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Country Coordinator: Honora Appiah
Dr. Deborah Ajakaiye introduced the Order to the Anglican churches in Ghana, and visited several times. In 1999 she presented charters to 9 chapters and 9 junior chapters, and others were added later. Two Daughters from Ghana attended the 2006 Triennial. Pray for the Daughters of Ghana.
A Joyful Visit with the Cathedral Chapter, Accra
On October, 19, 2013 the DOK Cathedral Chapter at The Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity in Accra, Ghana hosted a luncheon meeting in honor of a visit from National President Pam Runyon and former National Council member Lana Valenta.
The Cathedral Chapter, currently the only active chapter in Ghana, consists of about 40 Junior and Senior Daughters. Chapter President is Honora Appiah and Junior Directress is Emelite Akonnor. They are assisted in leadership by several senior Daughters. The program for the luncheon meeting was planned and presented by the Junior Daughters and included singing, a dramatic presentation and an exhortation. Before the meeting, the Rev. Susanna Akun blessed the crosses, which were later presented to chapter members. The Rev. Reginald Lawson attended the meeting on behalf of the Dean of the Cathedral and assisted in the presentation of the crosses.
A delicious celebration luncheon was catered by the mother of one of the Junior Daughters.
The Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Accra, Ghana
Cathedral Chapter with Pam Runyon and Lana Valenta
Rev. Susanna Ackun blessing the crosses in the sanctuary
Jr. Directress Emelite Akonnor receiving her cross
A Junior Daughter receiving her cross
Chapter President Honora Appiah with Lana Valenta and Pam Runyon
Lana Valenta with Junior Daughters
Pam Runyon with Juniors
Handcrafts made by the Junior Daughters
Rev. Reginald Lawson addresses the group