The Ghanaian Catholic Community was formed with the goal of bringing the Catholic faith community together to promote the spiritual wellbeing of its members while maintaining the Ghanaian cultural experience.
GCC began meeting at St. Joseph in Arlington, Texas, in September 2004.
The group started meeting every fourth Sunday of each month to pray the Rosary and later began church services in the Chapel with various visiting priests.
In 2007, after many prayers, letters and consultations with Archbishop Peter Sarpong (Kumasi Archdiocese) and Bishop Kevin Vann (Fort Worth Diosece), Fr. Philip Boateng Brembah was able to come to the Unites States to lead the congregation. With the support, patience and prayers of the entire Ghanaian Catholic community in DFW, the church has been blessed with growth and continues its vibrant Sunday worship services each week.
The mission and objective of the Ghanaian Catholic Community is to bring all Ghanaian Catholics in DFW as well as people of all backgrounds into one family of God and assist in the spiritual development of our Catholic faith through the celebration of the religious sacraments in the Ghanaian languages and culture.
Contact James Asare at 817-903-2944 or Paul Kofi Appiah at 469-826-1355 for more information