The Chairperson of the Ga Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rev. Dr. Gordon Nii Noi Odonkor, has urged all Presbyterian students in the various campuses across the country to not only portray spirituality on Sundays or in the church but to let their light shine as children of God wherever they may find themselves.
The Reverend Minister made this appeal today when the Executives of the University of Ghana branch of the National Union of Presbyterian Students-Ghana (NUPS-G) made a courtesy call on him today at the Ga Presbytery head office.
The Call was to express their profound gratitude to the Chairperson and the Ga Presbytery as a whole for their unwavering support for the student Union over the past years through donations and other projects aside from the good counsel.
While at it, the Reverend Minister promised to make sure the Presbytery continues to support them for the wonderful work they are doing for the church.
When the President, Mr. Joseph Charles Quartey presented a plaque to him on behalf of the union, he also thanked them for helping the Ga Presbytery plant 13 churches in the Central Presbytery this year as a result of their annual Presbyterian Students n Church Evangelism (P-SICE) they embarked on this year.
Rev. G. N. Odonkor who has served the Presbytery for quite a long time has brought his service to an end as the Presbytery Chairperson and is yet to take over as the Minister at the Kaneshie District.
The group, as part of their call also visited the new Presbyterian church of Ghana office complex, Church House.
EUGENE AGYEI BROWN. COURTESY: NUPS-G, LEGON