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Celebrating Christian Womanhood In Ghana – The 10th Anniversary Of The Presbyterian Women's Centre In Abokobi 2002

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The festivities of the 10th anniversary of the Presbyterian Women's Centre (PWC) in Abokobi in 2002 reflected the vital role of women for the Presbyterian Church (PCG), the women's solidarity and fellowship with one another - and the tangible results these had achieved in the shape of the Centre. The diversity of visitors reflected the way the facilities of the Women's Centre are used by women, by men's fellowships, by groups from the PCG, and from other churches or NGOs. The anniversary was also a farewell to the Centre's first director, Rev. Rose Akua Ampofo, as she was to take charge of the gender desk of Mission 21 in Basel. People in Ghana inferred from this that she had had already achieved what she had been called to do in life - establishing the Women's Centre and giving concrete form to the vital role of women in the PCG.

Keywords: Abokobi; Ghanaian womanhood; Presbyterian Women's Centre (PWC); Rose Akua Ampofo



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