The interesting thing about this location is that for some reason the spire could not be placed on the roof of the building. Instead it was placed on the ground.
Early the next morning we went to the Kakum National Park to go on a jungle canopy walk. The walk consisted of seven narrow suspension bridges arranged in a circular route between a number of very large trees.
The day after arriving back in Accra we were back on the road and went 90 min north to Koforidua to a District Conference. The church was packed and we sat outside under a canopy. It was so hot that I cooled myself down by pouring water down my shirt collar. The Mission President was the last speaker and he announced that approval had been received to make the Koforidua district into the Koforidua Stake at a conference that will be held June 25. This region was only 3 branches three years ago and has now grown to 11 branches. The missionaries have been very busy.