The London Ghana Seventh-Day Adventist church is
a member of the
South England Conference of the Seventh-day
Adventist Church. The vision of the London Ghana Seventh-Day
Adventist church is to “grow, maintain a spirit-filled
multicultural church, and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all people as empowered
by the Holy Spirit."
Being Ghanaians and Adventists in a multicultural environment challenges us to be
a collective witness to the growing Ghanaian migrant community as well as the wider
UK society with a vision to actively work for the soon coming of Jesus Christ. Our
are of the belief that this vision finds meaningful expression in Ghanaian
values of caring for one another, and a deep sense of collective responsibility,
also known as the
We invite you to experience God's grace through worship, fellowship and bible study;
and to share our faith and witness as a Ghanaian and Adventist community living
in the UK.
Adventists, we acknowledge the Bible as our only creed and uphold some fundamental
beliefs to be the teaching of the Holy Scriptures. The fundamental beliefs listed
below constitute our church's understanding and expression of the teaching of Scripture.
Click on each link below to find out more about our Core Beliefs.
Proverbs 29:18 says that
people perish where there is no vision. This shows the importance of
a godly vision and an understanding of what God wants us to do for
His name. It is often said that the most pathetic person in the world
is someone who has sight, but has no vision. Therefore, there is definitely no lack
of vision in the London Ghana Seventh day Adventist church. As a flock of our Lord
Jesus Christ, our greatest vision is to “grow, maintain a spirit-filled multicultural
church, and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all people as empowered by the Holy
on this vision, the pastoral team had a special brainstorming session to explore
ideas on how we as a church could achieve the vision of growing, maintaining, and
sharing the gospel of Christ. Out of that meeting, the team studied the ideas, sort
through them, and created a list of vision objectives for the
next 5 years. Below is a list of the goals and main objectives that came
out of that meeting.
others for Christ
Objective: To develop a strong public awareness and evangelistic
Objective: To make the church
known positively within the (Ghanaian & Plaistow) communities
Objective: To promote friendship evangelism in the Church.
Objective: To reclaim inactive
Objective: To provide seminars
of interest to the community.
Objective: To utilize our
church building (hall) for growth.
God through commitment to Joyful Worship
Objective: To improve the worship service
of our church.
Objective: To encourage spiritual growth
and commitment to Christ
personal Bible Studies.
Objective: To promote spiritual growth and
commitment to Christ
personal Prayer programmes.
Each Other In Ministry
Objective: To involve all
Elders in church activities
Objective: To inspire the church with a mission and vision.
Objective: To redesign the Sabbath programme.
: To uphold the
principles of total stewardship (Time management etc).
Our Children And Youth For Service
Objective: To develop and support our children.
Objective: To develop and
support our youth.
Objective: To encourage
our children to enrol at John Loughborough School.
the Fellowship Of The Church
Objective: Promote the fellowship and community in our
Being called by God in a unique situation in this part of UK, the mission of the
London Ghana Seventh-day Adventist Church is to:
Reach out and
share the gospel of Jesus Christ to Ghanaians, British, other ethnic communities,
inviting everyone into a dynamic relationship with a loving God.
Celebrating God through joyful worship.
Be a model Christian
community in sharing our talents and resources in spreading the Good News of salvation.
Strengthening the fellowship and caring for one another.
Nurture our children,
youth, as well as adult members through our programs of Seventh-day Adventist education.
Share the richness of the Ghanaian cultural heritage to the wider UK community.