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Rev. Fonki Elected PCC Moderator

Rev. Fonki Elected PCC Moderator

The Rev. Fonki Samuel is the new Moderator of the PCC. He was elected at the 47th Synod of the Presbyterian Church that held at the Church Centre Mankon Tuesday November 24. He emerged winner after a hotly contested race with the outgoing Synod Clerk, the Rev. Abwenzoh William Membong, grabbing, 74 as against 46 […]

PCC Elections: Latest Update

PCC Elections: Latest Update

The close to 120 delegates from the 28 presbyteries of the PCC are still in conclave here at the Presbyterian Church Centre Mankon. Since 3 pm when the doors of the centre were closed, hundred of anxious pastors, church workers, members of the press and Christians have been waiting for news to filter out of […]

PCC Election: Rev Fonki and Abwenzoh in Final Show Down Tomorrow

PCC Election: Rev Fonki and Abwenzoh in Final Show Down Tomorrow

Anxiety is building up in the PCC as the heat at the Presbyterian Church Centre Ntamulung where delegates are now in conclave to elect the next PCC Moderator and Synod Clerk reaches fever level. Last weekend saw 2 of the 6 names dropped from the list of potential candidates, leaving the Rev. Abwenzoh Williams Membong […]

PCC Celebrates 57th Anniversary

PCC Celebrates 57th Anniversary

The Presbyterian Church in Cameroon (PCC) is 57 years old today. Commemorative activities took place in all 28 presbyteries across the country with a call on Christians of the PCC to pray for God to pick the right person to lead the church in elections due on Tuesday November 25, 2014 at the Church Centre […]

Bali Officially Proclaimed a Presbytery

Bali Officially Proclaimed a Presbytery

Bali has been officially proclaimed a presbytery in the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon (PCC), becoming the 28th in the history of the church. It was officially proclaimed on Sunday October 5, 2014 by the Right Rev. Festus Asana, Moderator of the PCC during a church service that took place at the Presbyterian Church (PC) Ntanfoang. […]