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Sunday Worship in Ghana

The Sunday Worship team in Ghana

Sunday Worship in Ghana


The presenters and production team of Sunday Worship, pictured on Elmina beach, for a special programme celebrating 50 years of Ghana's independence and commemorating the bicentenary of the Act abolishing the Transatlantic slave trade. Left to right: Uzo Kumi, Stephen Shipley, Phil Booth and Richard Reddie.



A classroom full of schoolchildren

Schoolchildren pose for the camera


Children in a classroom of St James' Anglican School Elmina, Ghana.




Schoolchildren dancing in colourful outfits and body paint

The children dancing


A pageant for Ghana 50 Independence Day, performed by children of St James' Anglican School, Elmina.


Elmina town and castle

Elmina town and castle


Elmina Castle stands on a hilltop, overlooking the town of Elmina.


Close-up photo of memorial plaque

Memorial plaque


Memorial plaque to victims of the Transatlantic slavery trade in the courtyard of Elmina Castle.


Interior of a dungeon in Elmina Castle

The dungeon


Male dungeon at Elmina Castle. Slaves were held here in readiness before being loaded onto the slave ships.

The Gate of No Return

No return


The Gate of No Return, through which the captives were loaded on to the slave ships.


St James' Anglican School Elmina, Ghana.

Exterior of the Church


Worshippers gather outside St James' Anglican Church, Elmina, Ghana.


Altar party at St James' Anglican church

The Altar party


Altar party at St James' Anglican church, Elmina for Morning Mass. Left to right: Revd Stephen Shipley, Canon Cyril Ben-Smith and Revd Dominic Eshun


Worshippers praising

Worshippers praising


Congregation at St James' Anglican church, Elmina taking part in Morning Mass.


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