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St. Dominic Parish

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Our Mission is simple

Our Church is the living body of Christ in which all share in various and diverse ways the responsibility for the mission given to the Church by the Lord to:

  • Worship God in joyous celebration of the Mass and sacraments
  • Proclaim the Word of God to all people
  • Witness the love and redemptive healing of Christ
  • Serve those in need in both Church and Society

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History of Our Church

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a step. In the early part of the 1980s, there was no Catholic Church in the Taifa Community. The closest Catholic Churches to Taifa were St. Charles Lwanga, Abeka, and St. Paul’s, Kpehe. Thus, the Catholics who resided in Taifa attended either the Methodist or Presbyterian or the other Churches within the Community. Those who could travel the distance to the Catholic Churches farther away did so otherwise stayed at home. Therefore, it became necessary to establish and build a Catholic Church in Taifa for the Catholic Community. On the 5th of October 1986, Mr. George Apoh and Mr. Anthony Kwame Baah conceived the idea to establish a Church in Taifa by moving from house to house to mobilize the Catholics. After gathering the people, Mr. Emmanuel Agyepong (aka Agya Noah) was contacted for some benches to start the Catholic Community. They also contacted Mrs. Kate Akuamoah Boateng, the former Proprietress of the White Dove School for permission to use the school’s premises as a place of worship. She offered to help with one classroom as their meeting point.

The first Catholic Community meeting was held on the 23rd of November 1986, with six (6) people in attendance. They were; Mr. Anthony Kwame Baah, Mr. Lincoln Obeng-Annor, and Mr. George Apoh, who were Catholics and three(3) other non-Catholics, in the persons of Mr. Kwasi Nyarko, Mr. Kwasi Ampadu-Twum and Mr. Kofi Kwao. Mr. Apoh conducted the service in the absence of a Priest or Catechist, and this day marked the beginning of the Catholic Community in Taifa. Madam Elizabeth Donkor, Madam Henrietta Amoah, Mrs. Comfort Obeng-Annor, and Mrs. Kate Nyarko whose husband was a Catechist all joined the group the following worship day (i.e. Sunday). Mr. Obeng-Annor spoke with Mr. Ernest Nyarko on the initiative of the Community and he agreed to join the group. Mr. Ernest Nyarko joined on the third Sunday and took charge of the services as the first Catechist of the Taifa Catholic Community. Three (3) people joined the service during the third Sunday. They were Mr. Francis Quansah, Mrs. Veronica Quansah, and Madam Paulina Edwin. Later in 1987, Mr. Thompson Atsui (aka Palm Sunday) also joined and organized a choir. Later, he was made the first choirmaster of the Community. Afterwards he handed over the choirmaster position to Mr. DeGraft.

In the year 1987, it became necessary to identify the group with a name. The two proposed names were St. Catherine and St. Dominic. The Community settled on St. Dominic as their Patron Saint. The reason for the choice of name was that, there was no other Catholic Church in the Diocese with such a name at the time and the then Bishop (Most Rev. Dominic Andoh) was also called Dominic.

As the Community grew, news about the Catholic Church in Taifa quickly spread and words got to Rev. Fr. Francis Twum-Barima, now Monsignor and Vicar General of the Koforidua Diocese, who was then the assistant priest at Holy Family Parish, Mataheko. He got in touch with the Community and celebrated the first evening Mass on Friday 9th January 1987. He again visited on Sunday, 11th January 1987 to celebrate the Community’s first Sunday Mass. Subsequently, he visited the Church every other Sunday for Mass at 8:00 am.

Afterwards, the Community sent a delegation to the Bishop, His Lordship Most Rev. Dominic Andoh, to inform him about the existence of the Catholic Community in Taifa. Rev. Fr. Twum-Barima led the delegation, and other members were Mr. George Apoh, Mr. Anthony Kwame Baah, and Mr. Lincoln Obeng-Annor. During the visit, the Bishop officially made the Community as an outstation of Holy Family Parish, where Rev. Fr. Twum-Barima was serving as assistant Priest. He also informed the delegation that he had previously acquired 5.1 acres of land in Taifa for a Church. He gave them a copy of the site plan and relevant documents and tasked the team to trace the land for its development. The Community also delegated Catechist Nyarko, Mr. and Mrs. Obeng-Annor and Samuel Oppong to locate the plots of land.

After the visit to the Bishop, and with his official blessing, the then Parish Priest of Holy Family Parish, Rev. Fr. Paul Van-Riehl, officially asked Rev. Fr. Francis Twum-Barima, to take charge of the Taifa Community. Fr. Twum-Barima and Fr. Van-Riehl took turns in the celebration of Mass for the Community. Mr. Obeng-Annor’s residence served as a sacristy for the Community’s vessels and other properties, and Madam Elizabeth Donkor cooked for visiting Priests when necessary. The ministry of the Knights and Ladies of the Altar was formed with Elvis Oppong, Dominic Obeng-Annor, Fred Azumah, Nicholas Asante and Gideon Gastone as the pioneers. The Community was also assisted by three newly-ordained priests of the Kumasi Archdiocese, who were undertaking a course at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) at the time. They were Rev. Fr. Anthony Boateng-Mensah, Rev. Fr. Tadie Adomako, and Rev. Fr. Peter Justice Apau. On Sundays when the priests at Mataheko were unable to visit for Mass, Mr. Francis Quansah, who had a car, would go and pick one of them up to celebrate the Mass and take them back afterwards. Rev. Fr. Twum-Barima also engaged the help of priests at the St. Paul’s Catholic Seminary, Sowutuom, in the persons of Monsignor Rudolf Appietu, who was then the Rector of the Seminary, Rev. Fr. Stephen Acheampong, Rev. Fr. Obuor, and Rev. Fr. Martin Darko, who later became the Bishop of the Sekondi-Takoradi diocese. Other priests who also supported the Community during that period include Rev. Fr. Herbert Frimpong, Rev. Fr. Otoo, Rev. Fr. Isaac Ahenkorah and Rev. Fr. Isaac Maunger, who later took over from Rev. Fr. Twum-Barima.

On 11th November 1987, the Church’s first Pastoral Council was inaugurated. They were; Mr. George Apoh as Chairman, Mr. Kwasi Ampofo as Vice Chairman, Mr. Cletus Adjei as Secretary and Mr. Anthony Kwame Baah as Assistant Secretary. They served from 1987 to 1989. The Community organised its first harvest in 1987, under the leadership of Mr. Emmanuel Agyepong, who worshipped at Sacred Heart Parish, Derby Avenue at the time. By the end of the harvest, he announced that he had decided to join the congregation at Taifa. The harvest yielded One Hundred and Fifty Cedi (¢150.00).

On October 2, 1988, the Archbishop paid his first pastoral visit to the Community, where he confirmed nine (9) catechumens. They were Andrews Oppong, Samuel Oppong, Evelyn Adu-Gyamfi, Rita Adu-Gyamfi, Augustus Kwarteng, John K. DeGraft, Theophilius Eklu, Madam Henrietta Amoah, and Mr. Thompson Atsui. In attendance was the University of Ghana Catholic Charismatic Music Ministry, Legon. By then, the Community had grown in number to about twenty (20) adults and thirty (30) children.

After two years of worship at White Dove School, it became necessary to find another place of worship, since the classroom was required for other purposes. A delegation was sent to thank the proprietress of the school for the space offered to them. While in search of a new place of worship, Mr. Emmanuel Agyepong offered the Community his house to be used as a place of worship. The Community worship was suspended for two weeks, while Mr. Emmanuel Agyepong utilize the opportunity to quickly renovate his garage for worship.

In 1989, the Church organize another election to elect new leaders. Mr. Emmanuel Agyepong became the new Chairman, with Madam Paulina Edwin as his Vice, Mr. Joseph Agyemang-Bonsu was the Secretary, Mr. Lincoln Obeng-Annor was the Assistant Secretary and Mrs. Veronica Azumah was the Financial Secretary. Mr. Joseph Agyemang-Bonsu was also responsible for collecting the Community’s dues, which he later handed over to Mr. Lawrence Felih. Within this period, Mr. Francis Kwarteng and Mr. Michael Kwabena Boadi started Children Service. As the Community grew, it became necessary to get other catechists to assist Catechist Nyarko. The congregation selected Mr. Felih and Mr. Gyeni Ansong to join as Catechists in 1990.

The first Mass wedding in the Church was held on 16th June 1990 at St. Charles Lwanga Catholic Church, Abeka, which was also then an outstation of Holy Family Parish. Eleven (11) couples blessed their marriages on that day. They were Mr. & Mrs. Lincoln Obeng-Annor, Mr. & Mrs. Augustine Azumah, Mr. & Mrs. Francis Quansah, Mr. & Mrs. Agyemang-Bonsu, Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Boevi, Mr. & Mrs. Isaac Sewah, Mr. & Mrs. John Ansah-Twum, Mr. & Mrs. Kwaku Duah, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Adotey Ayitey, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Kwasi Boateng, and Mr. & Mrs. Francis Kwateng. It was officiated by His Lordship Dominic Andoh, who was assisted by Monsignor Appietu, Rev. Fr. Twum-Barima and Rev. Fr. Alfred D. Ackah.

In 1993, Rev. Fr. John Schiltz was appointed as the resident priest at St. Charles Lwanga Catholic Church, Abeka, and by then, the St. Dominic Catholic Community, Taifa, had been made an outstation of St. Charles Lwanga. He took up the development and building of the Church at Taifa. Within the period of 1990 to 1993, other priests who supported the Community were Rev. Fr. A. D. Ackah, Rev. Fr. Anthony Balee, then Secretary General of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference, Rev. Fr. Martin Weils, Rev. Fr. Michael Gbordzor, Rev. Fr. Geraldo, Rev. Fr. Charles Palmer-Buckle, who later became the Bishop of Koforidua Diocese and he is currently the Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra.

As the Community increased in number, they saw the need for a bigger space for worship. Consequently, they began the development of the land the Archbishop had bought for the Community. The initial decision was to build a six-classroom block, which could also serve as a temporal place of worship. The estimated cost of the project was One million, Five Hundred and Fifty-eight Thousand, Five Hundred Cedi (¢1,558,500.00). To help develop the land, Mr. Emmanuel Agyepong arranged and paid a bulldozer to construct an access road to the site, and excavated a portion of the land for the project to commence. After Mass every Sunday at Mr. Agyepong’s place, the entire congregation would move to the site to provide communal labour. The contractor for the project was Mr. Christopher Boevi, a member of the Community, who undertook the project at a reduced cost. He offered a full range of services, from carpentry, masonry, among others while overseeing the project. During the week, his sons would also visit the site to provide labour for the project. From monies accrued from the Church’s collections and annual harvests, a grant from the Diocese and donations especially from Agya Noah, the first three classrooms were constructed in the early part of 1990. They however continued to worship at Mr. Agyepong’s house for two (2) years because of the distance from the town to the school. On 14th February 1992, the St. Dominic Catholic Community moved into the newly constructed classrooms. Due to the lack of security on the premises, the Church’s keys, vessels and other belongings were kept at the house of Madam Gladys Asiedua, a non-Catholic, who lived across the street of the Church.

Soon after, on 6th September 1992, the Archbishop paid his second pastoral visit to the Taifa Community, and the first since they had moved to the permanent site. The Community held its second Mass wedding at St. Charles Lwanga, on 3rd June, 1995, with five (5) couples namely Mr. & Mrs. Emmanuel Kwasi Siaw, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Osei Ansong (Snr), Mr. & Mrs. John Akuamoah Agyeman, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ampadu Boateng and Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kofi Baffour.

With the construction of the primary classroom blocks completed, the St. Dominic Primary School was established in September 1990 with a pupil population of sixty-eight (68). Mr. Anthony Osei-Ansong (Snr.) and Mr. Quarshie, both parishioners, volunteered to start the school. They soon handed over to Madam Agatha Mensah, a retired pupil teacher from Sunyani, who was also the aunt of Rev. Fr. Twum-Barima. She was joined by Madam Theresa Sefa-Addo, who continued to run the school until it was taken over by the Local Government in September 1991, after the bishop instructed Rev. Fr. Twum-Barima to apply for the approval and absorption into the public system. Mr. Emmanuel Agyepong and Mr. Emmanuel Boadi undertook the payment of salaries of the volunteers and teachers.

After the initial enrolment, subsequent enrolments were poor and all appeals to parents in Taifa and its environs to send their children to the newly established school was futile. To reform the situation, the Pastoral Council decided to build a kindergarten. The local Community and a small grant from the Archdiocese of Munich in Germany, facilitated by Rev. Fr. Schiltz, financed the construction of the kindergarten. The construction of the kindergarten saw an improvement in the enrolment of the school. Consequently, the final three classrooms for the primary school were completed.


To oversee the various building projects, Rev Fr. Schiltz set up a Building Committee made up of himself, Mr. Christopher Boevi, Mr. Henry Victor Yevugah, Mr. Emmanuel K Boadi, Mr. Samuel Oppong, Mr. Kojo Owusu, Mr. Michael Osorade, and Mr. Tettehvi of St Charles Lwanga Parish, Abeka. The Committee undertook the building of the kindergarten and the Junior High School (JHS) blocks and the completion of the primary school block. Most of the work done on the JHS block was done through communal labour. Fr. Schiltz tasked Mr. Yevugah and Mr. Samuel Oppong to come up with the design for the JHS block. They visited St. Theresa’s School at North Kaneshie, and agreed to use their design for the JHS block. The construction started on 19th September 1993. The Church, under the financing of Mr. Emmanual Agyepong and the supervision of Mr. Tettehvi, laid the foundation of the JHS building, and raised it to the ground floor level. The Local Government subsequently took over the elevation of the first floor and the roofing of the building.

A new Pastoral Council was constituted in 1993, after they moved to the classrooms. The Councillors were Mr. Lincoln Obeng-Annor, Chairman, Mrs. Veronica Azumah, Vice, Mr. Michael Osorade, Secretary, Mr. Tenkorang Asante, Assistant Secretary and Major Rtd. Peter Nimo as the Financial Secretary. The new Pastoral Council decided to begin the construction of a Chapel to serve as a permanent place of worship because of the increasing number of people.

On April 28, 1996, the Archbishop cut the sod for the construction of the current Church building on his fourth pastoral visit to the Church. Prior to this, some Church members were selected to scout for the design of the Church building. They settled on the design of St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church. This was because their structure was very modern at the time of the visitation. Mr. Kutsienyo, an architect at St. Charles Lwanga Parish, drew the plan for the building. The plan was however slightly changed and adapted to the local landscape and the local needs. In drawing up the plan, the Committee realised that the initial plots of land acquired earlier was too small, and the land adjacent to the Church’s property was earmarked by the district assembly for the Muslim Community in Taifa. However, Alhaji Harry Halidu, who was the owner of the land, offered to sell it to the Catholic Community. The Archdiocese of Accra and Mr. Emmanuel Agyepong financed the purchase of an additional ten (10) plots of land.

The Building Committee therefore began work on the Church building after the Archbishop under the supervision of Mr. Tettehvi cut the sod. The Community provided support through communal labour during weekends. Financers of the project in the early stages were Rev. Fr. Anthony Balee, who acquired foreign support and donated Twenty-five Thousand USD ($25,000) for the foundation of the Church; Rev. Fr. John Schiltz also acquired grants from the Archdiocese of Munich, the Archdiocese of Kologne and from some of his benefactors. There were also generous contributions from the local Community, prominently was Mr. Emmanuel Agyepong and from some Catholics in Taifa residing in the United State of American (USA) and the United Kingdom (UK).

In 1996, the next Pastoral Council elections was held, and a new administration, led by Mr. Anthony Osei-Ansong (Snr.), Mrs. Margaret Abotsivia as the Vice President, Mrs. Christiana Siaw as the Secretary, Mr. Stephen Vordzorgbe as the Assistant Secretary, and Mrs. Theresa Peprah as the Financial Secretary. They continued the building of the Chapel from the foundation level until the roofing level.


They handed over to the administration of Mr. James Ahiaboo in 2000. The executive members of the Council were Mr. George Obeng, Vice Chairman, Miss Marion Kyeremeh, Secretary, Mr. Maxwell Kyei-Mensah and Mr. Cosmos Arthur, Assistant Secretaries and Mrs. Sophia Dassah, as the Financial Secretary. They stayed in office from 2000 to 2004. During this period, the congregation officially moved from worshipping in the classrooms to the chapel. They completed the main edifice of the building and installed the windows and the stained glass windows over the Sanctuary. These were imported from Poland and the images on the glass symbolizes Christ, who is the Light of the World. Christ, the Light of the World, who is present in the Eucharist in a special way, sends His light into the world. At the top of the windows, the rays of the sun penetrate and project the Light of Christ, which is bright but as they go down and try to penetrate the darkness of the world, it loses a bit of the brightness as if the darkness in the world is trying to overcome the Light of Christ.


In 2004, Mrs. Theresa Peprah was elected as the first female Chairperson of the Pastoral Council. The Council members were Mr. John-Hanson Senoo as Vice Chairman, Miss Jacqueline Galley, Miss Antoinette Baffoe-Bonnie and Mr. Peter Aidoo as Secretaries, Mr. Dominic Danso and Miss Rita Konadu as Assistant Secretaries and Mrs. Sophia Dassah and Madam Mary Akuamoah as Financial Secretaries. During this period, several disputes arose concerning the ownership of the Church’s land. The Church took civil action in court against the trespasser and won with the help of Lawyer John-Hanson Senoo, at no cost. Under Mrs. Peprah’s leadership, and under the supervision of Rev. Fr. John Schiltz and later Rev. Fr. Konrad Dreyer, the Church compound was fenced in 2007. Fr. Dreyer also oversaw the digging of a borehole for the Church.


In 2006, Rev. Fr. John Schiltz, after several years of magnanimous service was transferred to St Augustine’s Catholic Church, Ashiaman. On his departure, Fr. Schiltz donated an amount of Twelve Thousand USD ($12,000) for further developments of the Church. He was replaced by Rev. Fr. Konrad Dreyer, who later also handed over to the first resident priest, Rev. Fr. Ernest Kofi Dugah. Rev. Fr. Dreyer presented a monstrance and a tabernacle to the Church when he was leaving St Charles Lwanga Catholic Church, Abeka in 2007.


Priests whose support to the Community during the period notably include; Rev. Fr. Benjamin Ohene and Rev. Fr. David Amissah-Andoh, who were assistants to Rev. Fr. John Schiltz, Rev. Fr. Sampson Fenuku SVD, who was Assistant to Rev. Fr. Konrad Dreyer, Rev. Fr. Sofronio Endoma SVD, Rev. Fr. Nicholas Aazine, Rev. Fr. Quaye, and Rev. Fr. George Ekow Mensah.

Rev. Fr. Ernest Kofi Dugah was appointed to Taifa as Priest-in-Charge on 2nd December 2007, after the Community had been raised to the status of a Rectorate. At that time the Church no Rectory to accommodate the resident priest. Mr. Henry Victor Yevugah, a member of the Church, offered to rent a place to accommodate the priest for a year. The Church later paid for an additional one-year rent. On 9th December 2007, after Mass, Rev. Fr. Dugah blessed the site for the commencement of the Rectory project. After the foundation had been laid in August 2008, His Grace, Charles Palmer-Buckle, on his pastoral visit to the Church, cut the sod for the continuation of the project. Rev. Fr. Konrad Dreyer proposed the design for the rectory. As usual, the congregation joined in the building of the Rectorate through communal labour during weekends. The Rectory was financed largely by local funds, under the Archbishop’s one block per parishioner per month initiative. By the time the rent for the accommodation where the resident priest resided had elapsed, the ground floor of the rectorate was complete and Fr. Ernest Dugah moved in December 2009, making him the first resident priest of St Dominic Catholic Church, Taifa. In 2010, Rev. Fr. Raphael Donkor Boansi was appointed to St Dominic, Taifa as the Parochial Vicar, to assist Fr. Ernest Dugah.

As the Church approached its 25th anniversary, and with the completion of the first phase of the rectory, the Church decided to concentrate on the completion of the main Church building. The entire building was reroofed and the ceiling was fixed. Panel works was done on the sanctuary, and an altar and tabernacle were built. The Church also introduced pews, with the initial pews bought by Parishioners. All this was under the leadership of Mr. Lewis Ano-Ampofo, who was the Church Pastoral Council Chairman from 2008 to 2012. He was supported by Mr. Henry Victor Yevugah as his Vice, Mr. Peter Aidoo as Secretary, Miss Margaret Akpabli, Miss Theresa Quansah, Miss Angelina Boatemaa, Miss Joana Nyarko-Mensah as Assistant Secretaries and Mr. Paa Kwasi Lokko and Mr. Foster Buabeng as Financial Secretaries. After the renovation works on the Church building, work resumed on the Rectory in 2012. It was elevated to a storey building and completed in 2015/2016. Mr. Ampofo’s administration was succeeded by the current Pastoral Council administration led by Mr. Benjamin Oduro-Gyamerah as Chairman, Mr. Prince Ralph Ogandu as his Vice, Mrs. Lawrenda Brako as Secretary, Mr. Edem Amudzi as Assistant Secretary and Mr. Foster Buabeng as Financial Secretary.

In 2012, Fr. Raphael Donkor Boansi was transferred to St. Patrick and St. Louis Catholic Church. Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Obeng Codjoe was assigned to replace Fr. Boansi on the 12th of December 2012. Again, on 7th October 2015, Rev. Fr. Courage Senam Dogbey was appointed to St. Dominic as an Assistant Priest. After nine (9) years of dutiful service, Rev. Fr. Ernest Dugah was transferred to St. Kizito Parish, Nima, as the Parish Priest in December 2016. Fr. Codjoe was appointed as the Parochial Administrator on 15th January 2017, with Fr Courage Dogbey, as his Parochial Vicar.

Over the years, the Church has proudly produced several members of the clergy and religious. The priests are Rev. Frs. John Boevi, Society of Divine Word (SVD) and Andrew Setsoafia, Society of Jesus (SJ). The religious sisters are Srs. Victoria Osorade, and Stephanie Quarshie, both of the congregation of Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Church (SMMC), Doris Opoku, and Francisca Appiah, of the congregation of Handmaids of the Divine Redeemer (HDR). Currently also in formation are Mr. Derrick Senyo Abbey and Mr. Joseph Effah Siaw, seminarians undergoing formation at the St Paul’s Catholic Seminary, Sowutuom, Accra.

Summary of History


Founding Members
  • Mr. George Apoh
  • Mr. Anthony Kwame Baah
  • Mr. Lincoln Obeng-Annor
Founding Priests
  •  Rev. Fr. Paul Van-Riel SVD
  •  Rev. Fr. Francis Twum-Barimah
Priests in-Charge and their Assistants
  • Rev. Fr. John Schiltz SVD
  • Rev. Fr. Benjamin Ohene (Assistant)
  • Rev. Fr. David Amissah-Andoh  (Assistant)
  • Rev. Fr. Konrad Dreyer SVD
  • Rev. Fr. Sampson Fenuku (Assistant)
Priests who have supported over the years
  • Rev. Fr. Anthony Boateng Mensah
  • Rev. Fr. Henry Frempong
  • Rev. Fr. Isaac Ahenkorah
  • Rev. Fr. Stephen Acheampong
  • Rev. Fr. Obuor
  • Rev. Fr. Isaac Maunger
  • Rev. Fr. Anthony Balee
  • Rev. Fr. Francis Geraldo
  • Rev. Fr. Martin Wels, SVD
  • Rev. Fr. Sofronio Endoma, SVD
  • Rev. Fr. Jacob Adomako Tardie
  • Rev. Fr. Gabriel Otoo
  • Monsignor Rudolf Appietu
  • Rev. Fr. Martin Darko
  • Rev. Fr. A. D. Ackah
  • Rev. Fr. Michael Gbordzor
  • Rev. Fr. Charles Palmer-Buckle
  • Rev. Fr. Nicholas Azine SVD
  • Rev. Fr. Theodore Quaye
  • Rev. Fr. George Ekow Mensah
Resident Priests Appointed
  • Rev. Fr. Ernest Kofi Dugah – Parochial Administrator 2007 –  2016
  • Rev. Fr. Raphael Donkor Boansi – Parochial Vicar 2010 – 2012
  • Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Obeng Codjoe – Parochial Vicar 2012 – 2017 Parochial Administrator 2017 to 2019
  • Rev. Fr. Ernest Kofi Dugah –
    Parochial Administrator 2007 –  2016
  • Rev. Fr. Raphael Donkor Boansi –
    Parochial Vicar 2010 – 2012
  • Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Obeng Codjoe – Parochial Vicar 2012 – 2017
    Parochial Administrator 2017 – 2019
  • Rev. Fr. Courage Senam Dogbey
    Parochial Vicar 2015 – 2019
    Assistant Priest 2019 – 2020
  • Rev. Fr. Mark Mandela Anyigbah
    Parochial Vicar 2018 – 2019
    Assistant Priest 2019 – 2020
  • Very Rev. Fr. Joseph Arthur
    Parish Priest 2019 – date
  • Rev. Fr. Cyril Kalewe
    Assistant Priest 2020 – date


  • Late Mr. Ernest Nyarko
  • Mr. Lawrence Felih
  • Mr. Gyeni Ansong
  • Mr. Cosmos Arthur
  • Mr. Edmund Atsui
  • Mr. Thomas Obiri Yeboah
  • Mr. Abraham Ahiaku Smith
  • Mr. Roger Quarshie
  • Mr. Gregory Thompson
Past Chairpersons of the Church Pastoral Council
  • Mr. George Apoh   1987 – 1989
  • Mr. Emmanuel Agyepong   1989 – 1993
  • Mr. Lincoln Obeng – Annor   1993 – 1996
  • Mr. Anthony Osei-Ansong Snr.   1996 – 2000
  • Late Mr. James Ahiaboo   2000 – 2004
  • Mrs. Theresa Peprah   2004 – 2008
  • Mr. Lewis Ano-Ampofo   2008 – 2012
  • Mr. Benjamin B. Oduro-Gyaminah 2012 – 2017
  • Mr. Benjamin Nador   2017 – present