Ministries & Departments
The Sunday School Department was established in the same year the North Kaneshie Assemblies of God was founded. This is in consonance with the Assemblies of God tradition that Sunday School is an inseparable part of the Sunday Church Service. Initial membership was about 40 which was the total membership of the Church.
In the late 1997, the executive presbytery of the Assemblies of God Ghana, led Rev. Dr Harry Insaidoo who was then the Assistant General Superintendent travelled to Singapore and discovered the concept of the carecell.
The couples’ fellowship came into existence when the Senior Pastor saw the need for a fellowship to be organized for only couples to interact, share experience and have moments that they can really have nice times together as couples.
The Assemblies of God, North Kaneshie Men’s Ministry was started in the 1970s with 15 members. Its Auxiliaries includes the Children’s Church and the Royal Rangers.
The Women’s Ministry (WM) of the Assemblies of God, North Kaneshie was formed in 1976 by Sister Noelia Batista, a Brazilian Missionary. She was supported by the late Mrs. Suzie Insaidoo who also became the 1 st President.
The Welfare Committee was formed by Rev. Dr. Harry Insaidoo; on the 21st of August, 1988 where he formally inaugurated the seven-member Welfare Committee. The Pastor is the first line of contact members turn to regarding life changing issues and general welfare matters; he then refers them to the Welfare Committee.
North Kaneshie Assemblies of God is a Missionary Church with a missionary fervor. In 1983 Rev. Dr. Harry Insaidoo and the Church Board established the Missions Board.
Youth & Children’s Ministry
The Youth and Children’s Church was formed in 1972. The late Pastor Paul Fiadzigbe became the first Youth Pastor in 1992. However, with the sharp growth in numbers and divers ages the Children’s Service was reformed in 1995. The Youth Church catered for the older children and Children’s Church for the younger children.
The Sanctuary Choir was formed in the early part of 1994, from a union of two strong singing groups the CA Choir and the Voice in Glorious Praise. These two groups were well managed by Brother Martin Onumah from 1990 until they were merged.
The Audio-Visual department is one of the young units in the church. The development of technology and its consistent application in our daily lives has made it necessary for its use in the church as well.