Seventh -Day Adventist Church

ACCRA CITY CONFERENCE

The Accra City Conference, formerly South Ghana Conference, is in the Southern Ghana Union Conference of the West-Central Africa Division. It was established in 1894, organized in 1933, reorganized in 1987, renamed in 2016, and reorganized in 2017. The territory of the Accra City Conference falls within the Accra Metropolitan Assembly and includes Ledzokuku Krowor Municipal Assembly to the eastern border with Tema Municipal Assembly and to the northern border with Adentan Municipal Assembly; Ga East Municipal Assembly and Ga West Municipal Assembly sharing borders on the north with Eastern Region; and Ga South Municipal Assembly which is bounded on the west by Central Region. In 2018, the conference had 28,117 members in 90 churches and 43 companies among a population of 3,296,799.

The group of believers rented houses as places of worship until church buildings were established in Accra. The first was on Hansen Road at the Center of Accra, then Labone at the East, Bubiashie at the West, Korle Gonno at the South, and Accra New Town at the north. From these strategic positions, the church expanded in Accra…

The Accra City Conference, formerly South Ghana Conference, is in the Southern Ghana Union Conference of the West-Central Africa Division. It was established in 1894, organized in 1933, reorganized in 1987, renamed in 2016, and reorganized in 2017. The territory of the Accra City Conference falls within the Accra Metropolitan Assembly and includes Ledzokuku Krowor Municipal Assembly to the eastern border with Tema Municipal Assembly and to the northern border with Adentan Municipal Assembly; Ga East Municipal Assembly and Ga West Municipal Assembly sharing borders on the north with Eastern Region; and Ga South Municipal Assembly which is bounded on the west by Central Region. In 2018, the conference had 28,117 members in 90 churches and 43 companies among a population of 3,296,799.

Pioneering Work

The work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the southern part of Ghana was initiated under the administration of the Ghana Conference, which had its headquarters in Kumase, the capital of Ashanti Region. Pastor David Narh Agboka, a trailblazer of the Accra Ministry Project in 1941, started the church in Accra with 8 baptized members at Mr. Charles Clerk’s house in Osu-Accra. In 1959, 18 souls were baptized into the church fellowship.

The group of believers rented houses as places of worship until church buildings were established in Accra. The first was on Hansen Road at the Center of Accra, then Labone at the East, Bubiashie at the West, Korle Gonno at the South, and Accra New Town at the north. From these strategic positions, the church expanded in Accra…

The Accra City Conference, formerly South Ghana Conference, is in the Southern Ghana Union Conference of the West-Central Africa Division. It was established in 1894, organized in 1933, reorganized in 1987, renamed in 2016, and reorganized in 2017. The territory of the Accra City Conference falls within the Accra Metropolitan Assembly and includes Ledzokuku Krowor Municipal Assembly to the eastern border with Tema Municipal Assembly and to the northern border with Adentan Municipal Assembly; Ga East Municipal Assembly and Ga West Municipal Assembly sharing borders on the north with Eastern Region; and Ga South Municipal Assembly which is bounded on the west by Central Region. In 2018, the conference had 28,117 members in 90 churches and 43 companies among a population of 3,296,799.

Pioneering Work

The work of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the southern part of Ghana was initiated under the administration of the Ghana Conference, which had its headquarters in Kumase, the capital of Ashanti Region. Pastor David Narh Agboka, a trailblazer of the Accra Ministry Project in 1941, started the church in Accra with 8 baptized members at Mr. Charles Clerk’s house in Osu-Accra. In 1959, 18 souls were baptized into the church fellowship. The group of believers rented houses as places of worship until church buildings were established in Accra. The first was on Hansen Road at the Center of Accra, then Labone at the East, Bubiashie at the West, Korle Gonno at the South, and Accra New Town at the north. From these strategic positions, the church expanded in Accra…

News & Announcements

Accra City Conference presents the Preachers Bible to its newly ordained ministers.

Funeral and Burial Service for the Late Eld. George Owusu-Ansah, Celebrating A Father, Leader and Friend

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Methodist University of Ghana Ceremonial Grounds

The Accra City Conference of SDA Church launched its new evangelistic strategy.

Funeral and Burial Service for the Late Eld. George Owusu-Ansah, Celebrating A Father, Leader and Friend

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Methodist University of Ghana Ceremonial Grounds

The Accra City Conference of SDA Church launched its new evangelistic strategy.

Funeral and Burial Service for the Late Eld. George Owusu-Ansah, Celebrating A Father, Leader and Friend

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Methodist University of Ghana Ceremonial Grounds

The Accra City Conference of SDA Church launched its new evangelistic strategy.

The Accra City Conference of SDA Church launched its new evangelistic strategy. Its aim was to reach many people within our communities for Christ in 2024 and beyond. It was dubbed, “My Personal Ministry.” The launch was led by the President Pr. Dr. S.O.T Hammond.
In attendance was Pr. Chris Lambert and Pr. Nana Kofi Nimako from the Southern Ghana Union Conference.

Free Eye & Dental Screening

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Amasaman Central

Free Eye & Dental Screening

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Amasaman Central

Handing Over Of Gracelink Graduates To Public Campus Ministries

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Labone

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I Will Go Worldwide

I Will Go involves all church members in reaching the world, inspiring and equipping them to use their God-given spiritual gifts in witness and service for Christ.

Officers & Directors

Pr. Dr. Solomon Okoe Trebi Hammond

President


President

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Pr. Dr. Nathan Teye Odonkor

Executive Secretary


Executive Secretary

Seventh-day Adventist Church Accra City Conference
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Pr. Charles Kobina Anoo Quaye

Treasurer



Treasurer

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Pr. Gaddiel Yamoah

Associate Secretary



Associate Secretary

Seventh-day Adventist Church Accra City Conference
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Pr. Eric Agyenim Boateng

Associate Treasurer/Auditor



Associate Treasurer

Seventh-day Adventist Church Accra City Conference
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Mrs. Beatrice Asiedu-Twumasi

Associate Treasurer



Associate Treasurer

Seventh-day Adventist Church Accra City Conference
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Pr. Charles Koduah

Personal Ministries Director


Personal Ministries

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Mrs. Patience Osei

Education Ministries Director


Education Ministries

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Felicia Owusu-Ansah

Women Ministries



Women's Ministries

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Dr. Kwabena Ofori-Amoah

Communications/PARL
Research


Communications

Seventh-day Adventist Church Accra City Conference
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Pr. Mark Hado

Youth Director


Youth Director

Seventh-day Adventist Church Accra City Conference
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Pr. Matthew Donkor

Projects Director


Projects Director

Seventh-day Adventist Church Accra City Conference
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Pr. Dr. Emmanuel Gaizer

Ministerial Secretary
Family Ministries


Ministerial Secretary

Seventh-day Adventist Church Accra City Conference
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Pr. Isaiah G. Morrison

Stewardship


Stewardship

Seventh-day Adventist Church Accra City Conference
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Pr. Prince Obed Sewor

Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries Director


Ministries Director

Seventh-day Adventist Church Accra City Conference
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Mrs Cecilia Brown

Children's Ministries


Children's Ministries

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At its core, I Will Go is about you. It’s also about the whole church and other institutions partnering to share the gospel with our communities and to the ends of the earth.
The value of the plan will be determined as the Church works together as a worldwide team of brothers and sisters, under the power of the Holy Spirit.
The Great Commission says: Jesus’ followers are to go and make disciples of all nations. The gospel must be shared with hundreds of unreached people around the world.
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