You are welcome to the Hope Congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana. We are a Congregation dedicated to building the total man and changing our community, for the glory and pleasure of God and blessings of humanity. We do this in a contemporary and relevant manner. This purpose makes us a: House Of Purposeful Encounter.
Being a branch of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, this congregation is established on scripture, the power of the Holy Spirit; in the name of Jesus Christ as manifested in the great works of the Basel missionaries, Scottish missionaries, West-Indian missionaries of African descent as well as Indigenous missionaries.
As you visit us, seek to know more about us and allow yourself to be ministered to. We desire, above all, that your visit will bring a continuous improvement in your personal relationship with Christ and we indeed invite you to join the HOPE FAMILY.
We aspire to be a God honoring, Bible believing, Christ Centered, Spirit Filled, Mission Minded, Evangelistic, People Caring Church in a multicultural Community.
We exist to present the never-changing Christ in ever- changing (contemporary and relevant) modes to an ever-changing community/ society.
Our HOPE we cannot measure, our path to life is free, our Saviour has our treasure and we will walk with Him because He knows the way He takes (adapted from a hymn by Anna Laetitia Waring).
Our objectives are;
- Build up members for every work of ministry through Christian Education.
- Reach out to all humanity through Missions and Evangelism.
- Establish members of the congregation, raising their levels of commitment in order to minister to themselves, their families , the church and the community at large through Pastoral Ministry.
Cutting across the structure of society, members come from street vendors to CEO’s all in a well blended Christian fellowship in the context of Hospital for the sinner and a Hotel for the Saint and above all Factory for workers. Today we have over 3000 members on roll, running three services for adult, two for Junior Youth and three for children.