Kakata-Farmington River

Rev. P. Karyidia Gartor of the Kakata-Farmington River District

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Rev. P. Karyidia Gartor

 

 

 

Rev. P. Karyidia Gartor

District Superintendent, Kakata/Farmington River District LAC/UMC

 

Educational Background

  1. Bachelor Degree in General Theology from the College of Theology (GST), United Methodist University.
  2. Masters of Arts Degree in Educational Administration and Supervision from the Tubman Teacher’s college, The University of Liberia
  3. Several Certificates from trainings that relates to pastoral skills, Evangelism and professional Teaching skills.

Family Life

Married to Mrs. Martha L. Gartor and the union is blessed with four children (Two Girls and Two Boys). They are: Pauline- 20yrs old; Mathaline-16yrs old; Karyidia-12yrs old and Maxwell-8yrs old.

 

The Kakata/Farmington River District

The Kakata/Farmington River District is one of the twenty one Districts of the Liberia Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. It contains Thirty-eight (38) local churches with two (2) preaching points, five United Methodist Schools, one United Methodist Orphanage homes and one United Methodist Old folks home.

As District Superintendent, I play supervisory role over all of these institutions and run the day to day Administrative functions of the District.

I officially took over the District from Rev. J. Albert Barchue as District Superintendent in February, 2014.

 

 

District Organizations/Units                                          Present Leaders

 

  1. Men Organization                           Bro. Robert Maculor
  2. Women Organization                     Sis.  Phebean  Tobaye
  3. Young Adult Fellowship                  Bro. Philip Wrogbo
  4. Youth Fellowship                            Bro. David  Cole
  5. Pastors Wives Association             Sis. Martha L. Gartor
  6. Choir Ministry                                 Sis. Victoria Garkpu
  7. Usher Unit                                      Sis. Vera Wonkpah
  8. Children Ministry                             Sis. Oretha Entsuah

 

2012 District Report to Annual Conference