April 20th – 22nd, 2018
Minister Pato Banton is joining forces with The Urantia Book Readership in Accra, Ghana and across Africa for a beautiful international spiritual gathering—a visionary conference of fraternal fellowship with live musical performances, refreshments and dinner for everyone in attendance.
This event will be sponsored by Urantia Association International and is open to anyone who can make it to this event.
The conference will be held at:
Africa Regent Hotel
237-238 Airport West Rd Cantonments
If you would like to travel to Accra Ghana and join us on this amazing adventure to Africa, please contact Antoinette Hall at [email protected] for information on flight costs, hotel fees and visa requirements.
Or Contact Antoinette Rootsdawtah Hall or Kwadjo Spiri
What You Need to Know
April 20th ~ Meet & Greet in the Hotel Lobby Area 5pm-9pm
April 21st ~ 11am Registration & Conference from 12noon-7pm
April 22nd ~ Fellowship and Evening Study Session 5pm til 9pm
(Additional programming information to be added later)
The event is for free for all visitors but you need to register yourself for the event. The first 50 people to sign up get their meal covered. If you are later than that, please purchase the meal plan. Register here
If you would like to travel to Accra Ghana and join us on this amazing adventure to Africa, please contact Antoinette Hall at [email protected] for information on flight costs, hotel fees and visa requirements. For more information on the conference please contact Kwadjo Spiri or Antoinette Rootsdawtah Hall.
Transportation from the airport to the hotel will be provided for free by the hotel shuttle service.
Africa Regent Hotel
237-238 Airport West Rd Cantonments,
Accra, Ghana Tel: +233 244 344 524
Reception and Reservations:
If you have a preference for your roommates please let us know in advance when you register! Africa Regent Hotel is a Family-friendly hotel with full-service spa and free breakfast.
This family-friendly Accra hotel is located near the airport, within 2 mi (3 km) of Accra Mall and Wild Gecko Handicrafts. A&C Mall and University of Ghana are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Along with a full-service spa, this hotel has a restaurant and an outdoor pool. Free WiFi in public areas, free self parking, and a free airport shuttle are also provided. Additionally, a fitness center, a bar/lounge, and a poolside bar are onsite.
All 109 individually decorated rooms provide free WiFi, free wired Internet, and memory foam beds. LCD TVs with satellite channels and DVD players provide a bit of entertainment, and guests will also appreciate thoughtful touches like pillow menus and slippers.
If you need help with hotel reservations Please contact Antoinette Hall at [email protected] for information on the lowest flight costs, hotel fees and visa requirements.
The current hotel Prices are about $170.00 but we are able to get the rooms for $140.00. To register your Conference Package with or without lodging, you have to use Event Brite.
You can register your Conference Package without lodging here
Let us know if you want to share a room when you register. Please note if you have not reserved a room with the hotel, or us we cannot guarantee you will have a room at the hotel during the event!
Event is for free for those who can make it to the event. However the first 50 people to sign up get their meal covered. If you are later than that, please purchase this a meal plan. Contact Antoinette Hall for more information. Thank you!
Yellow Fever. Travelers above 9 months old coming into or leaving Ghana from countries with risk of Yellow Fever transmission are required to have been vaccinated against Yellow Fever at least 10 days before, and if already vaccinated, the duration of vaccination status of not more than ten years before entering Ghana. This also applies to all travelers leaving Ghana.
Requirements: Required for arriving travelers from all countries if traveler are over 9 months of age. This country considers the certificate of Yellow Fever vaccination to be valid for life. (Updated October 5, 2015)
Malaria. The recommendations for malaria prevention include estimates of malaria risk to foreign travelers. These estimates are based on numbers of malaria cases reported by U.S. travelers and the estimated volume of travel to these countries. In some instances, the risk may be low because the actual intensity of transmission is low in that country. In other instances, malaria transmission may occur only in small focal areas of the country where foreign travelers seldom go. Thus, even though the risk for the average traveler to that country may be low, the risk for the rare traveler going to the areas with higher transmission intensity will be higher. For some countries rarely visited by foreign travelers, insufficient information exists to make a risk estimate. Information about malaria species present in each country is based on the best available data from multiple sources.
Areas with Malaria: All. Estimated relative risk of malaria for foreign travelers: High. Drug resistance 4: Chloroquine. Malaria species: P. falciparum 90%, P. ovale 5%–10%, P. vivax rare.
Recommended chemoprophylaxis: Atovaquone-proguanil, doxycycline, or mefloquine.