Provost's Profile

Prof. Cephas Narh  Omenyo is the Provost of the College of Education, University of Ghana.  He is a Professor in the Department for the Study of Religions with extensive experience in teaching, research and administration. 
  • Pentecostal Theological Education 
  • Ecclesiological Developments in African Christianity 
EXTENSION SERVICES (Outside the University of Ghana) 
  • Member, International Academic Advisory Board, Exchange: Journal of Missiological and Ecumenical Research, (published by Brill, Leiden), (Since, June 2009) 
  • Member, World Council of Churches’ Commission on Pentecostalism (Since 2007)
  • Member, International Reformed-Pentecostal Dialogue, Geneva (Since 1996).
  • Member, Pentecost University College Council, (2003 to 2009/2012- date).
  • Member, Board of Trustees, Trinity Theological Seminary, Ghana (Since August, 2007)
  • Member, Methodist University College Council, Accra (Since January 2010) 
  • Member, Exam. Committee, West African Examinations Council (since 2009) 
  • External Examiner, University of South Africa (Since 2012)
  • External Examiner, University of Western Cape, South Africa (2014)
  • External Examiner, University of Wales’ Accredited Programmes, Ghana Christian University College, Accra, (Since 2000)
  • External Examiner, University of Cape Coast, since 2009 
  • External Examiner, KNUST, since 2011 
  • External Examiner, Christian Service University College since 1999 
  • Member, Board of Victory Presbyterian Church School. 
  • Member, Constitution Review Committee of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana
  • Ordained Minister, Presbyterian Church of Ghana. 
  • Yale-Edinburgh Group for World Christianity (Since 2013) 
  • International Association of Mission Theologians (IAMS) (Since 2003). 
  • American Academy of Religion (AAR) (Since 2002). 
  • Society for Pentecostal Studies, USA (Since 2000). 
  • Study and Advisory Group on Africa (SAGA), at the Inter-University Institute for Missiological and Ecumenical Research (IIMO), University of Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands. (Since 2000) 
  • Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians (EATWOT) (Since 1999).
  • African Association for the Study of Religions (Since 1998) 
  • African Theological Fraternity (Since 1997)