The Diocesan Chaplains for the Association of Methodist Men’s Fellowships have been inducted into office by the Presiding Bishop of Methodist Church Ghana, Most Rev. Titus K. Awotwi Pratt, at Bantama Ebenezer Methodist chapel, Kumasi.   He was assisted by the Connexional Chaplain, Very Rev. Nana Appau Gyekye, the Connexional Men’s Chairman, Bro. George Opare Baidu and Bro. George Omane, past Men’s Connexional Chairman.

In his post induction address, the Presiding Bishop reminded the congregation that, as a result of his extensive travel on horseback to preach the Gospel throughout the United Kingdom, the founder of Methodism, John Wesley is synonym with evangelism.  “It is a heritage we have to embrace.  As men, we are to bring souls to Christ”, Most Rev. Titus Awotwi Pratt urged.  He therefore charged the newly inducted chaplains to ensure the nurturing of souls won to grow the church.

The inducted Chaplains in attendance were VERY REV. JAMES F. YAWSON, Cape Coast Diocese; VERY REV. CONRAD ROLAND ROBERTS, Sunyani Diocese; VERY REV. EMMANUEL KWAKU ARHIN, Sekondi Diocese; VERY REV. KUSI APPAU BEDIAKO, Kumasi Diocese;  REV. EMMANUEL DAGBUI, Winneba Diocese;  VERY REV. KWABENA YANKYERA KONADU, Tarkwa Diocese; VERY REV. DR. SAMUEL O. AGYEPONG, Tema Diocese; VERY REV. MAXWELL D. MANTE, Effiduase Diocese; VERY REV. STEVEN K. ASHER, Nkawkaw Diocese and Rev. David Opoku, Foso Diocese.

Present were Mr. Kwame Agyapong Boafo, Connexional Lay President; Rt. Rev. Christopher N. Andam, Kumasi Diocesan Bishop; Bro. Prof. Seth Opuni Asiama, Kumasi Diocesan Lay Chairman; Very Rev. Charles Aaron Ekuban, Superintendent Minister, Bantama Circuit, Bro. Owusu Buahen, Men’s Connexional Assistant Secretary and Bro. James K. Oppong, Men’s Diocesan Past Chairman.




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