|This is the house that our ward meets in, the garage is the Primary room|
|This former guest house is the Bishop's and Clerks'Offices and at the back is the missionaries apartment|
|The Church is not that easy to find, but we know the way!|
We attend the Ofankor Ward. It meets in a rented building that used to be a home. There is a large room in front that serves as the chapel. Around behind there are former bedrooms that are classrooms. The garage is the primary room. There is a guest house that is the missionaries' quarters and the Bishop and Clerks offices.
|They have built this outdoor faunt for baptisms|
This is the road to the church. It is under construction. We take several roads and even a pretty modern (Ghana standards) highway and then we turn off onto this. We are currently using a motor pool car. It is a Toyota Corolla. It is pretty tricky not to high center along this path. Notice the car coming is way to the right. There are no established lanes on dirt roads. It is every car to themselves!
This is the chapel these Elders attend. This is typical of the buildings that the Church builds. It is very clean and well kept. There are not very many like this.
We went for a drive yesterday while they fumigated our building. We were not lost, but we did not know where we were. It is amazing that our phones can tell us exactly where we are at all times. And even more amazing it that the roads are on the google maps. This is a scene along a typical road. Again, it is each man for himself. We had to go to a car wash when we got home. It cost 4 cedis to hand and power wash our car. That is less that two dollars!