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                  Rev. Samuel Kwasi Ahiman Yeboah   (THE CURRENT ASANTE PRESBYTERY CLERK)

 Updated 03/09/2013 

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PRESBYTERY CHAIRPERSON’S BICYCLE/MOTORBIKES PROJECT

 

         
ASANTEHENE VISITS RAMSEYER PRESBY CHURCH IN KUMASI CHRISTIANS URGED TO ADOPT THE 
 SPIRIT OF
FORGIVENESS
   

CHAIRPERSON’S ADDRESS TO   92ND ASANTE PRESBYTERY CONFERENCE, 2014

The theme for 2013/14 is: THE FRUIT OF THE HOLY SPIRIT AND THE BELIEVER (Galatians 5: 22 – 23). However, I have chosen to address an aspect of the theme which is: “Empowered to Work Together for a Transformed Mission.”  Updated 29/06/2014                                      Read More....................

                 2014 Commissioners To General Assembly –

REFLECTIONS: LEADERSHIP AND FRUIT BEARING IN CHURCH MANAGEMENT

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 asante presbytery clerk induction

INDUCTION OF PRESBYTERY CLERK – PATASI      Read More..........         

The Asante Presbytery Handed Two Cars to the New Clerk and N.O.P. respectively              Read More...........

Rev. Kantanka Handing over ceremony             Read More........

   
   
 

The Chairman realized agents has to walk on long  distances to discharge their  church  duties.          Read More........

 

The Asante Presbytery is one of the first Presbyteries to be created by the first Synod of the PCG held at Kyebi on July 21, 1922. In fact, it was known as Asante-Asante Akyem Presbytery which continued to operate until Asante Akyem was carved out later.     Read More     
   
 

Protect your children from ending up prisoners  Updated 26/06/2013

KNUST Presby. seminar for fresh students              Updated 19/05/2013

The Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) has erected Sefwi in the Western Region as its 17th Presbytery  Updated: 30/05 /2013

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The Asante Presbytery is one of the first Presbyteries to be created by the first Synod of the PCG held at Kyebi on July 21, 1922. In fact, it was known as Asante-Asante Akyem Presbytery which continued to operate until Asante Akyem was carved out later.     Read More     
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Felicia Appiah receives meritorious award