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Brief History

At a Scripture Union Easter House Party (Retreat) in 1964 the course of evangelization in Ghana was forever altered. Christian church leaders met and on this historical occasion came to the realization that something drastic had to be done if the people of Ghana were ever to be reached for Christ. From this meeting came the idea of a Ghanaian missionary-sending organization that would reach out in the country and evangelize the unreached people of the sub-region. Several decades later, this vision was realized through the formation of Christian Outreach Fellowship.

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About Us

Christian Outreach Fellowship (COF) is a non-denominational, Ghanaian Missionary agency founded in April, 1974 with the mandate to reach people who have little or no access to the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. To this end, we work in very deprived communities sharing the Bread of Life on the one hand and helping in community development on the other hand.


The ministry’s head office is at Mampong-Akwapim in the Eastern Region of Ghana with an office staff of four led by the Executive Director.  Our missionaries currently serve mainly in northern Ghana and have planted hundreds of churches since our inception.

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WHAT WE DO

COF ministry remains resolute to keep reaching the unreached in Ghana and to do so in other countries in the sub-region, which have yet to receive the light of the Gospel.

CHURCH PLANTING

From its inception till now, Christian Outreach Fellowship continues to stay true to its founding vision by deploying indigenous workers to serve the unengaged and unreached people groups in deprived communities in Ghana. From a humble beginning of six pioneer indigenous missionaries, the ministry currently has a workforce of 168 ministering to a total of 17 people groups namely; Fulani (Fufulde), Jula, Ligbi, Kotokoli, Birifor, Lobi, Wala, Tamprusi, Mamprusi, Kokomba, Kasem, Gonja, Frafra, Kusaal, Builsa,  Dagaaba, Dagomba.

TRaining

To ensure a quality workforce and grow healthy churches, we conduct periodic training programs for our missionaries/church planters on topics spanning effective church leadership, micro-finance and family life. We currently have about over hundred trainee church planters under our 2Timothy 2:2 training model – a grassroots modular training scheme.

Social interventions

The William Ofori Atta Memorial Vocational School, Bawku. This school is both a Vocational and Senior High School located at Bawku in the Upper East Region. It was founded with the intention of giving vocational training to the youth especially girls.


As a result of this school, girls who would have otherwise been victims of child marriage, now have access to education and acquire vocational skills to enable them have gainful employment.

THE ORGANIZATION

The ministry’s head office is at Mampong-Akwapim in the Eastern Region of Ghana with an office staff of four led by the Executive Director.  Our missionaries currently serve mainly in northern Ghana and have planted hundreds of churches since our inception.

Our Mission

Planting churches among the unreached through evangelism, discipleship and social action and instilling a missions DNA in the Ghanaian Church to reach the unreached.

oUR VISION

To position COF as a pacesetter in frontier missions, transforming lives and communities among the unreached in Ghana and beyond through the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.

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