• Welcome to our Church

    Welcome to the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Day Star Sanctuary, Accra. Our church is a House of Prayer and Spirit filled Worship for people of diverse nations and background to meet with God and experience the Holy Spirit within an environment filled with the love of God. We are passionate about impacting our local community and the nations of the world through the gospel of the Kingdom of God according to His divine power and glory. Our ultimate goal is making it to heaven as a people from all nations.
  • Who we are?

    WE are Day Star Sanctuary of our Lord, Jesus Christ. We bring alive the reality of the eloquent goodness of God’s divine presence, the supply of His boundless and extravagant grace that provides us with countless reasons to be thankful as we manifest His exceeding glory and power in our community and across the nations. We are evolving; God is doing a new thing, eyes have not seen, neither has any ear heard nor has it ever been conceived in the heart of men, what wonder and master piece of His own praise, God is making of us. Come join us transform the world for Jesus Christ!
  • Pastoral welcome

    You are welcome to the website of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Day Star Sanctuary, Accra. We are one family of people committed to the followership of the Lord Jesus Christ. We are inspired by the Holy Spirit to vibrant fellowship, extravagant praise and worship. The atmosphere of the church is filled with the love, power and glory of God. We constantly enjoy the presence of God and keep basking in the joy of serving Him. Beyond the divine cover and family fellowship that the church has become for so many, we are inundated with testimonies of transformations that the Truth of the engrafted word of God has brought about in the lives of many families and individuals. Everyone is welcome at Day Star Sanctuary and we look forward to welcoming you.
  • The Foundation

    The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) was founded by Pa Josiah Akindayomi, a native of Ondo State in the Western part of Nigeria. He was born in 1909. He grew up as an idol worshipper but he later converted to Christianity out of a yearning to know “The God who created the earth and everyone on it”. He was baptized in 1927 by the Church Missionary Society (CMS). He joined the Cherubim and Seraphim (C&S) church in 1931 because he was not fulfilled as a Christian in the Anglican Church. He left the Cherubim and Seraphim (C&S) church in 1952 and started a house fellowship called, the Glory of God Fellowship at Willoughby Street, Ebute-Metta, Lagos. Pa Akindayomi, who was an illiterate, one day proclaimed that he got a revelation from God about the renaming of the fellowship to” the Redeemed Christian Church of God”, which is now a household name in many countries. Thus in 1952, the Redeemed Christian Church of God was born. Some of the promises of the Lord to the RCCG are as follows:

    · That He will meet this Church on His return;

    · That this Church will become a model to the whole world;

    · Those other Churches from all over the world would come to learn and worship in this Church.

    Sometime in the early 70s, Pa Akindayomi claimed that God had spoken to him about his successor. He claimed that The Lord told him that this man, who was not a member of the church then, would be a young educated man. Thus when a young university lecturer joined the church in 1973, Papa was able to recognize him in the Spirit as the one that the Lord had spoken about in the past. This man, Enoch Adejare Adeboye who was then a lecturer of Mathematics at the University of Lagos soon became involved in the church. He became one of the interpreters translating Pa Akindayomi’s sermons from Yoruba to English. He was ordained a pastor of the church in 1975. As Papa was preparing to meet his Creator, he sent for Pastor Adeboye and spent several hours sharing with him details of the covenant and the plans of the Lord for the church. Even though a year before this, the Lord had revealed to Pastor Adeboye that he would be Papa’s successor, it was still too difficult for him to fully contemplate such an awesomee responsibility. Pa Josiah Akindayomi was 71 years old when he died. Amidst controversy, Pastor Adeboye’s appointment was formalized by the reading of Pa Akindayomi’s sealed pronouncement after his burial.Since 1981, an open explosion began with the number of parishes growing in leaps and bounds. One of the well-known programs of the church is the Holy Ghost Service, an all-night miracle service that holds on the first Friday of every month at the Redemption Camp at KM. 46, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. The Holy Ghost Service also holds in other parts of the world. The Holy Ghost Congress holds in the second week of December every year at the Redemption Camp. Memorably, Day Star Sanctuary along with other RCCG parishes within the family, was pivotal in facilitating the first ever Holy Ghost Service in Ghana in 2007. He was also central in the organization of the Special Holy Ghost Service “Let the wind blow” held at Ohene Djan Stadium in March 2011 under the auspice of the Ghana Pentecostal Council with the presence of Arch-bishop Duncan Williams, Dr. Mensah Otabil, Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare, Bishop N.A. Tackie-Yarboi, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills, Dr. Robert Ampiah Kwofi, Rev. Titi Ofei, Rev. Eric Kwapong, Apostle Samuel Antwi, Rev. (Dr.) Gideon Kisseh among others .
  • The Mission

    Our global mission and vision statement are as follows:
    To make heaven.
    To take as many people as possible with us.
    To have a member of RCCG in every family of all nations.
    To accomplish No. 1 above, holiness will be our lifesytle
    To accomplish No. 2 and 3 above, will plant churches within five minutes walking distance in every city and town of developing countries and within five minutes driving distance in every city and town of developed countries We will pursue these objectives until every Nation in the world is reached for the Lord Jesus Christ.