GaDangme Fellowship is a Christian community ministry set up to teach and preach the gospel of Jesus Christ in GaDangme and other Ghanaian languages. In so doing, members are to discover what human life is meant to be, that is, to follow the same attitude as Jesus Christ (Philippians. 2:5) and to learn to love God and to love one another (Matthew 22: 37-39). Therefore the love of God and the love of neighbour are the cornerstones that underpin its activities. Members are therefore expected to live with God’s desire and well–being. Faith, hope and love would be part and parcel of everyday life. The Fellowship was established by members of the GaDangme Community in London under the leadership of Revd. Dr Godwin Odonkor in October 2004. All GaDangmebii and friends of our GaDangme-speaking brothers and sisters are invited to join the friendly URC Ghanaian Fellowship who worship at St. Andrew’s United Reformed Church, Mount Park Road, Ealing Broadway, London W5 2RP, on the 4th Sunday of each month, from 3:00 – 6.00pm.
The London GaDangme Fellowship was established by members of the GaDangme Community in London under the leadership of the Revd. Dr Godwin Odonkor in October 2004, when Dr. Odonkor was the Ghanaian Chaplain for the United Reformed Church (URC) in the UK. At the end of his tour of duty in the UK in 2008, the leadership role was transferred to the Revd. Sylvanus Tettey, who became the new Ghanaian Chaplain in the UK. The Revd. Tettey’s tour of duty ended in 2011 and the leadership role was transferred to the Revd. Edward Sanniez, a Ghanaian Minister with the URC in North-West London.