THANK YOU from St Joseph's Parish GHANA Africa

Dear All,

I write on behalf of my own self, my assistant priest, the parishioners of the above named parish, the faculty and students of the Our Lady of Grace Senior High School, as well as the parents to express our profoundest gratitude to you all for the immeasurable love you have shown and continue to show to us over the years. We are very much appreciative of all the sacrifices you have been making to ensure the development and growth of our parish and school. We thank you for your friendship which is constantly cemented by the visits of OLG Ambassadors who visit us year after year.

We must say that the team of 16 Ambassadors who visited us this year were of special kind. We were overwhelmed by the amount of love that made the weaknesses in our hospitality almost invisible. We appreciate the fact that year after year, and out of ardent love for the mission of our Savior Jesus Christ, you sacrifice your precious time and the comfort of your homes to visit us and share in our lives. We must say that your visit to us always reignite within us the fires of divine love and make us so proud to belong to this universal family of faith.




The smiles, the handshakes, the unfamiliar dances you perform, the readiness to visit the villages, the joy of undertaken service projects like carrying heavy blocks and mortar and painting our dirty rectory all added up to the joys of this year’s visit. We certainly cannot forget about your sporting prowess in soccer, volley ball and your notorious victory in the USA versus Ghana Tennis Contest. ( I look forward to retaliate)

We must say that we love to see you come to us and we look very much forward to your next visit. We want to assure you that we are always ready to welcome you as groups and individuals back home in Ghana. We also thank you for the sporting equipment and other materials. I should personally thank the OLG parish for the gift of this brand new Lenovo Laptop which is going to enhance my life and ministry over here at Mamponteng.

It is our fervent hope that this friendship will endure for the years and decades to come and prepare us for the common destiny we share in our eternal home in heaven. Once again, thank you all for you do for us and may God bless you abundantly.

Fr. Sylvester Frimpong
Parish Priest

St. Joseph the Worker Parish
P. O. Box 41
Mamponteng Ashanti, Ghana West Africa