A milestone moment for the Triangle of Hope

First published on: 27th April 2023

Delegates from the Triangle of Hope visited Liverpool for the installation of Bishop John and a programme of events hosted by Bishop Bev including a visit to The International Slavery Museum.

Amongst our twenty-five or so honoured guests attending for Bishop John’s installation were;

The Right Reverend E. Mark Stevenson Bishop of Virginia

The Right Reverend Oscar Amoah  Bishop of Kumasi

A conference took place on the Monday following the installation. This included praise and worship, prayer, Bible Study, exciting updates on projects, testimonies, Eucharist, and workshops. In a milestone moment in The Triangle’s history, delegates voted unanimously to accept a new framework of governance to the Triangle continue to grow and develop.

Feedback from the delegates as they began their journeys home included words like -  togetherness, Spirit Breathed, inspirational conversations, moment of opportunity, hopeful, joyful, reconciliation, dreaming together, visionary, lament, repentance and Jesus-focused.


About the Triangle of Hope 

The Triangle of Hope is a reconciliation ministry that brings together sisters and brothers in Christ from The Dioceses of Kumasi, Ghana, Virginia in The United States and Liverpool. Its networks are supported by other local and international church organisations and NGO’s, and its work and is very varied. From youth pilgrimages, to connecting theological colleges and seminaries, Mothers’ Union and Episcopal Church Women and here in our own diocese The Tsedaqah Community and supporting The Slavery Truth Project. The Triangle is all about the importance of memory, that the worst atrocities in history are prevented from happening again; engaging with the truth of the history and legacy of racism and slavery, in the world and in the church, including repentance and lament; supporting our faith communities to become actively anti-racist;  working with those committed to ending modern day slavery and all with deep theological conviction and determination that this is the work Jesus commands and requires of His church.

For further information visit the Triangle of Hope pages on our website



Right Reverend Beverley Mason (Chair, Bishop of Warrington) Right Reverend Oscar Christian Amoah (Bishop of Kumasi) Right Reverend E. Mark Stevenson (Bishop of Virginia) Rev Fr Nana Akwasi Kessie (Kumasi Diocese TOH Lead) Rev Canon Dr Lee Hill (Virginia Diocese TOH Lead) Rev Fr Rock Higgins (Virginia Diocese Youth Pilgrimage Lead) Ms Rebecca Richardson (Liverpool Diocese Youth Pilgrimage Lead) Mrs Jennie Taylor (Liverpool Diocese Racial Justice Lead) Mrs Debra Walker (Chair of Trustees, Tsedaqah House) Mrs Caroline Collins (Liverpool President, Mothers’ Union) Rev Canon Dr Dean Michael Leyden (Emmanuel Theological College) Dean Joseph Bain-Doodu (St Nicholas’ Seminary, Cape Coast) Rev Dr Daniel Karanja (The Episcopal Church Africa Partnership Officer) Ms Lydia Kibaara (USPG) Canon Dr Peniel Rajkumar (Director of Global Mission, USPG) Rev Canon Malcolm Rogers  (Liverpool Diocese TOH Lead), Suzanne Matthews Trustee Tsedaqah House)

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