On Sunday, 20th November we welcomed the Mfantsipim Foundation to our Morning Worship Service.
President of the Mfantsipim Foundation Charles Dadey was interviewed by the Revd Tony Miles and Mr Dadey spoke about the impact that the Mfantsipim Foundation has had on the lives on young men in Ghana for over 140 years.
After the morning service the Mfantsipim Foundation held a lunch in the Old Library at Methodist Central Hall, Westminster. Revd Dr Martyn Atkins, Superintendent Minister of Methodist Central Hall Westminster said,
‘It was with great joy that we received members of the Mfantsipim Foundation at Methodist Central Hall, Westminster on 20 November. The Mfantsipim school in Ghana, a fruit of Methodism in that great land, has a considerable legacy of former students, including leading Ghanaian political figures and former UN Sectary General Kofi Annan. We look forward to continuing close ties between the Foundation and Methodist Central Hall, Westminster over the years to come.’