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Be Not Afraid – Easter Celebration at RCCG House of Praise, Camberwell, London – Fri, 30th March & Sun, 1st April 1st 2018




Join us this Friday, 30th March 2018 (7PM) & Sunday, April 1st (9AM & 12NOON) at:

RCCG House of Praise, Camberwell
254-270, Camberwell Road, corner of Medlar Street,
London, SE5 ODP

Tel: +44207 2774312


Buses: Bus Stop – Medlar Street – 12, 35, 40, 42, 45, 68, 148, 171, 176, 468

Underground: Elephant & Castle

Overground: Denmark Hill


RCCG Goshen Church LP 23 Lekki 20th Anniversary > 21st January 2018. Ministering: Pastor E.A. Adeboye

RCCG Goshen Church LP 23 Lekki celebrates 20th Anniversary & Dedication of the Remodelled Church Building


Date: 21st January 2018

Theme: The Set time is come

Time: 8.00 AM (Nigerian time)

Venue: RCCG Goshen Church, Read more

VIDEO: 2017 Prophecies by Pastor E.A. Adeboye

VIDEO: 2017 Prophecies by Pastor E.A. Adeboye
General Overseer, The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG)

2017 Prophecies by Pastor E.A. Adeboye

By Pastor E.A. Adeboye
General Overseer, The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG)

1. 2017 will be a year of surprises both for the oppressed and the oppressor;
2. The downward plunge will slow down, stop and reversal will begin
3. Those who deliberately making life for the common man will be relocated

1. Prophecies for the soul winners will be fulfilled almost as soon they are hear them
2. For prophets both true and false, it will be a year of surprises
3. There will be quite a large number of weddings

1. There will be surprises in many world governments
2. There are certain things that will be coming in twos; monster earthquakes and monster floods, monster hurricanes and typhoons, monster tornadoes and monster fire outbreaks

RCCG 62nd Annual Convention. Theme: The Holy Spirit > 4th – 10th August 2014 > PROGRAMME

The Redeemed Christian Church of Christ (RCCG)

62nd Annual Convention. Theme: The Holy Spirit > 4th – 10th August 2014 > PROGRAMME

RCCG 62nd Annual Convention 2014


RCCG Convention 2014 programme

MONDAY, 4TH August 2014

8.30-10.00AM    Ordination of Deacons & Deaconesses

8.30PM 1. House Fellowship Leaders & Workers meet 2. Council Meet



8.30-10.00AM    Ordination of Asst. Pastors

2.30-4.00PM       Children of God meet

4.30 -6.30PM      Special seminars 1-6

8.30PM Welcome Service (Plenary Session 1) Read more

Calvary House Church presents Straight Talk with Men: August 10th, 2014

Date: Sunday, August 10th, 2014

Venue: 2 Agoro Odiyan Street (Monacom building), off Adeola Odekun Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.



Time: 4.00PM

Calvary House Church Presents: A Transforming Experience — Two Days Seeking the Heart of God: 14th & 16th Sept. 2012

Calvary House Church Presents: A Transforming Experience — Two Days Seeking the Heart of God: 14th & 16th Sept. 2012

Friday, 14th September, 2012, 6pm;

The Unspoken Rules: Unveiling the Secrets to Fulfilling Relationships.

Ministering: Pastor Bosun Alabi (Atlanta Georgia, USA);

Sunday 16th September, 2012, 10am;

The Finger of God: Experiencing God’s Supernatural Power.

Ministering: Pastor Funmi Harrison.

Venue: Pinefield School, Christ Avenue, Off Admiralty Road, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.

RCCG, Messiah’s Praise Sanctuary (Youth Church) Project 34:16. » 15th and 17th June 2012

RCCG, Messiah’s Praise Sanctuary (Youth Church) Project 34:16

A Love Weekend @ RCCG, MPS, @ Redemption Camp, KM 46 Lagos Ibadan Expressway.


»Friday, 15 June 2012; 10PM

»Sunday, 17 June 2012; 4PM

Enquiry: 08109000090

VIDEO: RCCG Jubilee Church, Manchester UK -January 29, 2012

Open Heavens Devotional: WRONG MEASURES, FALSE RESULTS – Friday, December 2, 2011

By Pastor E.A. Adeboye

MEMORIZE: “For not he that commendeth himself is approved, but whom the Lord commendeth.” (2 Cor. 10:18).

READ: 2 Corinthians 10:12-18

After Jesus introduced Himself in His letter to the church in Sardis, He said they were reputed for being alive whereas they were dead. Yet, these were a part of the Body of Christ. Is it possible to be dead and not know it? From scriptural evidence, it is possible. The first thing to note here is that the church in Sardis employed wrong yardsticks for determining who was spiritually alive and who was not. Anytime wrong measures are used in assessing performance, the results will always be deceptive. Today, there are church leaders who engage in so much of fanfare to create an impression that they are ‘alive’. Spiritual activity does not necessarily make you alive. There are many who are so full of spiritual activities but they are so canal and close to hell. It is the height of deception to equate activity with spirituality. Some activities feed the flesh but starve the soul. This is why leaders must not plan programmes just for the fun of it, but to achieve spiritual uplift in members. Any church programme that does not add spiritual benefit of the congregation is simply a jamboree. What is the spiritual content of the programmes you are planning? If that choir vigil is all about talking, socializing and laughing, without spiritual content, do not be surprised to hear that some who attended fornicated that night.

The error of the church in Sardis is still with us today. They wanted to be seen to belong. When you want to belong, your focus shifts from Christ to man. You will do anything just to get the attention or praise of men. Anything you do to impress men rebuffs the Lord. The approval of man does not necessarily mean God has also approved. Who do you really want to impress? Who are you trying to impress by inflating attendance figures and lying about your performance? The church at Sardis met the requirements of men and was rated as a lively church, but the Owner of the church could not find any atom of spiritual life in it. Large churches easily fall into this deception. The size of your church does not make you better than smaller churches. In fact, it is easier to receive greater spiritual life from smaller churches than the ‘happening’ larger churches. What are the parameters for evaluating your performance? Are you God-focused or men-focused?


Ask God for wisdom to not be self-deluded, but that you will see yourself the way God sees you. Go before God in humility and sincerity.

Bible in One year: 2 Chron. 17-19

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