Northern Accra Diocese Men’s Fellowship holds 4TH AGM


Men of the Methodist Church Ghana are expected to display a positive mindset for the transformation of souls and the attainment of the strategic plan of the Methodist Church Ghana, the Bishop of the Northern Accra Diocese of the Methodist Church, Rt. Rev. Joseph M.Y. Edusa-Eyison has disclosed.

He called on Christian men of the Church to ‘teach with their life styles in the way you relate with your wives, children, colleagues, friends and the society as a whole’ and that transforming lives do not happen in a twinkle of an eye.

Addressing the 4th Annual General Meeting of the Northern Accra Diocese of the Association of Methodist Men’s Fellowships at the St Stephen Methodist Church at New Gbawe, Accra over the weekend, the Rt. Rev. Edusa-Eyison said ‘our metamorphosis need not be spectacular but in the coolness of time transformation comes’.

He disclosed that the Methodist Church Ghana has drawn up a Strategic Plan to guide the attainment of its growth and development from now to the year 2028 and urged on all Societies, Circuits and organizations within the Church to abide by the plans in all activities.

The Lay Chairman of the Northern Accra Diocese of the Methodist Church Ghana, Dr. Ken Dadzie Sagoe said members of the Men’s Fellowship must at all times know that they are the captains of the world expected to lead the charge for transformation of lives and societies which would not come about until ‘we abandon our old ways of doing things and become new creations’.

A special guest of the AGM, the Gbawe Mantse, Nii Boi Oduro 11 who is the custodian of the land on which the event was held, urged men of the Church to exhibit high sense of morality wherever they found themselves and called for a healthy relationship between the Church and the Chieftaincy institution.

He commended the men for devoting their time to the work and word of God in ‘this era when most people appear not to have time for God’.

The Chairman of the Northern Accra Diocese, Mr. Kwamina Amoasi-Andoh reiterated one of the goals of the Fellowship to improve its evangelization mission especially in the Ga Sub-Urban communities where much support was needed to upgrade Church structures and support fellow brothers and sisters who do not appear to be living well.

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