Samoa Assemblies of God consists of American Samoa (U. S. Territory) and Samoa (Independent). American Samoa has 66,628 residents and independent Samoa has 188,540 residents. Samoa consists of two districts, one for each of the Samoas.
The Assemblies of God is the largest Pentecostal church as well as the fastest growing church in Samoa.
World Samoa Assemblies of God fellowship has over 300 churches in Samoa, American Samoa, New Zealand, Australia, and the United States mainland as well as Hawaii and Alaska.
Samoa began its missionary sending program in February 2010. Our vision is to send missionaries to other island countries and other parts of the world as the Lord leads.
The Assemblies of God in Samoa has three Bible colleges, 102 pastors and 18,000 adherents.
Rev. Joe Amosa
Assemblies of God in Samoa
P. O. Box 7013
Having 90 churches, 21 preaching points, 56 pastors, and 10,000 adherents, Senegal Assemblies of God has an executive committee and numerous ministry departments. These departments include ministry to youth, women, and children, with more than 17,000 children in Bible clubs and Sunday schools. Evangelism and Bible training are a priority, with West Africa Advanced School of Theology (WAAST) providing advanced training for pastors and lay leaders. Institut Biblique et Théologique du Senegal (IBTS) is Senegal’s Bible College. Senegal Assemblies of God has nine private Christian elementary schools and one secondary school, including a school for the deaf.
Pastor Waly Sarr has served as president of Senegal Assemblies of God since July 17, 2015.
Rev. Waly Sarr
Senegal Assemblies of God
B. P. 12212, Dakar
The “Christ Evangelical Church” (Hristova Jevandjeoska Crkva) is a Pentecostal church in Serbia.
Our goals are:
To reach the next generation with the gospel.
To be bridge builders in a broken society.
To raise up new leaders and to plant new churches.
The ethnic backgrounds of our churches are Serbian, Hungarian, Slovakian, and Gypsy.
We have an open working policy toward other Pentecostal and evangelical churches in the country. Our ministries cooperate with each other. We focus on reaching children and young people for Christ. We organize camps, clubs, and youth conferences for them. In 2011 we started a Pentecostal Bible school.
The executive body of the Christ Evangelical Church is a presbytery which consists of a president, a secretary, and elders.
Rev. Viktor Sabo
Hristova Jevandjeoska Crkva
Christ Evangelical Church
Ivana Zajca 17
The first independent church was established in 1932. The Assemblies of God became a movement in 1948, but was not recognized by the state until 1977 because of the communistic regime. By the grace of the Lord we now have freedom to preach the gospel, and the movement now includes 40 pastors, 30 churches, 20 preaching points, and 5,000 believers. We are thankful for the youth that are being reached through Book of Hope, with prevention programs in the schools, and through concerts and various evangelistic crusades.
We have a great challenge to reach gypsies in our country. We have two gypsy churches with two gypsy pastors. Teen Challenge programs also exist in the country. We are now the leading movement among evangelicals in Slovakia. Half of our churches do not own their own buildings, but still we want to influence our nation and other nations. We now have one missionary couple, and each year several short term mission trips are made to Slovenia, Serbia, Romania, Ukraine, and other countries.
We are reaching 200 orphanages in the country with more than 30,000 boxes of gifts. With God’s help, our vision is to establish 40 new churches in each city over 10,000 inhabitants through our church planting movement.
Bishop Ján Liba
Apostolic Churches of Slovakia
040 11 Kosice, SLOVAKIA
Spain has 225 churches in addition to some 80 mission points (new churches being planted from a mother church), with over 20,000 adherents and approximately 400 credentialed ministers. The national church has grown recently due to immigration during the last six years. The Bible school has its own facility near Córdoba, with 35 students, and close to 40 students registered for the next school year. There are over 30 extension Bible schools with 800 students from all over Spain. The Bible school continues to grow in curriculum and in enrollment.
Spain currently has 8 missionaries serving in Peru, Bolivia, Romania and other countries. The national church has four pillars on which they focus their efforts among the local churches: evangelism, church planting, missions, and ministerial formation.
The Assemblies of God in Spain looks forward to continued growth and opportunities to spread the gospel.
Juan Carlos Escobar has served as an evangelist for several years in various countries, and has pastored for more than 22 years. Currently he is pastoring a growing church in Madrid called Celebracion Cristiana. He was elected superintendent in February, 2004.
Rev. Juan Carlos Escobar
Federación Asambleas de Dios de España
Swaziland International Ministries Assemblies of God includes an estimated 10,000 adherents in 56 local churches, and eight preaching points/new church plants. The country is divided into four regions.
Due to the HIV/AIDS pandemic, the church in Swaziland has established a Compassion Ministry providing Hope Centers all over the country at local church sites. International Ministries AG sends out short term missions teams and tent making missionaries.
Rev. Samuel Dlamini
International Ministries – Assemblies of God
P. O. Box 2207
Switzerland has four big rivers, four big reformers and four languages. “Schweizersiche Pfingstmission” SPM (AG Switzerland) was founded in 1936. They have 67 churches with 10,000 church members. A new emphasis is on church planting. The spiritual climate in Switzerland is changing rapidly into a post Christian culture.
The SPM churches today are led by a threefold spiritual vision: the vision to see spirit filled pastor; spirit led church life; and spirit empowered evangelism and mission. SPM desires a national revival.
As a mission movement SPM is involved in seven main mission fields on three continents. On top of this the churches have missions activities in over 50 countries.
The Assemblies of God in Togo has 1,035 churches; 720 pastors; 194,000 members; and an additional 18,995 adherents.
There are two Bible training schools for pastors, one training center for evangelists, and one training school for workers who are not full time. Four missionaries are working outside the country, in Senegal, Niger, Chad, and Equatorial Guinea.
Pastor Mitré Djakouti has been the General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God Church in Togo since 1987.
Rev. Mitré Djakouti
Togo Assemblies of God
B. P. 2527
There are over 1,510 Pentecostal churches around Ukraine with 104,000 members. More than 1,300 pastors supported by 1,600 deacons serve in the congregations.
Social ministry of Pentecostal churches is very developed: local churches run 42 rehabilitation centers, 16 orphanages, 4 elderly people homes and ministry in 58 prisons. There are over 38,500 children involved in Sunday schools, where over 3,520 teachers serve them.
Media ministry provides over 20 radio programs, 11 TV programs, 34 newspapers and 2 magazines.
Our intention is to work even more in external mission and social programs. The Youth Ministry department provides an annual youth congress with over 7,000 participants, developing their callings and gifts to spread Good News to the end of the Earth.
The Union is an active member of The Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious organizations, an institution that has the highest level of authority and trust among institutions in the Ukrainian community.
Ukraine is a missionary country. We sent over 300 missionaries, mostly to Russia, Bulgaria, Poland, etc.
Mykhailo Panochko was elected for the Senior Bishop’s 0ffice on May 21, 1998.
The General Council of the Assemblies of God includes more than 3 million adherents in over 12,800 churches in the United States. The General Council provides ministerial credentials to nearly 37,000 pastors and ministry leaders, including more than 2,800 missionaries in 255 countries, territories and provinces of the world. We exist to evangelize the lost, worship God, disciple believers, and demonstrate God’s love through compassion.
Doug Clay was elected to serve as the general superintendent of the Assemblies of God in August of 2017. Prior to his present position, Clay served the Assemblies of God as its general treasurer for 9 years. He also served as district superintendent, pastor, youth pastor, and youth director at the national and district levels.
Clay has a passionate love for the local church; he is a church health enthusiast and he effectively equips leaders to grow in their calling. Clay is the author of Ordered Steps and Dreaming in 3D.
The General Council of the Assemblies of God
1445 N. Boonville Ave.
Springfield, MO 65802