Donlon’s Parish on AMiA / Ghana Relations

The newsletter of Father Kevin Donlon‘s Church of the Resurrection reports the following about theAM:

The AMIA is now a Missionary Society of approximately 80 parishes.

This is the first time I have seen a number of parishes in recent memory. It seems to be on the high side, but maybe it is right.

Bishop Edmund of Dunkwa on-Offin in Ghana has accepted David [Brookman]. Hopefully he will be ordained in January during Bishop Edmund’s visit. Fr. James Kennaugh has already been given canonical license by Bishop Edmund.

Fr. Kevin discussed the needs of the new Ghana diocese.

I wonder what the relationship of Bishop Edmund and FCA / GAFCON is? The newsletter also gives this biography for the Bishop:

Meet Bishop Edmund of The Diocese of Dunkwa on Offin,

Anglican Province of West Africa, Ghana

Profile of the Diocesan Bishop -Rt. Rev’d Edmund Dawson- Ahmoah

First Diocesan Bishop of Dunkwa-On-Offin

Length of years in Ministry: 29 years(31st July,1983)

Deacon: 26th September, 1982 – Priest: 31st July, 1983



1979 – NOVICIATE – Order of Holy Cross-Bolahun,Liberia

1983 –Curate – St Cyprian’s Cathedral, Kumasi

-Priest-in-Charge – St. Mary’s Chirapatre,Kumasi

-Chaplain – Anglican Society-UST(Now Thomas Crammer Anglican Church)

1985- Parish Priest – St. Mary’s Anglican church ,Fumesua and Outstsations

Kwamo’Ejisu,Konongo Odumase,Bonwire)

October 1986- Parish Priest

St. Paul Anglican Church, North Suntreso,Kumasi – Priest in Charge

St Luke’s Anglican Church,Tanoso,Kumasi

St. Francis Anglican Church,Ohwimase,Kumasi -.Priest in Charge

St Christopher Anglican Church,Garrison-Barracks,Kumasi

January 1997- Precentor of the Cathedral

St. Cyprian,s Anglican Church,Kumasi

June 1999- Archdeacon of Kumasi (last Archdeacon of Kumasi)

Parish Priest – St Anne’s Anglican Church-Kumasi and outstations


August 2004- Archdeacon of Manhyia(First Archdeacon of Manhyia)

October 2006- Archdeacon of Mampong-Ashanti

August 2008- Suffragan Bishop of Cape Coast

December 2010-First Diocesan Bishop of Diocese of Dunkwa-on-Offin

What happened to the Congo is anyone’s guess.

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