Elder Snow Visits Historic LDS Sites

Elder Snow Visits Historic LDS Sites

Elder Steven E. Snow, with his wife Phyllis Snow, and Reid L. Neilson, assistant church historian, visited the Africa West Area on Oct 7, 2016.

As a part of their trip they visited some of the church historic sites in Ghana, guided by Charles Sono-koree, AWA church history advisor, and accompanied by President Terence M. Vinson, his first counselor Marcus B. Nash and their wives.  Bro. Sono-koree described their recent visit as unique and uplifting and shared photos of some of locations the group visited.

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Right: Elder Snow & Bro. Neilson, middle: Plaque commemorating the history of the Church in Ghana, left: President Vinson & Elder Nash

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With the missionaries at the Ghana Missionary Training Center in Tema, Ghana

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At the Ghana National Theatre where President Hinckley presided over a devotional in 1993.

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Elder Snow and his team in front of the University of Ghana’s Great Hall, where President Packer organized the first Stake in Ghana.

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The first meeting place of the saints in Accra located at Bubuashie, Ghana

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Visiting Slave Castle at Cape Coast

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Visiting grave site of Billy Johnson,one of ghana's first missionaries,in Assin fosu, Ghana