VIDEO: Servers Guild of the Anglican Church Inducts New National Executives

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The Anglican Church, has inducted executives of the Servers Guild of the Sanctuary in the Internal Province of Ghana (IPG) who will be in office for the next two years ahead of us.

The ceremony which was held at the St. Peters Anglican Church in Nungua was graced by the Bishop of the Accra Diocese the Chaplin of the Servers Guild, Mas servers from across the nation, Priests and the entire congregation of the St. Peters Anglican Church.

The following people were inducted as new executives for the next two years;

Director General – Bro. Cecil Benoni Nii Nortey Tettehfio (Accra Diocese)

Deputy Director General – Bro. Percy Fiifi Aryee (Cape Coast Diocese)

General Secretary – Bro Joseph Peter Brown Jnr (Accra Diocese)

Assistant General Secretary -Bro Nicholas Oware (Cape Coast Diocese)

National Treasure – Bro Prince Yeboah (Koforidua Diocese)

National Auditor – Bro Edmond Tetteh (Accra Diocese)

National Organisers

Bro Benjamin Abeku Deku (Seckondi Diocese)

Bro Stephen Anning (Kumasi Diocese)

In an interview with Starr Tv’s Oheneba Kwabenah Yeboah, the Chaplin of the Servers Guild, Rev’d Canon J.W.K deGraft Johnson advised the newly inducted executives to humble themselves to serve in their various office and should never think they are more than everyone because Jesus said if anyone wants to be a leader, he must humble himself to serve others.

He urged any member of the church who wish to serve in the sanctuary to feel free and join the servers guild because they learn a lot of things.

On his part, the newly inducted director general of the Guild, Bro. Cecil Benoni Nii Nortey Tettehfio said they are very happy for the honor given them to lead the guild.

He then called on the entire church to support them in prayers because the cross is heavy but they believe with prayers, they can take the guild to another level.

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