Winners Chapel Ghana envisages realising a future of established structures and established people who have caught on to the vision of WCG and are ready to run with it because they have been developed by the ministry and strongly identify with it.

With the vision to take the word to the world, the church have embark on planting branches across the city and the country at large to bring the word to the doorstep of all.




Winners Chapel Ghana, Koforidua branch started when Pastor Gyeke Darko who was sent to come and open a branch at Koforidua arrived on Wednesday the 6th of October,2004  and immediately started service at his residence on the 10th of October with his wife, three sons, a daughter and Pastor Augustine Boateng. (5 males and 2 females)

On the following Sunday, Service moved from the pastors residence to the Koforidua Legion Hall (a social center) and 2 females and 1 male were added. Service at Legion hall was not all rosy as our services did crush with mourners of their dead for the use of the hall. We managed to worship at the hall for almost a year and by the time we were moving from the Legion hall, we moved with 9 males and 6 females to the new and which is still the church’s current place of worship.  Because the place was deserted for a long time, even the structure for an office was rotten. The church reconstructed the office and also constructed a new 3 complete water closets and a stand pipe so as to make the place habitable and conducive for use as church.

Many people were added to the church and before Pastor Darko left in 2007 there were 45 members to worship.  Currently as at December 2013, the Church membership had grown to 221 made up of 78 males, 93 females and 50 children. 

Apart from the initial items which Pastor Darko brought to start the church, the church has managed to purchase items to enhance the comfort, environment and good sound to aid in quality praise and worship of our God. Even as a result of the numerous power outages the church bought a generator so as to have uninterrupted service at all times. The church is also progressing steadily in building a strong family.

Currently, the church is making arrangements to acquire our own land and hope in the future to build our own place of worship and open another branch in Koforidua.

In the year 2008, under the leadership of Pastor Nkansah Ababio, the Church opened a fellowship at Adukrom which was then officially inaugurated by the Bishop as a branch under Koforidua in 2014.


CONTACT: +233 24 394 5592

LOCATION: Leeward St. Nana Owuo Ave. Nana Fijaiba Rd. Fijai, Takoradi


WCG – Takoradi is a continuation of former WINNERS into what is known today as WINNERS CHAPEL GHANA (WCG).

It began as a fellowship in Sept 2002 at Raybow hotel which then metamorphosed into a church two months later with 15 membership by Pastor Presley Glory.

We began our first church meeting in Sekondi, and later moved to Takoradi township to a place called AMANFUL in 2003.

In April 2006, a property was bought at Kwesimintsim from LIFE AFRICA FOUNDATION and the building modified into a church as it is today.

WCG have been privileged to be pastored by seasoned Men of God like former Deputy General Overseer Rev. Maxwell Tweneboah-Kodua,  Rev. Dr.  Charles Asante Bempon (Accra Missions Director), Rev. Richard Daniels (Senior Pastor), Pst Ralph Amengo, Pst Nana Nkansa Ababio, Pst Glory Presley and currently the leading Pastor is Abraham Tetteh Annang. 

We have been privileged by God to seat an average attendance of 334 (2012), 302 (2013) and now by the special grace of God with new spirit and wind blowing, in January 2014, we had an average of 345.

Currently, we run two services on Sundays. First service is English only from 7am-8:45am and second Service from 9am-10:45am.

We also have Restoration Night every Monday from 6pm-7:30pm (Fasting/Prayers) and mid week Divine Dispensing/Communion Service on Wednesdays from 6pm-7-45pm.



Brief history:
Its all started with the family of the present resident pastor at Asukwao - Akosombo in his residence,with other seven {7} members. Namely, Philip Newton, Joseph Dokloh, Amos Asiamah, Lena Asiamah, Alfred Obasi, Seth Ayim and Kofi Darko.

After the Divine Trouble Three {3} of the members moved to the other side.Namely. Amos Asiamah, Lena Asiamah and Alfred Obasi.

Actually the divine trouble could not affect the Akosombo Branch because the pastor -in-charge left without notice, and everyone knows he's to attend a meeting  in Accra. Normal church service was on until the news broke out.

With God all things are possible.During that very moment we have been asked to vacate our first location at Asukwao in Akosombo. For God being faithful who wants his work to go on, offered us another new site at Mataheko in Akosombo as our new and current permanent location.

The Lord has done a lot for us in this years that all the souls God has given to us were protected and preserved.

Winners Chapel Ghana-Amakom Kumasi.

LOCATION: Honesty Society Building, Amakom Traffic Light near Former Baso Club.

RESIDENT PASTOR: Pastor Emmanuel Teye Baanor-Newman


Winners Chapel Ghana –Amakom Kumasi started as a Branch from Winners Chapel Ghana- Pankrono Kumasi Branch.

The Branch Started with prayer meetings on Monday’s evenings with the following Brethen; Peter Gaglozu, George Ansah, Sylvanus Wilson, Elvis Donkor, Maame Serwah.

The Church has Officially been inaugurated by Pastor Emmanuel Teye Baanor-Newman as the Resident pastor on SUNDAY  20th Feb.2011 with 38 people in attendance.

Sunday church started from nowhere and with nothing. It all began at the Hall of a House at Sodonor – Abesim on Tuesday 15th September, 2002 at about 6pm. It was an evening service.

We started with two families, the family of the Senior Pastor, Tony Mensah Williams and the family of the Associate Pastor, Isaac Gyeke-Darko. A seven-member congregation sitting on the floor including the Senior Pastor.

God raised the church to about 357 membership under on year. The pictures show some of the foundation members cutting the one year anniversary cake.

From right to left is Sir Allotey, Mr. Boamah, Mama Grace with hand lifted, Sister Amabea, Bro Rapheal from Commercial Bank, Mrs. Boamah, Mrs. Darko, Mrs. Williams, Pastor Williams passing a message to Dr. Opoku a renowned Gynecologist in Sunyani, Pastor Darko, Mrs. Opoku and late Mr. Afari popularly known as CPP.

Today WCG – Sunyani branch can boast of her own land with construction on going.

These are some of the members after a covenant naming ceremony at Sodonor Opp. Catholic Secretariat.

We have much to say but let me drop pen by saying the 10 years has not been easy, but god will still prove Himself Strong.



Winner’s chapel Ghana Tamale is currently located adjacent Bawa Villa, Vittin-Tamale with a current membership of 100.
The Church was started by a number of Pastors who respectively were transferred to make way for other men of God. The names include Pastor Bright Owusu, Pastor Charles Asante Bempong, Pastor Joseph Glory and Pastor Tony Williams.

Winners’ Chapel Ghana, Tamale has seven Elders on board who oversees the day to day and administration of the church. These Elders are also heads of service groups such as Ushers, Choir, Sanitation, Evangelism team, and the Prayer Force. 

The Tamale church is structured to hold mid-week services on Wednesdays which is our Victory and Communion night, Fridays is our non-denominational Healing and Prophetic night dubbed Peniel Hour which attracts hundreds of outsiders who gather at the church hall to seek the face of God. This has also promoted church growth.

Our Sundays Services have improved dramatically due to the impact and the depth of teachings of the word of God. 

The church to the glory of God  has also recorded lots of profound testimonies such as 14years of Joblessness destroyed, the Barren taken in seed, Business turn around, delivered from fire outbreaks, just to mention a few. We are known as a Fire brand church in the north and we believe in the Word of God and Prayer.  

The church is currently headed by Pastor Francis Wigglesworth Atigah the resident pastor. The church to the glory of God  has also recorded lots of profound testimonies such as 14years of Joblessness destroyed, the Barren taken in seed, Business turn around, delivered from fire outbreaks, just to mention a few. We are known as a Fire brand church in the north and we believe in the Word of God and Prayer.



The Ho Branch of the Winners Chapel Ghana Worldwide has a deep history having witnessed all the transformations of the Commission.

During the climax of the ‘Divine Troubles’ in 2004 and the closure of the church by the Police, nine members of the congregation being loyal to the vision and leadership of the General Overseer, Bishop George Adjeman travelled to Avenor in Accra and participated in the first ever church service of WCG. These Foundation Members with few additions moved to a nearby facility, Cotopaxi Limited and started fellowship there. Later, the premises of former Supreme Furnishers now Stanbic Bank was secured for our use. There the church took root and grew tremendously.

Leadership at the time made effort to buy a land of our own but were met with litigation. In the melee, a Council member at the time, Dr. Mrs. Joan Awunyo-Akaba donated a strategically located parcel of land to the Church. With enthusiasm, the whole congregation moved to the new site on a Sunday in August 2008 and started construction work in earnest.

Indeed, the Ho church has undergone turbulent crises at different times but has prevailed. Also, the dilapidated state of the Main Auditorium over a long period of time has attracted many derogatory comments either out of sympathy or for mockery. However, with sheer determination and commitment of the congregation who knew the value of the Word-based teachings of the Commission, the church stood the test of the times.

Fortunately, after the Bishop’s first ever visit to the church in September, 2012, he made good his promise and released funds for rebuilding the church auditorium which is now an eye- catching edifice among all auditoriums in town.

Of a truth, reflecting on where we came from, the turbulent storms which periodically rocked the church even to near-collapse and where the Good Lord has brought us now in increased numbers and glory, we can only say this is the doing of the Lord. May His name be praised forever.

Notable God’s Generals who had superintended the church include Pastors Emmanuel Chama, Gershon Treve, Togbe Richard Daniels, Ralph Amerigoh, Elder Harry Dei and Pastor Jeff Mordecai Gawugah.


The history of the establishment of Winners Chapel Ghana, Amasaman branch spans from February, 2009 to date. It covers the following-Members, land acquisition, membership growth, various activities and the completion of the current church building among others.

Since its inception as a city branch of Avenor Winners Chapel Ghana

5 years ago, the branch is found in a multi – religions settlement. The community is Muslim dominated settlement comprising Hausas from the Northern part of the country, a few Akans and Ewes who come from the Ashanti and Volta regions respectively and Gas from the Greater Accra region.

The need to establish city branches as declared by the Bishop and the desire to ease movement of church members from long distances to Avenor necessitated the establishment of the WCG, Amasaman branch.

The Winners family around this settlement comprising of Medie, Satellite town, Sarpeiman, Toman, Abehenease, Pokuase, Amasaman, Ofankor Barrier, Asofan and its environs decided to come together to start the branch in a school located at Amasaman called the Shining Star School of which the proprietor, Auntie Bernita was also a member of the Winners family. Notable were Ps. Guggisberg Amegashie as the Pastor – In – Charge, Bro. Isaac Gyan, Sis. Joyce  and Sis. Edna, Assibey Kwakye (Ps.) and wife later, a second group of members also joined.

They were Mrs. Avemegah, Bro. John Davor and Sis. Happy Davor, Bright Dogbey (late) and Ruby Dogbey (Mrs.), Dr. Ben Sabi, Mr. Mensah, Opanin Yaw Anim amongst others.



The church began on Saturday 6th June 2008, at the residence of Mr. Akoto in Nii Boi town, a suburb of Accra with a ground-breaking and inaugural ceremony led by Ps. Joseph Baffoe and Mr. Eric Adamaley.

The first members at the inception of the branch are:

  1. Ps. Joseph Baffoe
  2. Mr. Eric Adameley
  3. Madam Mary Kpetey
  4. Mr. & Mrs. Akoto
  5. Madam Magdalene Laryea
  6. Mr. Geoffrey Adu Ansah

Through consistent hard work and the grace of our Lord Jesus, the branch experienced a rapid growth within a short period. Besides, a 3-Day Crusade was held behind Mr. Akoto’s residence from 13th to 15th August 2008, which resulted in additions to the church.

The strength of the church as at 17th August, 2008 was 86 (counting 24 men, 30 women and 23 children). Pastor J. Baffoe was transferred in September 2008.

A new pastor in the name of Pastor Peter Okore took charge of the branch in October 2008 and continued till December 2008 after which he was transferred and Pastor Emmanuel Teye Baanor took over in January, 2009.

Under the tenure of Pastor Emma, the branch experienced stability and had two weddings to the glory of God. His leadership led to the rental of the first floor in a one storey building opposite Kum Hotel, near Lapaz new market. The church relocated from Nii Boi town to the new premises in December 2009 and has since been operating from there.

Pastor Laughter Adom Larbi was then transferred to the branch in February 2010 and pastored until October 2011. He established an administrative structure with clear communication lines and engineered the welfare system.

Pastor Jeff took over and pastored until January 2013. The wedding ceremony of one of the youths was held on Saturday, 1st September 2012.

Pastor Shine Geoffrey A. Ansah, who was an Elder since the inception of the branch, became the head pastor in February 2013. Under his leadership, the branch successfully hosted Bishop G. Adjeman, for the first time, on Sunday 10th March 2013. In addition, a three-day crusade on the theme “Soul Winning” was successfully held on the market park from 18th to 20th September 2013.

Presently, a spiritual revival is expected in the branch and as part of the measures to achieve this, three days fasting and prayer on the last days of every month and an all night on the last Friday of same month has been instituted.



The Atomic City Branch of Winners Chapel Ghana was formed from the then District 17 of the Satellite Fellowship. Members ware drawn from residents of Atomic Energy Commission, Dome, Kwabenya, Dome pillar 2, Ashongman Estate, Haatso, Taifa, Tantra Hill and its environs. The total members who started the church was 20 adults and 13 children.

The first church service was held on 22nd February 2009, in one of the classroom of Atomic D.A School, under Pastor George Enti, the Resident Pastor. He had been the supervising Pastor for district 17 for several years. Mr. Basil Tona, who was the then District Chief was appointed the Presiding Elder and became assistant to pastor George Enti.

In 2010 due to the increase in number the church moved from the classroom to the premises of Ghana Atomic Energy Commission Clinic. The branch which started with 18 people has since grown to 150 members.

The church has over the year organized reach out programs in its surrounding to spread the gospel and win souls for Christ.

During its anniversary occasions, the church always donates medical items to patients at the clinic as well as to the G.A.E.C Clinic by way of evangelism.

Pastor George Enti has since 2013 been transferred to Dansoman branch. Pastor Basile Tona was ordained and appointed to take over the headship of the branch from May 2013.



In 2006, some members of WCG, Avenor proposed the idea of starting a branch at Kasoa due to the distance and transportation challenges. This did not receive a positive response from leadership. However, in 2007 leadership reconsidered its decision and initiated the establishment of the Kasoa City Assembly.

The satellite fellowship leaders were mandated to facilitate the initial activities for the takeoff. A place was identified and Bro. Gilbert Tattah and Mrs. Nortey handled the negotiations leading to renting a classroom at the Odupon Kpehe D.C. Primary School, for a four year period.


The months of August and September 2007 were used to prepare for the take-off. A weekly prayer meeting was held at 4:30pm each Sunday at the premises by members living in Kasoa.

The last Sunday which was 30th September was used for the inaugural service. The service was conducted by Pastor Emmanuel Chamah at 4:30pm. It was an exciting experience even though candles had to be used. Towards the end of the service there were fifty people at the service made up of members and some invited guests.

The inaugural service marked the official start of the Kasoa City Assembly and Pastor J. K. Appenteng was introduced as the Pastor in charge. He quickly put in place a team to see to the affairs of the congregation. These were Pastor Boateng, Bro. Kwabena Mensah, Michael Ampe Kofi, Miss Nancy Naogbewornu.

A welfare committee headed by Bro. Atta Wenedie, Mrs. Philomena Tsibo, Mad. Lydia Korley and Jomo Nartey was also put in place to handle the welfare needs of members.


Various evangelistic activities were carried out and as a result the church membership began to grow steadily. In due course it became necessary to get a bigger place for worship. S bigger place was secured on the same compound. The required renovation works were done and the church moved into the new place. The old place was given to the Children’s Department for their services.



“The Lord gave the Word; Great was the company of those who proclaimed it; “Psalm 68:11"

Glory and honor be to our Lord for the revelation and insight given to the Leader and Overseer of this Great Commission of ours. In time past, majority of our membership had been venerating at Avenor, where the main auditorium is being located under the tutelage of Bishop George Adjeman, the General Overseer of our beloved commission. However, it became observably important and farsighted under the leading and guidance of the Holy Spirit, point in time for the church to send the Word to the World in the fulfillment of the commission’s Vision and Mission. In line with this philosophy, leadership of the branch at that time, in closed collaboration with other hardworking individuals, responsively secured a facility found to be suitable for religious activities or worship center. God, as proclaimed in His Word “I will build my church and gate of hell….” the branch progressively and consistently experienced tremendous growth, financially and numerically, over the four years of its existence.


After several painstaking initiatives, in a bid to securing a facility per our estimate, convenient, comfortable and more importantly, suitable for church services, leaders at the time managed to secure the present place of worship. The facility which is now serves as a synagogue, was initially an opened-air kind of a structure used for several purposes in the past.  The single logistic supply to run fully-fledged city branch was 100 pieces of old-fashioned plastic chairs from Avenor branch. As time rolled on, members in closed partnership with leadership incessantly ensure that any items essential for the smooth running of the branch were provided.

Currently, the facility which is rented under a coherent and stringent tenancy agreement for period of 9 years is completely roofed, furnished and appropriately being put to judicious use. With a huge unflinching financial support by the Members, the Headquarters in closed collaboration with management, purchased the roofing sheets, timber boards, galvanized pipes and other related building materials that was required to put the facility into a suitable and convenient place of worship.

On Sunday, the 17th day of January 2010, the branch experienced its first congregational service which was held and conducted under the guidance and leading of Pastor Emmanuel Chama, the Accra Regional Pastor of WCG at the time. Special spiritual exercises were performed to dedicate the center into the hands of the God as well as exorcising any superfluous spirit(s) that might hold dominion over the place. During this inaugural service which was characterized by clapping, singing and dancing the center was sanctified and declared “Mountain of Change” and the brethren deeply expressed their heartfelt gratitude unto God for His faithfulness and loving tenderness more importantly, when members remembered how far He has brought them to their present place of worship.

As a result of no musical instruments and an organized choir, the entire congregation, to the hilt, metamorphosed into a mass choir and clapped and sang to His glory.


CONTACT:  +233 24 322 9255

LOCATION: Between Star Oil Filling Station and Julikart Supermarket,
Name of Branch and Precise Location
Winners Chapel Ghana, Mallam City Branch (Christ Family Assembly),
Between Star Oil Filling Station and Julikart Supermarket,
Mallam, Accra.

Brief History of the Church
In March 2008, Pastor Frank Adipa was commissioned by Bishop George Adjeman to pioneer WCG's missionary outpost or branch at Mallam. On April 6, 2008, the official inaugural service was held with a handful of dedicated people numbering over 20.

The ministry’s place of worship, in its early days, was under a canopy erected at the courtyard of the home of a member, Commander Cephas Agbelie, now a pastor of the ministry. To the glory of God, services were never disrupted by rains or any harsh weather conditions. Among other things, Pastor Adipa would lead the flock to speak to the elements of the heavens and command them not to disrupt any of the services. The experience, indeed, was one of faith.

In 2009, the church settled in a rented facility, House of Glory, in Mallam to accommodate the growing flock. Membership soared from 80 people to over 180.

Under the pastoral leadership of Pastor Richard Daniels and Pastor Guggisberg Amegashie, the church further experienced tremendous growth in size and structure.

Over the years of its existence, God has raised a vibrant church of over two hundred and seventy members, within a six-year period. Some of the fruit of this missionary enterprise are today pastors in the church and in other Ministries.

Today, membership of WCG Mallam includes many from all walks of life. The Ministry has grown into a respectable and spiritual place of encounter with God, not to mention the several community programmes it has undertaken since its inception.

This, undoubtedly, is proof of the grace of God and the leadership of His servant, Bishop George Adjeman, and the faithful pastors, associates and members that God brought, and continues to raise, to serve in the ministry.


CONTACT:  +233 24 470 2431

LOCATION: Martin Sowah's Rd, Teshie - Accra


Unless the Lord builds the house, they labour in vain who builds it, unless the Lord guards the city, the watchman stays awake in vain. Psalm 127:1

The place of worship for the church can be likened to a wilderness when we had our first church service on Sunday April 11, 2010. The service ground was a thick concrete on a parcel of land. Our first church service attracted a membership of thirty-two in attendance. Canopies were erected to provide shade for members to enjoy their worship of God.

The message preached on the first day of service was titled Maintaining Rest and was preached by Pastor Emmanuel Chammah.  From a humble beginning, today we can say that the Lord has indeed built his own church. The enthusiasm and zeal of members as well as the leadership was and is still enormous. Members provided free rechargeable lamps for evening services since we had no electricity. Others provided their own restrooms for members to use since we had no such facilities available.