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Immanuel Society, East Airport

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Immanuel Methodist Society

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Matthew 1:23
Members of the Immanuel Methodist Society describe the branch as the ‘warmest church in sub-Saharan Africa’ and are ready to extend it to the world without hesitation. Born out of the womb of the Calvary Methodist Church – Adabraka, in the Accra North Circuit of the Methodist Church Ghana, the Immanuel Society started as a Bible Study Class for Calvary Methodist worshippers residing around the Airport residential and the East Legon areas in Accra. With the active involvement and guidance of some of the class members, including but not limited to Mr & Mrs Ackom-Mensah, Mr & Mrs Abbey Sam, Prof. K.E de Graft-Johnson and Dr Amos Ofori-Quaah, the group held its first Sunday Morning Service in the classroom at Association International School on January 21, 1997, without an organ which was attended by 75 members, including children. Faced with challenges of movement and ‘ejection threats’, the members who had then moved to worship at the Englebert School in the Airport residential area sought for, and by the good grace of God got a new and permanent site in the Regimanuel-Gray Estates off the Spintex road, East Airport, with immense assistance from Mrs Regina Botchwey and Mr Emmanuel Botchwey. A foundation stone laying service was held on Sunday, June 1, 2002, at the new site in an uncompleted church hall. With the church hall half complete, the anxious members held their first service exactly 11 years ago today, on Sunday October 24, 2002. The rest has become a wondrous story.

As a society of The Methodist Church Ghana

We believe there is One God, who is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

Very Rev. Dr. Jacob W. French

Very Rev. Dr. Jacob W. French

Superintendent Minister

Christ brought us together through his death on the cross. The Cross got us to embrace, and that was the end of the hostility. Christ came and preached peace to you outsiders and peace to us insiders. He treated us as equals, and so made us equals. Through him we both share the same Spirit and have equal access to the Father.

That’s plain enough, isn’t it? You’re no longer wandering exiles. This kingdom of faith is now your home country. You’re no longer strangers or outsiders. You belong here, with as much right to the name Christian as anyone. God is building a home. He’s using us all—irrespective of how we got here—in what he is building. He used the apostles and prophets for the foundation. Now he’s using you, fitting you in brick by brick, stone by stone, with Christ Jesus as the cornerstone that holds all the parts together. We see it taking shape day after day—a holy temple built by God, all of us built into it, a temple in which God is quite at home.
Ephesians 2:16-22,