The Choir of the Bethel Presbyterian/Reformed Church is as old as the Church itself because it was formed and began performing right from its inception.
Under the tutelage of distinguished church musicians including Mr. (now Rev.) Ebenezer Aduku and Mr. Bright Amankwah at different periods over the years, it has grown from strength to strength and lived up to it basic responsibility of leading singing during all Church Services every single Sunday till now. It has also represented the Church successfully and proudly in music programs at different Churches and other Ecumenical and social functions. Learn more


It all started when friends were having fun and holding a conversation when out of the blue Rev. Daniel Nyante suggested that it will be a good idea to form a Men’s Fellowship ministry in our church. This event took place at Mr. Kofi Manu’s residence. Hence,  the Men’s Fellowship was founded in the 2004. Rev. Dr. Daniel Nyante was immediately elected the president, Bro. William Younge as secretary and Bro. Manu as treasurer.  This group was the first set of executive members. The fellowship started with membersship  not more than ten but by the year 2006, it had more than doubled.


The Women’s Fellowship Group of this Church was formed in 1992. The Fellowship was inaugurated into the North American Ghanaian Presbyterian Women’s Fellowship in 1998. This Fellowship is proud to be one of the founding members of the NAGPWF. Our current membership is about 22 with 18 active members. One of our biggest challenges has been the growing of our group. It has been almost impossible registering new members especially the younger women who tell us that they are not ‘old enough yet’ to join the Women’s Fellowship.


From humble beginnings come great things. The Young People’s Guild (YPG) from Bethel Presbyterian Reformed Church, formerly known as the Ghanaian Presbyterian Reformed Church, was formed in 1997 with membership of about 10 people. The aims and objectives were to promote and develop the spiritual, moral and social beings of the youth and to establish their role as the church’s future.


Young Adults Fellowship’s formation at Bethel Presbyterian Reformed Church Inc. (Bethel YAF) goes back to 2008 under the counsel of Evangelist Samuel Asare of the Grace Evangelistic Ministry-Akropong, however due to other commitments at the time, it wasn’t materialized until February 9th 2014.


The Singing Band was inaugurated in the year of March 2013. On our inauguration, the National President Paul Gyamera and some executives of “The Union of Ghanaian Presbyterian Singing Bands North America” were there to officiate the event. This was a day to remember as we saw the beauty of the Singing Band.