SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICE HELD FOR THE 61ST LEGAL YEAR
The Metropolitan Archbishop of Cape Coast and Apostolic Administrator of Accra, Most Rev. Charles G Palmer-Buckle has asked the Judiciary to leave a legacy worthy of emulation.
He mentioned that there was the need for quality practitioners of justice, and most especially men and women who fear God, who recognize and pray for God’s gift of wisdom to guide their work as King Solomon did in the Scriptures.
Archbishop Palmer-Buckle made this statement during the special church service for the opening of the 61st Legal Year held at the Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity in Accra.
The theme for this year's Legal Year service is "Quality Justice Delivery: A Shared Responsibility".
He also called on the judiciary to be circumspect in the discharge of their duties and leave a legacy in the legal records of this country.
“Ghana today needs quality Justices of the realm to spearhead justice and righteousness in all our ways”, he added.
The Anglican Women Ministry of the Diocese of Accra has participated in the annual World Day of Prayer service which was held at the Nativity Presbyterian Church, La in the Greater Accra region.
This year’ serviceon the theme “Receive Children. Receive me” formed part of a global celebration observed by Christian communities throughout the world who have a continuing relationship in prayer and service.
ASSA ORGANISES CHILDREN’S RALLY:
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.