Church Growth / Evangelism


A Vibrant Beginning: Celebrating the Birth of Brampton’s Ghanaian English Seventh-day Adventist Group

Posted: July 6th, 2023

The 24th of June marked an unforgettable day at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church located at 723 Balmoral Drive in Brampton, as the Brampton Ghanaian English Seventh-day Adventist Group embarked on an exciting new journey. Emerging as a vibrant church plant from the Toronto Ghanaian Seventh-day Adventist Church, their inaugural service radiated with joy and warmth. The atmosphere was electric, with 92 individuals gathered together, most of them enthusiastic youth and young adults. The air buzzed with anticipation and a sense of unity as this new community embarked on their shared mission.

Pastor Damson Oppong served as the special guest speaker, delivering an inspiring message. This was followed by an afternoon program led by Pastor Kenneth Appiah Kubi.

The Brampton Ghanaian English Seventh-day Adventist Group aims to connect with the local community and empower youth and young adults to embrace the teachings of Jesus and cultivate a love for community and discipleship.

Pastor Kwame Brobbey leads the church as the Senior Pastor, with Pastor Kenneth Appiah Kubi serving as the Assistant Pastor and Coach Pastor for the church plant. They are both excited to see what God has planned for this new ministry. They are supported by a dedicated team, including Elder John Wilson, Stephen Ntiamoah, Juliana Appiah, Josephine Norbert, Ama Simons, and Doreen Osei. Together, they will be working diligently to serve the congregation and fulfill the mission of the church.

As they embark on this new chapter, they will focus on spreading hope and wholeness to the Brampton community. They will strive to create a welcoming and nurturing environment where individuals can explore their faith and find support in their spiritual journey. Pastor Brobbey expressed his excitement, stating, "With the assistance of Pastor Kubi and the guidance of our dedicated leadership team, we are eager to witness the growth of our group and make a positive impact in the lives of those around us."