Partner with Presbyterian World Mission in Ghana: download this pdf and share with your congregation or worshiping community
Learning in Ghana
Charles Wiley (Office of Theology and Worship) blogs about conversations in Ghana
A delegation from the World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC) meets with the president of Ghana
WCRC can be a "worthy partner" in addressing poverty and interfaith relations, says the president
In a recent survey Ghana was ranked as the most religious country on earth. However, Josh Heikkila writes about the need for leaders who will challenge destructive tendencies that look to witchcraft.
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) began its relationships in Ghana more recently than in some other African countries. Our engagement in Ghana involves ministry through our partner church relationships. The PC(USA) joins its partners in Ghana in a holistic approach to ministry that includes education and leadership development, health ministries, community development, evangelism and new church development.
Many PC(USA) presbyteries and congregations have mission partnerships with presbyteries and congregations in Ghana. This forms the center of PC(USA) relations in Ghana along with an emphasis on outreach with the peoples of the more traditionally Muslim northern Ghana.
Partner churches and crganizations
Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Ghana
Presbytery of Greater Atlanta
Presbytery of the James
Presbytery of Lackawanna
Presbytery of Lake Michigan
Presbytery of New Brunswick
North PugetSound Presbytery
The Ghana Mission Network is among more than 40 networks that connect Presbyterians who share a common mission interest. Most participants are involved in mission partnerships through congregations, presbyteries or synods. Network members come together to coordinate efforts, share best practices and develop strategies.
- For more information, contact Debbie Braaksma or Stacy Gregory
- 2014 meeting: July 8-11, 2014; Ho, Ghana
Learn more about Ghana
See the 2014 Presbyterian Mission Yearbook for Prayer & Study, p. 122