Pastor Nathan is the founding Pastor of Ghana Calvary Methodist Church, located at 844 Sanford Avenue in Irvington New Jersey. He is a prolific preacher who loves to divide the word of God with passion and enthusiasm. A dynamic leader who brings challenging and captivating vision to his congregation, always encouraging them to strive for the best, for God still has more in store for His children. Rev. Addo-Nartey is such an anointed man of God who seeks to draw hungry and lost souls to Christ Jesus for their salvation, through his preaching and counseling, believing that no one is beyond salvation.
Beginning with a handful of dedicated men and women seeking for God’s direction for their lives, Pastor Nathan led in the founding of Ghana Calvary Methodist Church in October of 2007. By the first anniversary, in November 2008 the church could boast of not less than 150 full members.
Under his dynamic visionary leadership, Ghana Calvary Methodist Church is now serving its community with new & used clothes and non-perishable food items to the Irvington Neighborhood Center for the distribution to the disadvantaged in the community. The church is planning to undertake a project in Ghana to help rebuild village schools and supply them with school materials.
Pastor Addo-Nartey believes that “You plus God are the majority” and that no true believer is ever alone or lonely. He also believes that “Standing in the Power of God’s might” we can fulfill the purpose God has for our lives.
Rev. Nathan Addo-Nartey is an ordained elder of the Methodist Church. Born and raised in the south-western part of Ghana in the harbor-city called Takoradi. He received his call into the ministry in 1990, and received his Bachelor of Divinity, BD (M.Div in US).
Rev. Addo-Nartey and his wife Rebecca are blessed with two adorable children, Aliyah and Josiah.
In 2003 Pastor Nathan obtained a degree in Master in Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary, in New Jersey. Whiles studying, he also pastored Ghana Emmanuel Methodist Church, Newark NJ.