011 395 1442 or WhatsApp 081 257 7767 [email protected]

Important Notice

We are hosting weekly live services. Please register for yourself and your family indicating kids ages as well, by Tuesday of each week by completing the Contact form at the base of the webpage

Please Note the following:

–  Numbers are limited, and you must register to attend (a confirmation message will be sent to you), Please do not just arrive on the day!

– If our numbers limit is reached you will be placed on a waiting list for the following week. 

– Masks must be worn throughout the duration of the service.

– Please bring your own mug for coffee / tea.

– If you register and find out that have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or have any of the following symptoms: Fever, Shortness of Breath, Dry Cough, Runny Nose, Sore Throat, Body Aches, Loss of Smell or Taste, Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhoea, Fatigue, Weakness or Tiredness; then Please do not come to the service, send us a WhatsApp or email so that we can pray for you, and also make your space available to others on the waiting list.

If you are not attending the service at the church, please prioritise watching online at 9am as a witness to the oneness of the body of Christ.

Prayer and Fasting

As a Church we fast and pray every Tuesday to prepare our hearts,
to see what the Lord is saying in this new season, and to remind us
of the hope with in us.
We invite you to do the same.

Pray for our Matrics

Please hold up our matrics in pray as they write exams – Class of 2021.

Prayer and Coffee

Need prayer. The prayer team is available to pray with you. Wednesdays from 14:00 pm-16:00 pm and on Sundays from 10:45 am-12:00 pm

Life Groups

the Life groups for the term starts  on the weekend of 17 October if you would like to join us please send us an email [email protected] or WhatsApp us 081 257 7767

December Service times

 Here is our service times for the month of December.

Royal High Tea

Attention all ladies  we will be having  a royal high tea, please confirm if you would like to attend by sending us a message  on  whatsapp 081 257 7767 or send a email to [email protected]

Honour the Lord

Let’s continue to honour the Lord and remain faithful in our tithes and offerings. Click on the Giving Button for more info.

Submit a prayer request

If you need prayer in any regard. Please let us by clicking to Prayer Request Button. 


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Prayer Points

•Pray for the dismantling of widespread corruption which cripples all levels of society – especially the government and including the church.

 • Pray for an emphasis on discipleship and balanced Bible teaching in the Nigerian church, which continues to experience massive growth but whose teaching is often syncretistic and prosperity – based.

 • Pray for increasingly persecuted Christians in Islamicized northern states to be characterized by supernatural love and forgiveness.


As Africa’s most populous country, Nigeria represents 2.4% of the global population.  Their rich diversity is beautifully represented in 544 people groups. Mangroves and tropical forests in the south, savanna and grasslands in the north, and wetlands along the coast parallel this diversity. Striking differences also exist between the majority Muslim and feudal north and the largely Christian and more developed south. Deep ethnic and religious divisions threaten the nation as a whole.

Constant tensions exist between tribal rivalries – particularly in the north and central states where Muslims and Christians coexist. Since 1999, twelve northern states have partially or fully imposed shari’a law, causing many human rights abuses. In addition, Boko Haram launched an insurgency in 2009, attempting to create an Islamic State. They killed, looted, attacked schools, abducted women and children, and conscripted men and boys into their army. Years of devastating violence left roughly 20,000 dead and displaced millions. Though Boko Haram has lost control of much territory, they remain a grave threat. Militias, a self-serving elite, and political and religious corruption continue to hold the nation back. In addition, nomadic Fulani herdsmen are a rising violent threat, brutally killing many farmers and competing for their land. Though Nigeria is one of the world’s largest oil producers, half the population remains in poverty, with 30% lacking clean water. HIV/AIDS has also left an estimated two million orphans.

Nigeria is home to a large majority of West Africa’s Evangelicals (about 95 million claim Christianity) and Africa’s largest church, seating 50,000 people. The Nigerian Church has sent over 5,000 Christian missionaries throughout the country and overseas. But the nation is largely divided between the predominantly Muslim north and Christian south. Although 51% claim Christianity, believers in the north have suffered decades of persecution, including the destruction of thousands of churches. Even so, Muslims (45% of the population) are being drawn to Jesus, and the Church has experienced substantial growth. Yet, lack of discipleship, second-generation nominalism, syncretism, tribal and denominational divisions, materialism, and immorality all threaten the Body of Christ. The false teachings of the prosperity gospel are also rampant. About 18% of Nigeria’s people groups remain unreached – many of which are being rapidly Islamized.


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