Congregations of the Continuing Church of God

Last updated: July 6, 2021

Does the Continuing Church of God have any congregations?

Yes.

Jesus taught:

20 For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them. (Matthew 18:20)

The Continuing Church of God has dozens of small groups and congregations meeting in His name around the world.  We have thousands of active members worldwide.

The general locations and contacts for the groups and congregations are listed here. Please email the appropriately listed person for times and locations.

Africa

Note: More details on the congregations in Africa can be found through links on the African Congregations‘ page.

Ethiopia

Gambella. Contact Deacon Koang Deng: koangdeng2018@gmail.com

More information can be found at the Ethiopia Congregation’s page.

Ghana

Here are the congregations in Ghana:

Ashanti, Suame-Kumasi. the Headquarters
Atwima Koforidua
Tepa
Achina
Duase lake
Dadiease
Asenua
Adumasa

For more details, go to the Ghana Congregations’ page and/or contact Pastor Samuel Ofosu Gyeabour fosusamuel81@gmail.com

Kenya

We have the most congregations in Kenya. Here is a list of 26 of them:

NDHIWA
MBANI
ORIANG
KISEKE
NYAKACH
LOWER NYAKCH
KISII EBEREGE
KISII SENGERA
KISII NYABIORE
RONGO
OYUGIS
MIGORI   A
MIGORI   B
MBITA
CHILANI
MOTOSIET
TAKITECH
KABOLECHO
OSOTUA
KURIA KIHANCHA
SINDO
KEWET
NKOBEN
CHISOEN
BOMET

There are also some supporters in Nairobi.

For more details, contact Pastor Evans Ochieng, email evochieng74@gmail.com

Here are congregations in Rift Valley/Mau:

Nyasembe
Osotua
Kewet
Goben

For more details, contact Elder Joseah Kipngetich, email joseahts@gmail.com

Links to photos and other information can be found at the Kenya Congregations’ page.

In total we have over 3,000 congregants in Kenya.

Malawi

Migawi, Malawi, Radson Mulozowa email radsonmulozowa@gmail.com
Sunudzi , Malawi
Paloni, Malawi

I. Chiringa John nkhuleme 54
2. Liwonde. Rojasi sambandele. 39
3. Chileka. John muhunya. 164
4. Mulanje. Paul jekete. 59
5. Sunuzi. Louis wahela. 83
6. Njenjete. Luka likhuva. 129
7. Mwanza. John. Machemba 165
8. Bowoko. James Longford. 92
9. Salima. Yohane chiomba. 86
10. Tulonkhondo. Andrew kaliwo. 154
11. Kachingwe. Paul khacha. 85
12. Migowi. Moses chiphangwi 75
13. Phaloni. John makwera. 70
14. Willie. Paul limited. 90
15 muluwese. Juwaki labson. 56

More information can be found at the Malawi Congregations’ page.

Mozambique

1. Nasiyaya. Wyson Jackson. 184
2. Nagaga. Deacon rabson. 73
3. Miseu 4. Frank chikometsa 82
4. Domasi. Maxwell macheso. 69
5. Nakhombe. 102
6.milanje. Ezack villa. 112
7. Mkwamba Moses Thupilonse 147
8. Muguliwa stephani shoti 135
9 .mukhulumba Steven nyalapa 105
10. Ngalawa James faduweck 100
11. Muluwese. Juwaki ALifonso 56
12. Mikanyela 205 this congregation was once under seventh day Adventist church before joining ccog and it is being host Moses Thupilonse of Mkwamba

The CCOG leader for Mozambique is Jasten Gemusses Sitima (grandfather’s name is Mphinji). His email address is mpjasten@gmail.com

More information can be found at the Mozambique Congregations’ page.

Nigeria

Contact Evans Ochieng, email evochieng74@gmail.com

South Sudan

Pagak. Contact Koang Deng koangdeng5@gmail.com

Some information can be found at the South Sudan Congregation’s page.

Tanzania

Utegi, Randa, Yunita, and more. There are at least three congregations in Tanzania. Contact Martin Wanga, email matinwanga@gmail. You can also contact Evans Ochieng, email evochieng74@gmail.com

More information can be found in the Tanzania Congregation’s page.

Uganda

Contact Evans Ochieng, email evochieng74@gmail.com

Zambia

KITWE

Contact Radson Mulozowa, email radsonmulozowa@gmail.com

Asia/South Pacific

Australia

Although we have several scattered supporters in Australia, they all live so far apart that we do not yet have a group or congregation there.

New Zealand

North Island, Takanini. Contact via email continuingcog@xtra.co.nz

South Island: While there are a couple of supporters in the South Island, there is not a congregation there. For more information, contact via email continuingcog@xtra.co.nz

India

Contact Aleksandar Veljic, email aveljic@protonmail.com

Philippines

Surigao, Mindanao. Contact Jose Lumpay, email joecags_lumpay@yahoo.com

Europe

While the Continuing Church of God has supporters in Europe (such as in the British Isles and the Netherlands), currently the only congregation is in Serbia. However, we also have Skype services out of the UK–which serves English-speakers in many parts of the world.

Serbia, Uzice. Contact Aleksandar Veljic, email aveljic@protonmail.com

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Lisburn. Jaison Curtis, Skype host.

North America & Caribbean

USA

California, Grover Beach. Contact Bob Thiel, email cogwriter@aol.com

Kansas, Wichita. Contact J. Galloway, email juana_1113@hotmail.com

Michigan, Attica. Contact Steve Dupuie, email steve.dupuie@yahoo.com

Minnesota, Duluth. Contact Terry Nelson, email vitalogydoc@gmail.com

Texas, Bandera. Contact Louis Rubin, email l53rubin@gmail.com

Canada

New Brunswick, Harvey Station. Contact Herb Haddon, email hwhaddon@gmail.com

Haiti

L’Asile, Nippes, Contact Nicolas Moise, email nicolasmoise348@gmail.com

Scattered Brethren

In the Continuing Church of God, we have scattered brethren throughout the USA and Canada, as well as in the Caribbean (like Trinidad & Tobago), South Asia, North Africa, South Africa, South America, and elsewhere. We have supporters on all the inhabited continents of the earth as well as dozens of US states.

In time, we expect to have more congregations in more places, as we keep getting growth in membership every year. So, if there is no group or congregation in your area, do not give up–hang in there, faithfully of course, and perhaps in time, we will have a group/congregation near you. Maybe even one you might help form!

Jesus taught, “For many are called, but few are chosen” (Matthew 22:14). Do not be one called who gives up because there is no group geographically close to you.

The Bible teaches:

4 Delight yourself also in the Lord, And He shall give you the desires of your heart. 5 Commit your way to the Lord, Trust also in Him, And He shall bring it to pass. 6 He shall bring forth your righteousness as the light, And your justice as the noonday. 7 Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him (Psalm 37:4-7)

Sometimes Christians have to wait and trust God to establish congregations near them. It decades for that to happen in the old Radio Church of God.

Remember, Jesus promised Philadelphian Christians that they would be “pillars” in the Temple of God (Revelation 3:12). Therefore in this age, sometimes being a foundational part of a new group, or standing alone in a separated area, could be part of your training for that reward.

Of course, we should fellowship on the Sabbaths when we can (Hebrews 10:24-25). God’s Holy Days, like the Feast of Tabernacles, are another opportunity for that (cf. Leviticus 23:2; Romans 12:1).

In the Continuing Church of God, we hold the Feast of Tabernacles in multiple places around the world. This festival is a time that God expects those that can to travel (cf. Psalm 42:4); far away if need be (cf. Deuteronomy 14:22-27). For a listing of currently expected sites this year, check out Feast of Tabernacles’ Sites for 2021. This festival also gives Philadelphian Christians an opportunity to fellowship together.

In the 20th century, particularly in the early days of the old Radio Church of God, people often had to wait years for an opportunity to hear sermons or have contact with other like-minded Christians. To better serve our scattered brethren in the 21st century, we put out a weekly email titled Letter to the Brethren. It has a suggested Sabbath service, as well as, when appropriate, Holy Day information–hence sermons are regularly available for our scattered brethren and other interested persons.

Additionally, the weekly Letter has news of what is going on in the Continuing Church of God around the world. If you wish to receive it, simply contact Dr. Bob Thiel, email cogwriter@aol.com

Pray and be patient, and trust that God (Proverbs 3:5-7) will call others that you can fellowship with.

As a pillar, you can be an ambassador for Philadelphian Christianity.

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