Rev. Roger Wegurih
Rev. Michael C. A Otu
Rev. Dr. J.W. Acheampong
Rev. Dr. S. Ayete-Nyanpong
Rev. Daniel Brobbey
Rev. Peter Kofi Nyarko
Rev. Ebenezer K.A. Decker
Rev. David S. Obli
Cat. Dr. E. Aboah-Offei
Rev. Benjamin. Asare-Larbi
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF GHANA GERMANY DISTRICT
History of the Germany District
The Germany District of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) comprises of congregations in Berlin, Bremen, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Stuttgart, Kiel, Paris, Toulouse, Oslo, Mannheim/ Ludwigshafen and Mainz/Wiesbaden.
The maiden meeting of seeking to bring the congregations together to form a District took place on the 3rd of October 2001 in Ulm at the residence of Rev. Benjamin Larbi Asare. He was an Ecumenical co-worker stationed in Ulm and happened to be the only PCG minister in Germany. The invitation to the meeting was honoured by only Düsseldorf and Stuttgart congregations. The participants were Catechist Abraham Oppong Asamoah, Bro Boamah Mensah, Bro Stephen Opoku-Mensah, Bro Jones Adimang, Sis. Abenaa Koranteng, Bro Attah Kwasi and Rev. Larbi Asare. The idea of the Congregations coming together was raised by a few persons including Catechist Kwame Adjei, it was to enable the congrega-tions meet annualy as one body to worship in the form of Asempatrew. This was found to be a laudable idea and since then the congregations have been meeting every year over the Pentecost weekend except in the year 2004 owing to circumstances beyond our control...
The second meeting which was held on the 21st of November 2001 had representatives from all congre-gations which were then in existence. At the meeting Mrs. Esther Addo-Doku was appointed the Direct-tor of Fiance, Bro. Jones Adimang as a Coordinator and Bro. Stephen Opoku-Mensah as the Clerk.
It was at the second meeting (21st November 2001) that the District was officially declared opened by Rev. Herbert A. Opong, the then Secretary of Inter-Church and Social Relations of the PCG.
In the December 2017, the Northern Germany District was carved out of the Germany District.
The Head Station of the District is Düsseldorf.
The District has so far been headed by the following District Ministers
2001-2003 Rev. Ernest Ayeh Hanson
2003-2007 Rev. Peter Kofi Nyarko
2007-2012 Rev. Ebenezer K.A. Decker
2012-2015 Rev. Michael C.A. Otu
2015-2016 Rev. Roger Wegurih
2016- Rev. Frederick B. Boahene
Ministers in the District
Currently there are five (5) ministers in the District: Rev. M. C. A. Otu (Düsseldorf), Rev. Daniel Brobbey (Berlin) and Rev. J. W. Acheampong (Hamburg).
Rev’ds Benjamin Larbi Asare and Elizabeth C. Aduamah who were Ecumenical Co-workers have helped tremendously in the work of the District.
Catechists and Caretakers Mr. Philip Apenteng (Frankfurt), Mr. A. Oppong Asamoah (Düsseldorf), Mr. Joseph Donkor (Stuttgart), Mr. Samuel N. Amofah (Hamburg), Mr. Seth K. Boateng (Berlin), Ms. Lydia Asabea (Bremen), Mr. Joseph Owusu (Hannover), Mr. S. O. Ameyaw (Kiel), Mr. George Asare (Paris), Mr. Joseph Attah (Toulouse) and Mr. K. Appiah-Kubi (Oslo).
The total number of Presbyters in the District is 48
Lay Persons who have worked for the district include:
District Session Clerk
2001- 2010 Stephen Opoku-Mensah
2011- Kwaku Oppong-Agyare
District Director of Finance
2001- Esther Addo-Doku
The members are: Rev. M. C. A. Otu (Acting District Minister), Mr. K. Oppong-Agyare (District Clerk), Cat. A. Oppong Asamoah (Catechists’ Representative) and Mr. Philip Offei Amoako (Presbyters’ Representative).
Directors of Departments
The following were appointed Directors in 2010: Rev. Daniel Brobbey (Mission and Evangelism), Rev. M.C.A. Otu (CLAN), Mrs. Esther A. Doku (Finance) and Mr. Philip Apenteng (Ecumenical and Social Relations).
District Bodies: The various groups which have been able to organize themselves at the District level are Women’s Fellowship, Men’s Fellowship. Church Choir, Singing Band , Y.P.G and the Children’s Service Teachers.
Rev. Emmanuel.B. Djieagu
Rev. Herbert A. Opong
Rev. E.C. B. Aduama
Vr. Rev.Yaw Frimpong Manso