The difficulties and inconvenience faced in securing a stable and permanent place of worship led the church to intensify its efforts to acquire land for the building of a befitting temple to the glory of God. While the church pursued private arrangements to acquire a plot, it also worked together with other churches in the Estates under the umbrella of the local council of churches to lobby the Tema Development Corporation (TDC) for the release of land for the purpose.

The prayers were answered and the TDC allocated a parcel of land for five churches in the estates. This parcel of land was later found to be too small for the five congregations. After some appeals to the TDC, they agreed to graciously allocate another parcel of land in another location to supplement. The five churches decided to ballot for these plots. The church by the Grace of God selected the parcel of land where the chapel building currently stands. Acquisition formalities were completed and the right to enter the land was given by the TDC in August 1993.