The Family Ministries department takes the view that healthy families are foundational to a healthy church and a healthy church is foundational to a healthy society. We are convinced that those who are able to cultivate positive relationships, either as single people, couples, or families, can be powerful influences in today’s hurting and broken world.
This department organises family ministry training, parenting courses, marriage retreats, family camps, educational workshops, as well as providing resources to support local church leaders.
objectives of the department are:
To train our children to love the Lord Jesus Christ
To develop a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
To encourage them to live disciplined lifestyles in all spheres of life
is achieved through weekly Sabbath school classes based on the Gracelink curriculum
(see link below) where members are grouped into various classes;
0 – 2 years –
3 – 5 years –
6 – 9 years –
10 – 12 years – PowerPoint
13 – 14 years – Real
school session is proceeded by the Divine hour when biblical stories, sermons, experiences
and inspired messages from the bible are shared with the young ones.
desire to have children trained in the right way and not to be victims of the world
and its evil is clearly stated in the scriptures (Proverbs 22:6); and it is our
aim as a department to seek the Lord’s guidance to work faithfully in His vineyard
in achieving this mission.
have a team of 14 volunteers who work tirelessly every Sabbath to ensure every child has fun in the presence of the Lord.
visit our photo gallery to enjoy some of our wonderful pictures. You can also view
some of our upcoming programmes.
fun and God bless you for visiting.
Japheth Obese-Amankwah – Leader
Margaret Obese-Amankwah – Asst. Leader
Kofi Sarpong – Asst. Leader
Gina Sarbah – Secretary
Linda Essel - Member
Sarfowah Opoku Boateng – Member
Mavis Gyamfuah – Member
Mavis Osei-Boakye – Member
Gemma Essel – Member
Eugene Obeng-Appiah – Member
Olivia Adu-Owusu –Member
Esther Wiredu – Member
Emmanuel Adu-Boahene – Member
Elder Armstrong Opoku-Kyerematen – Elder–in-Charge