Rev. Kofi Amissah was born in Agona Kwanyako in Ghana into a Christian family and was brought up in the Christian faith. In 1990 at a Scripture Union rally, Kofi made a commitment to Christ and his Christian journey has since been a testimony. Kofi was commissioned into the ordained ministry in June 2005 and ordained into the church of Christ and in full connexion with the Methodist Church Ghana in 2008. Kofi served in the Tema Dioces of the Methodist Church Ghana from October 2005 till September 2009. He was a circuit minister in the Ashaiman circuit and later in the Tema circuit where he assisted the superintendent in the St. Paul Cathedral. Kofi has been in the United Kingdom since October 2009, pursuing further studies and serving the British Methodist Church, by leading worship and preaching in the Cambridge, Wandle Valley and New River Circuits. He served as a chaplain of the Methodist Homes for the Aged in Muswell Hill, London and from February 2011 till August 2013, served as a chaplain at the Royal Free Hospital in London. During this period, Kofi took the challenge to offer a circuit wide support to the Hackney and Stoke Newington Circuit in East London with particular responsibility for Dalston Methodist Church. Kofi joined the Neath Port Talbot Circuit in September 2013. He and his wife Justina and their children Adom, Nhyira, Sompa and Dzinpa and have happily settled and are enjoying the warmth and support of the people in the circuit and the community as a whole. Kofi is committed to serving the Methodist Church and the Christian community in the Neath Port Talbot Circuit. He looks forward to be used by the Holy Spirit in Christ’s mission for the church to the glory of God.
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