The Presiding Bishop of Methodist Church Ghana, The Most Reverend Dr Paul Kwabena Boafo has assured the Ghanaian Methodist Fellowship-UK Chaplaincy a new chaplain soon. The Presiding Bishop made the assurance while preaching at Methodist Central Hall, Westminster in London. The Presiding Bishop was in England to attend the British Methodist Conference and took the opportunity to worship with the fellowship on 14 July.
The Presiding Bishop: Most Rev Dr. Paul Kwabena Boafo
The Ghanaian Methodist Fellowship hasn’t had a chaplain for closer to a year since the previous chaplain Rev William Davis’s tenure ended in August 2018. This is the first time the fellowship hasn’t had a chaplain since its formal formation in 2002.
The Presiding Bishop thanked the Ghanaian Methodist Ministers in London and the executives of the fellowship for holding the fort for the past ten months.
Some members of the clergy
While in London, the Presiding Bishop also took the opportunity to have interactions with the executives of the various organisations within the fellowship.
This is the first time the Presiding Bishop has visited the fellowship since elected the twelfth Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church Ghana in 2018.
A section of Christ Little Band during the service
Delivering the sermon, Most Reverend Paul Boafo told the congregation to make their experience with Jesus effective as no one encounters Jesus and remain the same.
Story by Felix Kobina Adoko Otabil