Get to know about the Holy Ghost Temple
This is the Holy Ghost Temple of the International Central Gospel Church (I.C.G.C.). We are a Bible – believing Charismatic Church with a commitment to bringing leadership and vision to our generation and influencing our society with the principles of the Kingdom of God.
Our Primary commitment (Acts 1:8 ): To prepare the African to be a blessing to the world, Break the spirit of inferiority, Cultivate a spirit of excellence, and Play our role in God’s end-time agenda.
Our message ( Romans 1:16 ): Salvation from Sin, Acceptance for outcasts, Strength for the weak, Healing for the Body, Liberty for the mind, Freedom for the Oppressed, Hope for the Future, Prosperity for honest labour, Dominion over the flesh, and Abundance of Life in Christ.
Your Part in the Vision (Psalm 68:11): Commit your life to Christ, Live a Christ-Centered life, Serve with your gifts and talents, Pray for the church and its leaders, and Support the Church Financially.
We meet on Sunday morning for our Worship Service. On Tuesday evenings, we meet again for our Teaching Service. Our Prophetic Solution Centre is held on Thursday mornings. Then we meet again on Friday evenings for our Prayer Service. On the first Saturday of every month, we meet early in the morning for our Morning Prayers. We also partake in the Holy Communion of our Lord Jesus Christ on the first Friday of each month. Finally, we bring our First Fruits/Tithes to God on the first Sunday of each month.
Time & Location
Our Sunday Worship Service begins at 9:00am.
Our Tuesday Teaching Service begins at 6:45pm.
Our Thursday Prophetic Solution Centre begins at 10:30am.
Our Friday Prayer Service begins at 6:45pm.
We are located in Adenta Frafraha, in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.
What to expect
Our service may include quiet times of waiting in God’s presence, spiritually savoring the sacred atmosphere.
Other times may be vocal with collective praise as worshippers spontaneously express love and adoration to God.
In everything, a flow of worship should be evident and despite the spontaneity and excitement, a certain properness and order.
Worship styles will reflect the spectrum of personalities. Some are quiet and reserved; some shout with joy; others are simply tender and openly emotional during times of praise or preaching.
No worshipper will feel out of place in our Church, and each expression will blend without disruption into the flow of worship.