The Diocese of Accra, carved out of the Diocese of Equatorial Africa in 1909, was the fruit of the work of the United Society for the Partnership of the GospeL (USPG), which started in Cape Coast in 1751. Through some two centuries the mission spread through the Gold Coast. In response to that growth, and in consonance with the Anglican polity of “Synodically Governed and Episcopally led” the Diocese of Accra was created in 1909. The succession of Diocesan bishops to date have been Rt. Rev. Nathaniel Temple Hamlyn (1909 –1910), Rt. Rev. Mowbray Stephen O’Rorke (1913 – 1923), Rt. Rev. John Orfeur Aglionby (1924-1951), Rt. Rev. John Charles Sydney Daly (1951 – 1955). Rt. Rev. Reginald Richard Roseveare S. S. M (1956 – 1967). So for the duration of the colonial story of Gold Coast, the Anglican Diocese was led by expatriate bishops who were, time and again, lampooned as colonial bishops. Though not officially established Church of the British Colonial nation, the Gold Coast Anglican Church appeared to be closest to the British government.

Ghanaian Leadership

With the metamorphosis of Gold Coast to the Sovereign independent nation of Ghana on 6th March 1957, the Diocese of Accra which covered the whole landscape of Ghana, began to have Ghanaian leaders – Rt. Rev. Dr. Ishmael Samuel Mills LeMaire (1968 – 1982) Rt. Rev. Francis William Banahene Thompson (1983 – 1996) and Most Rev. Dr. Justice Ofei Akrofi (1996 – 2012). Rt. Rev. Dr. Daniel Sylvanus Mensah Torto, the current Bishop was consecrated on 24th June, 2012 to succeed Most Rev. Dr. Justice Ofei Yaw Akrofi who retired on 29th October, 2012

Two Diocesans were elevated to Archbishops

Diocese of Accra has been part of the Church of the Province of West Africa (CPWA) from its inception in April 17th 1951. The Diocese of Accra has provided two of the Archbishops – Most Rev. Dr. I.S.M LeMaire (1981-82) the second African Archbishop of West Africa; and Most Rev. Dr. J. O. Akrofi (2004-29 October 2012). Straddling the two offices was taxing and demanded the charism of a conductor of an orchestra and ability to appreciate and encourage the use of others’ charisma.

Division of Diocese of Accra

In the episcopacy of Rt. Rev. Dr. I.S.M. LeMaire a number of Dioceses were carved out of the Diocese of Accra – Diocese of Kumasi June 1973; Dioceses of Cape Coast, Koforidua , Sekondi and Sunyani-Tamale in October 1981. So the Diocese of Accra has daughters and granddaughters like Diocese of Ho, Wiawso, Sunyani, Tamale, Dunkwa-on-Offin. With these daughters and grand-daughters, it can be said that the Diocese of Accra has been alive, vibrant, vital and viable.


NOVEMBER 2012 – 2020

For us to achieve our goal and objective in this dear Diocese of ours, we need to bring everybody on board, the ministry of all believers. This means that every Clergy and Lay takes responsibility to contribute in an effective way to the life of the Church and to be an effective Christian presence and witness in the broader and wider community. This calls for team work.

Laurie Miller, a management guru suggested that –

If the manager is to make effective use of staff, it is important to have them working in groups and teams, it is necessary to recognize the nature of human relationship and the functions, roles and factors that influence team performance and effectiveness.”

With that spirit and team work, Nehemiah built the walls of Jerusalem. One thing that is certain about team work is that everyone is different with different strengths and characteristics; however the important thing that is required of effective teams is to blend the different strengths to achieve a common objective. Essentially, therefore, as a diocese is to look for people who are capable, decent, honest and bright. As you will agree, good people will naturally work together as a team, will interrelate well and will want each other to succeed. If we build the Anglican Diocese of Accra as a team, they will come; hence my vision statement “If we build, they will come”.

The five solid pillars that will underpin our vision to build the Anglican Diocese of Accra are:-

  • Equipping and Empowering our church agents – Clergy to deliver Excellence
  • Deepening Spirituality
  • Growth based on Integrity and Discipline
  • Financial Sustainability
  • Social Impact

The above are key strategies of driving these pillars to achieve a spirit-filled and financially sustainable Diocese to the glory of God.



  • It is people that make things happen in an organization and in our church; these people are either clergy or parishioners. The most important asset in the church is the parishioners and their effective management leads to its success. Therefore, for the church to achieve greater level of parishioners’ satisfaction, church agents need to be motivated, to be competent and knowledgeable.
  • To succeed in today’s fast paced and competitive environment, organizations, of which the church is no exception, need to ensure that their most valuable assets, church agents have access to critical information and are motivated to handle their responsibilities well. We will therefore aim at resourcing, empowering and motivating the Clergy and Lay leaders to achieve excellent results.

The result of this drive will lead to the continual spiritual growth of all members which will lead to a deepening relationship with God, oneself, creation and others. Central to this formation will be the development of Gospel values in our lives as individuals as well as one united viable and vibrant church. The spiritual formation will involve the strengthening of our personal prayer life, Bible study, corporate worship and the ministry of reconciliation, concern for people and the environment, giving our time, talent and treasury to support the work of the church, giving personal service to the church and living holy and healthy lives. All these involve a conscious and determined effort on the part of all stakeholders including the Clergy, PCC Members, Guild Leaders and all other parishioners of the church.


Our spiritual growth and ministry of all believers will depend on vital, vibrant and viable parish life and ministry and to be spearheaded by a motivated and dynamic church agent in which

  • The active participation of the youth and the children is encouraged and valued through the construction of children and youth development centres;
  • We place more focus on the future of the church by empowering the children and youth ministry;
  • Our liturgy and worship is enhanced to become more dynamic, contemporary, relevant and exciting;
  • The establishment of small focus groups to build up the individual into a mature Christian, where Christ is experienced, made visible and extended to our local communities;
  • We extend chaplaincy services to the Hospitals, Police Service, Educational Institutions, Fire Service, Custom Excise and Preventive Service;
  • We uphold discipline at all levels of the church’s life and society;
  • We grow leaders through capacity building and mentoring at all levels of the church.


Our vision requires that we strengthen our evangelistic programmes:

  • By engaging in television and radio broadcast and actively engaging our members on the internet and other social media.
  • Equipping our members to live and express their faith within their communities.
  • Strengthening the existing churches and planting new churches in the Dangbe East and West Districts, Gã North District and especially in the new developing communities like Tse-Ado.


  • We need to improve our financial security through a structured approach to the teaching on giving and the inherent blessings thereof while religiously holding ourselves Accountable to the approved Financial Regulations of the Diocese.
  • We are venturing into commercial activities such as operation of Conference Halls, Restaurant Service, and Health Spa our Ashalley Botwe Retreat Complex where we have Hostel Facility and a garden of Grotos for meditation.
  • We are also building a Multi-purpose Tower which will accommodate Banks, Offices and Residential Flats for rentals.


Our vision of the Ministry of the Faithful will require that we …

  • Commit ourselves to substantially reduce malaria and other preventable diseases in our society by campaigning for personal hygiene and clean environment, devoid of filth and refuse.
  • We will campaign for “Green Environment” by encouraging the Faithful to plant trees in and around their parishes, homes and work places. This will also reduce the pollution in the air.
  • With our European partners in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, we are campaigning against use of Falsified, Substandard, Falsely Labelled, Spurious and Wrongly Stored medicines in Ghanaian Communities.
  • Also, with our American partners we are campaigning against use of Child Labour in Ghana and Child Trafficking within and outside the shores of Ghana (which is tantamount to modern day slavery).
  • Transforming the socio-economic conditions of the less fortunate in our churches by establishing Credit Union systems within the Diocese through the Parishes and other welfare schemes to support each other.
  • Conscious effort would be put in place to empower parishioners in entrepreneurship.
  • Intelligent but needy children would be supported to excel in their educational endeavours.
  • To take active interest in the affairs of the aged and invalids to feel as part of the church.
  • Our vision requires growing inter-dependent relationship with other denominations in Ghana and other Dioceses within the Anglican Communion. It requires that we cooperate with ecumenical organizations and work to achieve pollution free environment, with the planting of trees in and around our parishes, homes and work places.

If we assiduously own our vision, our church will have a tremendous impact in our society, thereby enhancing the Anglican brand and making the Anglican influence fully felt.

When Nehemiah saw the plight and state of Jerusalem, he saw the need to bring everybody – artisans and professionals alike together to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem, he called an assembly, he put his vision to them and directed “Let us rise and build.”


The Diocese of Accra of today comprises The Cathedral Deanery and Five Archdeaconries namely: Accra North, Accra East, Accra West, Accra North East and Tema.


The following Parishes and Congregations are under the Cathedral Deanery:-


Holy Trinity Cathedral Accra


St. Sylvester                  Manhean
Holy Innocents                 Oduman


All Saints                          


St. Andrew                       Abossey Okai
St. Joseph                         Kaneshie
St. Monica                         Kaneshie
St. Anne                             Abeka
St. Anthony                     Abelenkpe
St. Cecilia                       Kpehe
St. Andrew                         Alogboshie
St. Peter                           Ofankor
Achimota School Achimota


Christ the King                 Twerebo
Church of Epiphany         Opah
St. Barnabas Ashaladza
St. Francis of Assisi Ayikai Doblo
Good Shepherd Pokuase
St. Paul Akramaman


St. Barnabas                 Osu
Ridge Church  Accra
St. Bartholomew             Teshie
St. Paul                           La
St. Peter                           Nungua
St. Timothy                       Nima
Holy Gabriel                     Kotobabi
St. Agnes                         Ako-Adjei
St. James                       Teshie North
St. Augustine               Nungua North
St. George Garrison Burma Camp
Prisons Inter-Denominational Accra
Teshie Nungua United Church Teshie Nungua


St. James Otinibi
Christ the King Teshie Nungua Estates
St. Philip Kweiman
St. Monica Danfa
Holy Spirit Tse Addo
Messiah Anglican Church Nungua


Christ Anglican Church Legon
SS Peter & Paul               Kwabenya
Transfiguration Haatso
St. Peter Madina
Holy Family Adenta
St. Benedict Ashongman
St. Ambrose    Dome
Ascension Ashaley Botwe
St. Joseph Agbogba
All Saints Dodowa
University of Professional Studies Legon
St. James Teiman (School Only)
Transfiguration Oyibi


St. Mary                           Accra
St. Michael & All Angels                       Korle-Gonno
St. George                       Chorkor
St. Francis                         Mamprobi
St. Augustine                     Dansoman
St. Luke                           Kwashieman
St. John                           Odorkor
Christ the King               Mallam
St. Justine Ablekuma
Holy Spirit                     Lartebiokorshie
St. James                       Anyaa
All Souls                         Agege
St. Patrick                     Jei-Krodua
St. Matthew                  

New Bortianor/ Mile 11


St. Mark                           Ardayman
St. Mary                           Ayawaso
Church of Nativity           Onyansanaa
Sacred Heart                 Amasaman
St. Philip                         Mataheko
St. Nicholas                   Bortianor
Church of Epiphany Afuaman
St. Mary Magdalene Medie
St. Cyprian Obeyie
Holy Paraclete Nsakinaa
St. Jerome Amomorle
All Apostles Darkuman


St. Alban                       Tema Comm. 1
St. Stephen                   Tema Comm.10
St. Mary                         Tema Manhean
St. Joseph                       Prampram
Holy Paraclete                 Sakumono
Holy Gabriel                   Ashaiman
Christ the King               Sakumono
St. Nicholas                   Lashibi
St. Monica                   Baatsonaa
Church of Advent       Michel Camp
Tema Joint Church Tema


Holy Cross                   Ada-Foah
St. Michael                   Kpone
St. Jerome                   Santor
Holy Trinity New Ningo
St. Cyprian Dawhenya
Good Shepherd Buerko
St. Salome Borteyman
St. Dominic Klangon


The Accra Diocesan Office is managed by Rt. Rev’d. Dr. Daniel Sylvanus M. Torto, The Bishop of Accra, who is the Chief Executive; supported by Rev’d. Canon  Ebenezer Jones-Okai, The Diocesan Secretary; Ms. Victoria M. Oku, The Director of Administration; Rev’d Fr.  Robert Nyann, The Director of Programmes; Rev’d Canon Andrew Torgbor, The Director of Finance and Rev'd. Fr, B. B. Laryea, Diocesan Internal Auditor.


Name: Rt. Rev’d Dr. Daniel Sylvanus Mensah   Torto
Nationality: Ghanaian
Educational Background: G.C.E. ’O’ Level,             1978
  Certificate in Theology,  1984
Diploma in Theology,      1984
Bachelor of Arts (Hons)  1989
Master of Arts-Theology, 1994
Post Graduate Certificate in Business
Administration (CBA)2004
Doctor of Ministry 2009
Working Experience: Scholarships Secretariat1978 - 1981
  Clergyman                       1983 - 2006
Bishop                        24-06-2012 to date
Other Vital Info:        Commission on Ministry for Clergy and Laity
  Board of Finance, member
Standing Committee, member.



Name Rev’d Canon Ebenezer Kingspride Aryitey Jones-Okai          
Nationality Ghanaian
Educational Background R. S. A. ‘O’ Level R. S. A. ‘A’ Level.
  Associate Member, Corporate Institute of Book-keepers
  Association of International Accountants
  Certificate in Ministry
Work Experience: Audit Officer, S.E.A.C. -  1969 – 1972
  Assistant Audit Manager, S.S.N.I.T.  1973-1981
  Accounts/Commerce Master, Mbar, Nigeria 1981- 1984
  Transporter/Business Manager 1984-1991
  Accounts/Admin. Manager, Imexco (Gh) Ltd. 1991-1997
  Gen. Manager (Admin & Finance) Imexco (Gh) Ltd.1998-2007
  Shareholder/Director, Imexco (Gh) Ltd, Kumasi  2008-2013
Other Vital Info:        Board Member, Kumasi Polytechnic Ruling Council




Ms. Victoria Mensah Oku

Nationality Ghanaian
Educational Background B. A.  (Hons) Political Science, University of Ghana, Legon 1966.
  Post Graduate Diploma, Public Administration, GIMPA, Accra 1967
Post Graduate Diploma, Development Administration,
Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, Netherlands, 1973
Masters Degree in Public Administration, The Hague, Netherlands 1974
Certificates Certificate in Development Planning (DPU)
Faculty of Environmental Studies, University of London, June 1978.
Certificate, Special Management Improvement Programme for Senior CivilServants at the Ghana Armed Forces Staff College, Accra July 1990
Certificate, Women in Management Senior Level Workshop, GIMPA, Dec, 1990

Certificate, Chief Executive Programme, GIMPA, 1991

Parvin Fellowship Programme, Woodrow Wilson

School, Princeton University, New Jersey, USA 1980

Work Experience: Administrative Class, Ghana Civil Service Principal Secretary/Director 1988
  Chief Director 1993-1994
Director of Administration & Conferences, O.A.U Addis Abba 1994-2000
Ag. Director of Admin & Finance, African Union, Addis Abba 2000-2004
Director of Administration, Anglican Diocese of Accra, Secretariat 2008 to date
Other Vital Info: Board Membership:
  State Housing Corporation 1968-1972
Tema Development Corporation 1977-1979
Tema Food Complex 1980-1981
National Industrial Company 1981-1982
Lever Brothers (Gh) Ltd  1983-1988
State Enterprises Commission 1987-1988
Chair person, Sugar Industry Board, 1981-1983




Rev’d Canon Andrew Ampao Torgbor

Nationality Ghanaian
Educational Background

G. C. E. ‘O’ Level   1992


G. C. E. ‘A’ Level   1994

I. P. S. – ACCA Level 1, 1998

Bachelor of Divinity 2001

Work Experience:

Executive Officer, A.M.A  1997-1998





Name Rev’d  Fr.  Robert J. Nyann
Nationality Ghanaian
Educational Background Diploma in Christian Counseling   -2010
  Certificate in Biblical Counseling  -2010
  Certificate in Ministry                    - 1999

ICA –Ghana                                   - 1977

Work Experience:                   

Director Of  Programmes ADOA -2014 to date

Clerk In Holy Orders-1999 to date

  Snr. Accounts Officer, Ghana Health Care Co. -2005-2010

Executive Secretary, Ghana Institute of Managt -2003-2005

  Accounts Superintendent, Ghana Reinsurance -1989-2003

Snr. Accountant, River State School of Basic Sch.-P.H.-1983-1989


Audit Officer, State Insurance Co. of Ghana-1972-1982






Rev’d Fr. Benjamin Benedict Agoe Laryea



Educational Background G. C. E.‘O’ Level - 1979

Financial Management M. D. P. I. – Accra    -  1987


Certificate in Ministry                                -  2007

  Diploma in Theology U.C.C./ St. Nicholas   -  2007
Work Experience Accounts Officer, Devag Ltd. - Takoradi      -  1980 - 1985

Internal Auditor, Devag Ltd. - Takoradi       -  1985 -1987

  Senior Accountant, I.C.C – Tema                 -  1987 - 2003
  Parish Priest, St. Mary Ang. Ch. – Accra       -  2007 – 2011
  Parish Priest, St. Andrew Ang. Ch. – Alogboshie – 2011- 2013
  Fidelity Onebank System Manager               -  2014 -2015
  Fidelity Onebank System Manager/Internal Auditor Anglican Diocese of Accra  -  2015 - Date





Rev’d Fr.  Frank Myers ea



Educational Background



Chief Executive Officer, Branches of the Vine, Charlotte, N C USA.

Accra Diocesan Ambassador in the USA.



1 Rt. Rev. Dr. Daniel S.M. Torto Bishop Diocese of Accra
1 Very. Rev. Seth J.A. Sackey Dean Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity
2 Rev’d Can. Andrew Torgbor Precenter Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity
3 Rev’d. Fr. Roland Kpoanu Priest Assisting Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity
4 Rev’d Akua Ofori-Boateng Deacon Assisting Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity
1 Ven. Edmund Mensah Tetteh Archdeacon, A/North /Parish Priest c/o. All Saints, Adabraka
2 Rev’d Fr. Michael C. Anang-Aboh Priest Assisting c/o. All Saints, Adabraka
3 Rev’d Can. Robert Adofo             Parish Priest St. Andrew, Abossey Okai
4 Rev’d Fr. Emmanuel Sylvester Fenny Priest Assisting St. Andrew, Abossey Okai
5 Rev’d Can. Samuel Gyebi Danquah Parish Priest St. Joseph, Kaneshie
6 Rev’d Fr. Cyril Otoo Priest Assisting St. Joseph, Kaneshie
7 Rev. Can. Victor Leon Acquaye Parish Priest St. Monica, Kaneshie
8 Rev’d Mary Magdalene Aburam Priest Assisting St. Monica, Kaneshie
9 Rev’d Can. Ebenezer Quaynor Priest-in-Charge St. Anne, Abeka
 10 Rev’d Can. Samuel L. Lamptey Parish Priest St. Anthony, Abelenkpe
11 Rev. Fr. George Bright Ayesu Priest-in-Charge St. Cecilia, Kpehe
12 Rev’d Can. Samuel Ofei Ankrah Parish Priest St. Andrew, Alogboshie
13 Rev’d Fr. Samuel V. Dodoo Priest-in-Charge St. Peter, Ofankor
14 Ven. Joseph Jacob Calys-Tagoe Priest-in-Charge

Church of Epiphany, Opah

Sacred Heart, Amasaman

1 Ven. Dr. George Kotei Neequaye Archdeacon/ Chaplain Christ Anglican Church, Legon
2 Rev’d Mrs. Stella Bentsi-Enchill Priest Assisting Christ Anglican Church, Legon
3 Rev’d Fr. Ebenezer Nii Adam Baddoo Parish Priest St. Peter, Madina
4 Rev’d Fr. Ernest Gyimah Agyemang Parish Priest SS. Peter and Paul, Kwabenya
              “                          “ Chaplain Achimota Secondary School
5 Rev’d Fr. Benjamin Ayitey-Okine Priest Assisting/Missionary St. John, Kwabenya-Abom
6 Rev’d Fr. Robert Nyann Priest-in-Charge Church of Transfiguration, Haatso
7 Rev’d Fr. Samuel Quartey Parish Priest Holy Family, Adenta
8 Rev’d Can. Ebenezer Jones-Okai Priest-in-Charge St. Benedict, Ashongman
9 Rev’d Fr. Frederick Ayitey Larmie Parish Priest St. Ambrose, Dome
10 Rev’d Richmond Amarh Kwei-Nsoro Priest Assisting St. Ambrose, Dome
11 Rev’d Fr. Edmund N.K. Quartey Priest-in-Charge/ Ascension Church, Ashaley Botwe
  Rev’d Fr. Edmund N.K. Quartey Director Anglican Retreat Centre
12 Rev’d Edwin Nii Lartei Clottey Priest-in-Charge St. Joseph, Agbogba,
13 Rev’d Fr.  Ernest Nyantakyi Wuaboh Priest-in-Charge All Saints , Dodowa
14 Rev’d Fr. Joseph Kwaasi Priest Assisting All Saints , Dodowa
15 Rev’d Fr. Robert Nii Darku Attoppee Chaplain University of Professional Studies, Legon
  Rev’d Fr. Robert Nii Darku Attoppee Priest-in-Charge Church of Transfiguration, Oyibi
16 Rev’d Fr. Albert Akai-Nettey Priest Archdeaconry
17 Rev’d Fr. Emmanuel Obed N.O. Quao Priest   Archdeaconry
1 Ven. Joseph Lamptey Archdeacon, Accra East & Parish Priest St. Barnabas, Osu
2 Rev’d Fr. Ernest A. Tackie-Yarboi Priest Assisting St. Barnabas, Osu
3 Rev’d Can. Vincent V.N.A. Attoh Parish Priest St. Bartholomew, Teshie
5 Rev’d Francis Amoah Boadu Priest Assisting St. Bartholomew, Teshie
6 Rev’d Fr. Benjamin David Okai Parish Priest St. Paul, La
7 Rev’d Fr. George Ogbame Amoo Priest Assisting St. Paul, La
8 Rev’d Fr. Aaron Herbert N.D. Dodoo Parish Priest St. Peter, Nungua
9 Rev’d Fr. Leonard Nii Tettey Botchway Priest Assisting St. Peter, Nungua
10 Rev’d Fr. Samuel Hesse Priest-in-Charge St. Timothy, Nima
11 Rev’d Fr. Reginald I. O. Lawson Parish Priest Holy Gabriel, Kotobabi
12 Rev’d Fr. Genesis Samuel Odom Priest-in-Charge St. Agnes, Ako-Adjei
13 Rev’d Fr.  Ransford Titus-Glover Priest-in-Charge St. James, Teshie-North

Rev’d Fr. Samuel DeGolo Ocansey

Rev’d Fr. Henry A. Allotey

Parish Priest

St. Augustine, Nungua-North &

Messiah Anglican Ch. Nungua

15 Rev’d Dickson Yaw Etornam Ebelin Deacon Assisting                 “
16 Rev’d Fr. Major Ian Adjetey Adjei Chaplain St. George Garrison, Burma Camp
17 Rev’d Fr. Richmond Corquaye Clottey Priest Assisting St. George Garrison, Burma Camp
18 Rev’d Can. John Antonio Nelson Anglican Chaplain Accra Ridge Church, Accra
19 Rev’d Fr. (S.P.) Selwyn S.A. Okai Chaplain Prisons Inter-Denominational Church
1 Ven.  Samuel Hansen-Addy Archdeacon, A/West & Parish Priest St. Michael & All Angels, Korle-Gonno
2 Rev’d Ms. Emma Ida Graham Priest Assisting                “                        “
3 Rev’d Can. Daniel Bortey Mensah Parish Priest St. Mary the Virgin, Accra
4 Rev’d Walter Hansen-Addy Priest Assisiting St. Mary the Virgin, Accra
5 Rev’d Fr. Emmanuel Omani Clottey Priest Assisting St. Mary the Virgin, Accra
6 Rev’d Ebenezer Namoale Laryea Deacon Assisting St. Mary the Virgin, Accra
7 Rev’d Fr. David A.N.B. Addo-Quaye Parish Priest St. George, Chorkor
8 Rev’d Fr. Justice Tetteh Apo Priest Assisting St. George, Chorkor
9 Rev. Can. Bernard Antwi Parish Priest St. Francis of Assisi, Mamprobi
10 Rev’d Fr. Samuel Laryea Priest Assisting St. Francis of Assisi, Mamprobi
11 Rev’d Fr. Benjamin Robertson Parish Priest St. Augustine, Dansoman
12 Rev’d Fr. Benjamin B. Laryea                                                                                               Priest Assisting  St. Augustine, Dansoman                                   
13 Rev. Dr. Kwamena William Sagoe Deacon Assisting St. Augustine, Dansoman                                   
14 Rev’d Fr. Daniel Attukwei Quaye Parish Priest St. Luke, Kwashieman
15 Rev’d Theophilus A. Mensah Priest Assisting St. Luke, Kwashieman
16 Rev’d Fr. Thomas A. Quarcoopome Parish Priest St. John, Odorkor
17 Rev’d Fr. Nathaniel Attuquaye Okai Priest Assisting St. John, Odorkor
18 Rev’d Fr. John J. Martey Parish Priest Christ the King Miracle, Malam/Gbawe
19 Rev’d Fr. Eric Mark Owusu Priest Assisting Christ the King Miracle, Malam/Gbawe
20 Rev’d Fr. Edward Foli Adade Priest-in-Charge St. Justin, Ablekuma
21 Rev’d Can. Emmanuel Q. Quarcoo Priest-in-Charge Holy Spirit, Lartebiokorshie
22 Rev’d Fr. Clement Kotei Vanderpuye Priest-in-Charge St. James, Anyaa      
23 Rev’d Fr. Isaac Victor Gyeshie Priest-in-Charge All Souls, Agege
24 Rev’d Can. Solomon M. Commey Priest-in-Charge St. Patrick, Jei-Krodua
25 Rev’d Mrs.Alberta Kennies Addo Priest-in-Charge St. Matthew, New Bortianor / Mile 11
26 Rev’d Fr. Christopher Armah Priest-in-Charge St. Mark, Ardayman / Nativity, Onyansanaa
27 Rev’d Daniel Borte-Quaye Teiman Chaplain & Deacon Assisting Anglican Medical Health Centre, Pokuase & St. Mark, Ardeyman
28 Rev’d Fr. Hayford Armartey Armah Priest-in-Charge St. Philip’s, Mataheko
  Rev’d Fr. Hayford Armartey Armah Priest-in-Charge All Apostles, Darkuman
  1 Ven. (Maj.) Ebenezer N.A. Laryea Archdeacon, Tema  & Parish Priest St. Alban, Tema Community 1
2 Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Nii Tsei Tagoe Priest Assisting St. Alban, Tema
3 Rev’d Can. Stephen Quaye Adjei Parish Priest St. Stephen, Tema Community 10
4 Rev’d Fr. Thomas Wilson Jacobs Priest Assisting St. Stephen, Tema Community 10
5 Rev’d Can. Noah A. Mensah Parish Priest St. Mary the Virgin, Tema Manhean
6 Rev’d Fr. Samuel Sackitey            Parish Priest St. Joseph, Prampram
7 Rev’d Fr. Vincent N.A. Anang Priest Assisting St. Joseph, Prampram
8 Rev’d Fr. Eric Agba Priest-in-Charge Holy Paraclete, Sakumono
9 Rev’d Fr. William Hutton-Mensah Priest-in-Charge Holy Gabriel, Ashaiman
10 Rev’d Can. Patrick Okaijah-Bortier Parish Priest Christ the King, Sakumono
11 Rev. Fr. Dr. George Dawson-Ahmoah Priest Assisting Christ the King, Sakumono
12 Rev. Fr. Dr. George Dawson-Ahmoah Priest-in-Charge St. Nicholas, Lashibi & St. Dominic, Klangon
13 Rev’d Fr. Christian Kuoku Kalitsi Priest Assisting St. Nicholas, Lashibi & St. Dominic, Klangon
14 Rev’d Maj. Francis Lokko Chaplain Church of Advent, Michel Camp
15 Rev’d Fr. Abraham Elijah Quarshie Anglican Chaplain Joint Church, Tema
16 Rev’d Can. Anthony M. Eiwuley Priest-in-Charge St. Monica, Baatsonaa
17 Rev’d Gordon Arthur Deacon Assisting                 “
18 Rev’d Fr. Isaac Kwarte Quartey Priest-in-Charge St. Michael’s, Kpone
19 Rev’d Fr. Raymond Otchwemah Priest-in-Charge Holy Cross, Ada
1 Ven. Dr. George K. Neequaye   Trinity Theological College, Legon
2 Very Rev’d Dr. EIK Addo Secondment St. Nicholas Seminary, Cape Coast
3 Rev’d Marian Adukwei Addo Secondment St. Nicholas Seminary, Cape Coast
4 Rev’d Prof. Emmanuel  N.O. Oddoye Secondment Koforidua Diocese
Rev’d Fr. Edward Gibrine Nelson                                                       Bishopscourt
Rev’d Ms. Susanna Naana Ackun                                                                            

"Come unto me, all you that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and you shall find rest unto your souls."

St. Mathew 11:28