Women’s Fellowship

Brief History and Activities

The Trinity United Church Women’s Fellowship began in 1974 under the leadership of Mrs Martha Thompson, wife of the then Minister in charge, Rev. I. K. Thompson. Membership is made up of Christian women drawn from various denominations who were then living in the church community, notably Legon, Mempeasem and Bawaleshie.


Our greetings are as follows:

Yehowa nni moakyi (May God follow you) Yehowa nhyira mo (May God bless you) Nyame adwuma name hw3 (Be a steward of Gods work) Na wode3 ak) so ( For your to prosper)


Our prime aim is to draw women closer to God, help solve their problems and encourage them to make their homes happy and hospitable, thereby bringing about positive transformation.


Our activities include:

Prayer meetings Bible study Health talks Home management talks Bible quizzes Social visits Retreats Evangelism Visitation of sick and ageing members

Meetings Days

We meet on Wednesdays from 5 pm to 7 pm. We also have short meetings on Sundays after the second service.


We are affiliated to Methodist/Presbyterian Women’s Fellowship Union. We joined them in 2007 and we have benefited tremendously from this union. We team with the Union and the mother churches (Presbyterian and Methodist) for mission work such as rallies, evangelism and workshops. As we strive to draw closer to God, we encourage all women in the congregation who are not members to join us.