On Sunday July 17, 1994, an inaugural service was held at 66 Milwick Drive to announce the birth of a Ghanaian Presbyterian Church in Toronto. The service was attended by 45 adults and youth, out of which 40 remain members of the church to date. The inaugural service sent waves across the Ghanaian community of Toronto, and by the end of September, our number had increased to about 70 including adults and youth. Mary Kwakyewa provided refreshment every Sunday for members to cool down the heat during that summer period. The search began again for a bigger place for the Fellowship. Lawyer Emmanuel Asare, drafted a constitution for the Fellowship, and together with Sam Awuku registered the church with the government of Canada in 1995.