Rev. Fr. (Dr.) Francis Appiah-Kubi

Senior Lecturer


Dept: Religious Studies
ROOM NO 320
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Systematic Theology: Ecclesiology Christian Faith and African Traditional Religion The Church/State /Family  ...~more

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Francis Appiah-Kubi (Very Rev. Fr. Dr.) was born on 19th March, 1962 at Bamang in the Ashanti Region, Ghana. Francis is currently the first Rector of St. Anthony Rectorate, the first regional President of Regional Union of Priests of West Africa (RUPWA) and the Immediate past President of the National Union of Ghana Diocesan Priests Associations (NUGDPA). He also served as the Acting Chairman, Governing Council of the Spiritan University College, Ejisu -Ghana and former Moderator of Fountainhead Christian College, Accra. Rev Fr. Francis has also served in the following capacities:

  1. Head of the Department of Religious Studies
  2. Mentor for a Newly Appointed Assistant Lecturer
  3. Chairman, Tender-sub Committee (Goods and Works)
  4. Chairman of Awards Committee, College of Arts and Social Sciences, KNUST
  5. Chairman, Re-branding Committee
  6. Chairman, M/A Research/Programme Committee
  7. Chairman, Undergraduate Studies Committee, Department of Religious Studies
  8. Chairman, Committee to investigate allegations of Conduct of Mr. Ampadu Johnas
  9. Reviewer: Research Proposals for the Office of Grants and Research
  10. Member, Faculty’s Parallel Programme Committee
  11. Member, Committee on Performance Ranking and Awards
  12. Member, Committee for PhD Programme in Religious Studies for KNUST,
  13. Member, Committee for Mandatory Courses of the Faculty
  14. Chairman Advisory Committee at the Department of Religious Studies
  15. Visiting Scholar, Institut Ecumenique Al Mowafaqa, Rabat, Morocco
  16. Project advisor, Doctor of Ministry program, San Francisco, USA
  17. First Regional President of Regional Union of Priests Of West Africa, (RUPWA-URPAO)
  18. Member of RECOWA/ CERAO Episcopal Working Committee For CLERGY and THEOLOGY
  19. Member, African Theologians Association (ATA)

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