The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ghana received training on the Lutheran Service Book. Mr Philip Magness of Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, USA a cantor for an international mission to Ghana and DR Congo, visits Ghana on occasionally comes to Ghana to
give training to the church in important part of the Lutheran practice.
Officially accepted at the Synod’s 2004 convention, LSB carefully blended the best Of the Lutheran Hymnal and Lutheran worship. Lutheran Service Book now contains the Church’s song into the 21st century. It offers treasured melodies and texts that have nourished God’s people for generations.
Produced during the most prolific period of English-language hymn writing in the history of Christendom, the Lutheran Service Book deliverers a rich feast of gospel-centred hymns from every age and from many lands. The Lutheran service book is offered with the prayer that it may be used in all its fullness to give voice to the prayer praise, and thanksgiving of God’s holy people as they are graciously served by him through word and sacrament.
Plans are far advanced to translate LSB into 5 major Ghanaian Languages to enhance services in the country. ELCG is collaborating with the Music department of the University of Ghana to translate the LSB