear witness to Christ in today’s world.

In attendance were leaders from the Christian Council of Ghana including Rev. Dr. Cyril G.K Fayose (General Secretary, CCG), Rt. Rev. Dr. J.O.Y Mante (Former Chairman, CCG and Immediate Past Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana), Bishop Justice K.A Lawson(Vice Chairman, CCG), Most Rev. Dr. Paul Kwabena Boafo (Presiding Bishop, Methodist Church Ghana), and other Christian Religious leaders.




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