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10.02.2009 Religion

Adhere strictly to the aims and objectives of fellowship – Vice-Chairman

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Mr George Omane,

National Vice-Chairman of the Association of Methodist Men’s

Fellowships, has called on members to adhere to the aims and

objectives of the fellowship, to assist the church in the realization of its

social responsibility programmes.
He urged the fellowship members to be a beacon to draw others into

their fold.
Mr Omane was speaking at the inauguration and induction service of

the Grace Methodist Church Men’s Fellowship at Deduako-Kodiekrom

near Kumasi at the weekend.
He said as Christians they should pursue and aspire for spiritual

The Very Reverend Christopher Andam, Superintendent Minister of

Ayigya Circuit of the Methodist Church, called for unity and

co-operation among the leadership and members of the fellowship.

He advised the executives to assist and open more branches of the

fellowship in the Ayigya Circuit as a means of helping to spread the

word of God.
Mr Asare Yeboah, Chairman of the Kumasi Diocese of the

Fellowship, said the Deduako-Kodiekrom branch was the 73rd to be

inaugurated in the diocese.
He called for brotherliness among members to enable the fellowship

mobilize more men to help in the church activities.

Reverend John Kofi French, Minister in-charge of

Deduako-Kodiekrom Grace Methodist Church, who preached the

sermon, said the fellowship was the bedrock of the church and as such

they should be role models and lead upright lives to be shinning example

to others.
Members inducted into office include Mr Samuel Moore, Chairman,

Mr Kofi Kwakye Marfo, Vice-Chairman, Mr Emmanuel Amoah,

Secretary, Mr Thomas Cudjoe, Assistant Secretary, Mr Albert Kum

Annan, Treasurer, Mr Osei Wireko Ababio, Public Relations Officer

and Mr Stephen Opoku, Chaplain.