Reverend Frimpong Manso Profile
Frimpong Manso was the former moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana.
He was born on March 10, 1951, at Domi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
His parents are Opanin Osei Akwasi and Mercy Amma Akyama, both of blessed memory.
He Started his basic Primary School in 1957 and completed Secondary School in 1970 in Ghana.
Entered Teacher Training Education in Kumasi in 1971 and completed with a Post-Secondary Teacher’s Certificate (Distinction) in 1973.
Ministerial and Theological Education
He continued with his Ministerial and Theological Education (at the Diploma Level) from 1979 to 1982 at the Trinity Theological Seminary, Legon, Ghana and studied for the BA (Honours) Degree at the University of Ghana from 1985 to 1988, coming out with a 2nd Class Upper Division (Hons. in Religions and Sociology).
He also pursued Post-graduate Studies in Old Testament/Hebrew at the Department of Hebrew and Semitic Languages, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, at the Masters’ and PhD Levels from 1990 to 1995 with support from the Langham Trust and Tear Fund.
Commissioning & Ordination
He was Commissioned in 1982 and Ordained into the full-time Pastoral Ministry of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana in 1984.
Taught as a pupil-teacher (1970-1971) and as an Agricultural Science Teacher and a classroom teacher at the basic level of education from 1973-1975 and was seconded to the Ghana Evangelism Committee for the NLFA programme (an evangelistic program of the mainline Churches in Ghana) from 1975-1979.
Have served as a full-time Minister of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana since commissioning from 1982 in several capacities till today:
Presently, Pastor of the Emmanuel Presbyterian Reformed Church, Bronx, New York.
He is happily married to Mrs Lucy Frimpong-Manso and the LORD has blessed their union with three sons: Samuel, Alistair, and David and one daughter, Avrille.