The department support and promotes initiatives designed to meet the spiritual, intellectual and social needs of Adventist students on public campuses in the union. The department endeavours to: Strengthen the faith commitment of students to Seventh-day Adventist beliefs and mission, Prepare students to deal with intellectual challenges that arise in a secular environment, Develop the leadership abilities of students, and Provide students with opportunities for Christian fellowship and to train students for outreach, service and witness on the campus, in the community and in the world at large.


Outreach of the church extended in reaching the unreached for Christ through various chaplaincies.

The Adventist Chaplaincy Ministries and the mission of Seventh-day Adventist Church are one: “to proclaim the everlasting gospel” and therefore restore broken humanity to wholeness in relationship with God.

 To form a network of ACM directors and chaplains with denominational ecclesiastical endorsement. 


The department operate to generally, assist members with psychotherapeutic services on their psychological. emotional, social and spiritual issues impeding their daily life processes.

Quinquennium Goals

Literature distribution

Ghana National Association of Adventist Students (GNAAS) Retreat/Congress

Setting up of counselling units in all twelve conferences and missions

Resource materials

Vigorous campus evangelism

Prophecy Seminars

Week of spiritual emphasis

Campus Transformational Leadership Training

Chaplaincy endorsement

Increase number of military chaplains

Have a police chaplain

Training Workshops

Pr. Nana Kofi Nimako

Chaplaincy Ministries Director

Chaplaincy Ministries Director

Seventh-day Adventist Church Southern Ghana Union Conference
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