Catholic Church of Ghana in Berlin celebrates 10th anniversary

The Catholic Church of Ghana in Berlin celebrated its 10th anniversary with pomp and pageantry at the week-end.

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A durbar held in connection with the occasion was graced by the Ghanaian Ambassador to Federal Republic of Germany His Excellency Mr Paul King Ayerne.

Clad in their traditional kente dress, members of the 160-strong Church sang and danced to the tunes of Gospel music rendered by the Church Choir led by Anthony Kumi.

Ambassador Ayerne urged Ghanaians to bury their differences by forging a united front for the betterment of Ghana.

A Church service was held Sunday, June 6 to round off festivities of the anniversary celebrations. The Service was conducted by the Auxiliary Bishop of the Berlin Cathedral, Dr Matthias Heinrich. He was assisted by the substantive Priest of the Catholic Church of Ghana in Berlin, Rev. Father Brother Joseph Rohmeyer and Rev. Father Stephen Ampomah.

Dr Matthias Heinrich Auxiliary Bishop of Berlin Cathedral

Dr Heinrich exhorted members of the Church to continue with the good work that had inspired them since the foundation of the Church a decade ago.

He later presented prizes to the following founding members of the Church for their good services: Mr Henry Boakye Yiadom, Mrs Georgina Boakye Yiadom, Mr Petrus Boakye Yiadom, Julies Boakye Yiadom, Ms Tina Duah, Mr Emmanuel Opoku Boadi, Ms Cecilia Serwah Bonsu and Mr Kwabena Mensah, alias KwaBee.