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A Committee Formed For National Cathedral Project To Start Visiting Individual Churches

A committee formed for the National Cathedral Project under the leadership of Apostle Onyina has said that they will start visiting individual churches at the below allocated dates.

As part of the overarching goal of church ownership of the National Cathedral project, the Church Relations Unit of the NCG Secretariat has developed a program of relationship visits to Churches and their leadership across the country

The key issues discussed at the relationship meetings include:

i) a recap, and further elaboration of the vision for the National Cathedral, its roles, and the implications for the church

ii) an update on the development of the components of the National Cathedral such as the main auditorium, chapels, prayer rooms and multi-purpose spaces

iii) clarification of the purpose for the National Cathedral’s Bible Museum, Biblical Gardens, and documentation center / Library

iv) operationalizing the state-church partnership for funding the National Cathedral v) governance issues.

The first set of visits involved the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference-May 21, 2020

Christian Council of Ghana-May 27, 2020

Christ Apostolic Church-May 27, 2020

Presbyterian Church of Ghana-May 27, 2020

Methodist Church Ghana-May 28, 2020

Independent Council of Churches-June 2, 2020

Perez Chapel International-June 9, 2020

Church of Pentecost-June 10, 2020

Ghana Baptist Convention-June 10, 2020

The Apostolic Church-June 18, 2020 and 

Royal House Chapel International-June 24, 2020

The relationship meetings are continuing and will be held in all the regions of the country.

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