Assemblies of God is a Pentecostal denomination that has been serving the people of Great Britain since 1924. We aim to serve the people of Great Britain through our network of over 500 local churches. These churches may vary in style and size, but all are committed to connecting people to Jesus through a variety of ministries. Many have comprehensive children's, youth and young adults' ministries as well as teaching, training and community ministries. As a movement, we want to "Give every man, woman and child the opportunity of understanding the gospel and to provide a church where they can grow in ministry for the glory of God."
Assemblies of God Great Britain
Rev. Glyn Barrett
National Ministry Centre
Retford Road, Mattersey
Doncaster, DN10 5HD
England, UNITED KINGDOM
There are approximately 200 churches along with an equal number of house churches located throughout the villages and cities of Greece. There are currently 90 pastors, with ministries including radio programs, short term missionaries, and ministry among refugees. All the above churches belong to the Greek Synod (AoG), Foursquare Church, Church of Prophesy, or are independent.
Pastor Ilias Xatzetheleriou
Greek Synod of Pentecostal Church
Rev. Paul Thangiah
All India Superintendent
General Council of the Assemblies of God of India
c/o Full Gospel AG Church
189, 6th Main Rd,
The Assemblies of God in Ivory Coast has been growing since 1958 through two foreign missions organizations: the Assemblies of God in France (since 1958) and the Assemblies of God of United States (since 1962). The church celebrated its 50th anniversary August 13 – 16, 2009. There are 800 churches, with 750 pastors and more than 1,000,000 adherents. The three main focuses of the church are: Evangelization; Formation (or Training); Mission.
There are approximately 100 students attending the two campuses of the Theological and Pastoral Institute. Pastors receiving training on these have come from several countries such as Côte d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Tchad, Congo Brazza, Congo Kinshasa, Gabon, Togo, Benin, Senegal, Ghana, Centrafrique, Londres.
The Assemblies of God in Ivory Coast has sent 12 missionaries to several countries: France, the United States, England, Italy, Guinea, Niger, and Senegal.
Rev. Dr. Honoré Daplex Ouenchist
Eglise Evangélique des Assemblées de Dieu de Côte d’Ivoire
26 B.P. 18 Sikense
The Japan Assemblies of God was established in 1949 and currently has 223 churches and 12,146 members. Japan is now facing an aging society and low birthrate. The Christian population is 1% and we are seeking and expecting the outpouring of the Holy Spirit that brings revival and transformation.
Rev. Kiyoshi Tsuchiya
Japan Assemblies of God
3-15-20 Komagome, Toshimaku
The Liberia Assemblies of God has approximately 400 churches, 75,000 adherents and 300 trained pastors. The church currently operates four active ministerial training institutions: one Bible college and three Bible institutes. The fourth Bible institute is currently undergoing renovation after being damaged by the civil war.
This church was founded by American and Canadian Pentecostal missionaries who first arrived in Liberia on Christmas day 1908, just two years after the Azusa Street revival in Los Angeles, USA. They were the first to take the gospel into the hinterlands of Liberia. After six years of their evangelism and church planting efforts in Southeastern Liberia, the Assemblies of God organization was established in the USA in 1914. Recognizing the commonality of belief and practice, the churches planted in Liberia were annexed to the Assemblies of God. The Liberia Assemblies of God is the largest Pentecostal group in Liberia, a country of 3.5 million people.
Currently the church has one home missionary couple. The couple has planted one church with five preaching points among the unreached people in northern Liberia.
Rev. Dr. Abenda Tamba
Liberia Assemblies of God, Inc.
PO Box 1297
Monrovia, Liberia firstname.lastname@example.org
The first church was established in 1912. Around the year of 1922, the Pentecostal group was formed in Vilnius, the capital city, which became the basis for the Evangelical Faith Christian Church of Vilnius established in 1928. In 1991, freedom came to the country. In 1992, missionaries came. They now have 20 churches, 10 mission points. In 1995, with the help of AG, Vilnius Theological College was established. Two hundred ten people have completed Bible school education. They are blessed with young and well educated pastors.
In Lithuania there are three Teen Challenge rehab centers, one re-entry center, and one prevention center for youth and children. Also, there are two day care centers for children with problems. A campground for camps, retreats and conferences, is under construction with the help of AG resources and teams. The campground is open for summer camps, which already blessed hundreds of kids and youth, and families.
Three missionary couples and one single missionary are serving in Lithuania. They pray that God sends revival. Their emphasis is prayer. Lithuania is a 90% Catholic country. Their wish is that cooperation continues among the fellowship.
Union of Pentecostal Churches of Lithuania is associated member of World Assemblies of God Fellowship, member of Pentecostal European fellowship and International Assemblies of Christians of Evangelical Faith.
Rimantas Kupstys became bishop (superintendent) in 1998.
Bishop Rimantas Kupstys
Union of Pentecostal Churches of Lithuania
P. O. Box 2448
Vilnius, 51 LT-09017