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Ghanaian Presbyterians Are Open To African Expressions Of Christian Faith

Ghanaian Presbyterians Are Open To African Expressions Of Christian Faith

By World Communion Of Reformed Churches (WCRC)

Ghana's Presbyterian churches today are expressing their spirituality in ways that are more African in origin and expression, say Ghanaian church representatives. There is a growing acceptance of the African worldview. At the same time they are addressing issues related to spirits, witchcraft and ancestor worship in the light of the Christian gospel. The shift comes at a time when membership growth in churches established by European missionaries in the 19th century does not match the rapid expansion in Pentecostal and other independent churches in the country. (more)

Shepherd's Centre Donates to Aged


Thursday, 10 January 2013 00:00

SHEPHERD Centre for Aging, Ghana, has donated assorted items
worth more than GH¢30,000 to be distributed among its aging
members and other old person in some deprived communities. (more....)

Delay in the Ageing Bill

seth agidi

Delay in passage of the Ageing Bill into law is worsening the plight of the Aged-Rev. Dr.Seth Agidi


Executive Director of Shepherd's Centre of Ageing Ghana, Rev. Dr. Seth Agidi, has expressed concern about the neglect of the aged and other vulnerable in society. (more …)



Shepherd's Centre In The News

Aged Day

Here is an article about the Centre asking for help: Ho, Oct. 01, GNA - Reverend Dr. Seth Agidi, Founder of Shepherd's Centre of Ghana, a faith-based coordinating centre for the aged, on Friday appealed to government to consider the creation of a ministry responsible for the aged. (more)


Also, this article was in the Daily Graphics, Saturday, October 13, 2012. Click the picture to read the article





Seth Agidi2012 Advent is with us, Praise God for his protection and fulfilling his promises in our individual and collective lives. As we celebrate Advent leading to Christmas let us prepare ourselves for God's manifold blessings through prayer, fasting, act of freewill giving to the poor, the marginalized, the frail elderly and all those in need in our communities.






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