“Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit, and there are varieties of ministries, and the same Lord.”

— 1 Corinthians 12:4-5



This ministry involves impacting the lives of children for a personal, vital, and growing relationship with Christ. It involves setting them on the path of everlasting life from a tender age. Our foundational scriptures are Gal 4: 19; Proverbs 22:6 and Matt 19: 14 – But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.
We have a vision to see Christ formed in the lives of the Children by helping the children to grow in faith through the knowledge of God’s love and to become like Jesus in every way. Our main goal is to re-enforce Biblical value systems in the lives of children. Realising that every child needs love, acceptance and recognition, to also make Jesus House Children’s Ministry a place where these feelings can be experienced.


The Youth group consist of teenagers and young adults. The age range is from 12-19 years old. The focus of the youth church is to raise young people who will know God from early years, make Him known to others and impact their generation for God.
We believe that young people can turn this nation to God and preserve the future of the world.As part of their evangelistic mission, a subset of the youth church formed The New Army (TNA), marching for Christ and his church dressed military regalia at different occasions.



Our passion is to encourage, enable and equip women to participate fully in the life of the Church and in society. We aim to promote unity amongst ourselves and those we impact with the love and spirit of God. It is our desire to have deeper fellowship with God and grow in our spiritual walk with the Lord our God as we faithfully serve Him and our community.
Kings daughters encourage its members to live a life that mirror Christ, by prayer, study the words, strengthening of relationships, sharing of experiences, and building up of one another in faith.
Our vision is

  • To foster growth by the challenge of vision and stewardship, by enriching commitment, by receiving the insights of others, and by offering information and resources.
  • To equip women for mission, by deepening understanding, by recognising and linking gifts and needs.
  • To operate in a manner that is flexible, vibrant, transparent, creative and participative.
  • To believe in unity rather than uniformity at all times.
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The King’s Men Fellowship has the following ‘Goals:

  • Support the mission of the RCCG, by praying for leaders and actively participating in the building and expansion of the church.
  • Encourage one another to lead exemplary lives, living the word and teachings of Jesus Christ, challenging & influencing our environment through a lifestyle that proclaims our Lord Jesus Christ.
  • Encourage our members to take the lead in building Christ-centred marriages and families as admonished by the Scriptures and following the traditions and beliefs of the RCCG.
  • Encourage each fellow men to build good relationships following the commandments of Christ.
  • Strive daily, through the help of the Holy Spirit, to lead the spirit-filled lives of our Christian faith and to be men of integrity.
  •  Witness the Christian life and tell others.
Young People Chatting on Break


The A Team consist of our young adult and singles who are focussed on networking, sharing knowledge and life experiences as they prepare for the next phase of their life. They organise breakfast meetings, monthly fellowship and hangout, trips and other fun activities.

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The Vizion is a group of youths in church who come together to discuss and share the word of God, their experiences and life lessons in a practical and exciting manner. Yearly, they host a number of events such as annual theatre productions, summer Youth Ball, Valentine’s Day events, Potlucks and many more hangouts. Majority of the members are students of the University of Aberdeen and the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. The team meets weekly. For more details, please email –

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Intercessors who pray for the Church, members as well as prayers for Church events.



Facilitating and teaching the Bible in different groups like Sunday School, Jesus Life Academy.

Holy Bible on top of fallen autumn leaves


Purposeful team continuously desirous of winning souls for Christ using their diverse God given gifts.

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Team looks after the store, committed to providing rich Godly materials at affordable prices. Online Store

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Team receives and support the community by practically expressing God’s unconditional love to the vulnerable.

Unhappy Man Attending Self Help Therapy Group Meeting In Community Center


Purposeful team continuously desirous of winning souls for Christ using their diverse God given gifts.

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Team uses different media avenue and technology to enrich service, broadcast the gospel and reach the community.

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Focuses on creating a refreshing friendly atmosphere catering to the necessity of the Saints.


Arranging music for events as required and leading in praise and worship during church services.


Ensuring the Church environment is clean, tidy and arranged to maintain an ambience for all to enjoy .

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Assist in providing bus transportation in friendly, warm and clean environment to and from church .

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Ensuring the house of God is welcoming and a conducive place for worship and fellowship of God’s people.


We are always excited to welcome new members into our fold. If you will like to join the family kindly speak to any of the attending ushers after the service.

Alternatively you can come into our Church Office anytime from 9am to 5pm to speak our administrative officers.

We usually organise a session for new members where we give them a short introduction into Life in the Church.