Bishop of Liberia Installed as 11th Primate & Metropolitan Archbishop of The Church of The Province of West Africa:
At a very spirit filled Thanksgiving service on Sunday, 3rd March, 2019 at the Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Broad Street, Monrovia, Liberia, Archbishop Jonathan Hart, currently Bishop of Liberia and Archbishop of the internal province of West Africa, was installed as the 11th Primate and Metropolitan Archbishop of the entire West Africa province. The Church of the Province of West Africa has two internal provinces: Ghana, covering the dioceses in that country; and West Africa, covering dioceses in The Gambia, Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Cameroon. Archbishop Jonathan succeeds Archbishop Daniel Yinkah Sarfo, 10th Primate, Archbishop of the internal province of Ghana and Bishop of Kumasi.
Archbishop Jonathan was consecrated Bishop of Liberia on 2nd of March 2008 and elected Archbishopof the Internal province of West Africa in May 2014. Anglicans have been present in Liberia since 1836. Until 1982, the Anglican Church in Liberia was a missionary diocese of the US-based Episcopal Church. In November 1981 TEC’s Executive Council agreed to Liberia’s request to become part of the Province of West Africa; and the transfer took place on 18 March 1982. Archbishop Jonathan is the second Bishop of Liberia to have served as Archbishop and Primate of the Province of West Africa.
The Anglican Sunday School Association (ASSA) held its 2018 Edition of the Diocesan children’s rally at the St. Stephen Anglican Church in Community 10, Tema under the Tema Archdeaconry.
The rally dubbed; Diocesan Children’s Rally (DCR) has an objective of bringing all children together to have fun through the Bible and social games as a means of evangelism.
As part of corporate social responsibly the Guild of the Good Shepherd, Cathedral Chapter, each year visits some selected outstations of the Anglican Church and support them with toiletries, food items and clothing a sewing machine to deprived people in some churches in the community and other neighbouring communities. A member of the shepherd who died left a great legacy that is being continued by her children and this year has donated a sewing machine to a church to be given but to the needy