News on Westminster-Supported Programs in Ghana & Liberia

Join the conversation with Rev. Barbara Asempa & John/Lyn Kucij sharing updates on programs in Liberia/Ghana.

Join us for an insightful event featuring esteemed speakers Rev. Barbara Asempa and John and Lyn Kucij. They will share their insights and updates on the impactful Westminster-supported programs in Liberia and Ghana.

Organized by WPC, this event will delve into how WPC funds are the driving force behind transformative initiatives in West Africa. The discussion will focus on areas where Westminster-supported programs have made a significant and positive difference, including improved access to education, expanded medical and healthcare services, and the introduction of sustainable community programs such as microloans, sustainable water access, and education on menstrual products.

Discover how these programs are addressing immediate challenges and paving the way for lasting change in these communities. Take advantage of this opportunity to gain valuable insights and updates on the impactful work done in Liberia and Ghana.

Date: Friday, April 12
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Avila Retirement Community, proceed to the “Great Room”

Join the conversation and learn how you can contribute to creating a brighter future for communities in West Africa.

Our Speakers

Our April 12th speakers are:

  • Rev. Barbara Asempa, one of Westminster’s Mission Partners in Tema, Ghana, and
  • John and Lyn Kucij who currently supervise a school program in Liberia funded by Westminster.

Barbara is the Director and Founder of Home of Care and Protection (HOCAP), a not-for-profit organization that addresses the needs of small rural Ghanaian communities. In 2023, HOCAP completed the Mama Alice health clinic for the village of Nyitawuta with partial financial support from Westminster.

John and Lyn are Returned Peace Corps volunteers who served in Liberia for three years after graduating from college almost 50 years ago. They are still involved in projects in Liberia and have been affiliated with Westminster’s work in Liberia for almost 15 years.

Learn more: Support 5 Transformative Mission Initiatives in West Africa

News on Westminster-Supported Programs in Ghana & Liberia

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