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WHAT DOES RCCG MEAN?

RCCG is an acronym for The Redeemed Christian Church of God, which is the family of churches that City Of Favour belongs to. What is today The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) started as a group prayer meeting. Pa Josiah Olufemi Akindayomi, the founding Superintendent of RCCG had pioneered the prayer meeting in response to the growing need to worship God in spirit and truth

WHEN DID THE CITY OF FAVOUR START?

The first fellowship of City of Favour was in October 2002.

WHAT TYPE OF CHURCH IS THE CITY OF FAVOUR?

City Of Favour is a full gospel pentecostal church. We are also a registered Charity – 1102245.

HOW DO YOU BECOME A MEMBER OF THE CITY OF FAVOUR?

We do not have a formal membership process. To the CoF family, membership means commitment – us to you and you to us. Our commitment to you is to encourage you to know Jesus Christ and grow in your relationship with Him. We want to minister to every area of your life and we want to encourage you to tap into that which God has purposed for your life so you can live a fulfilling life. On your part, we expect you to be committed to our vision and mission, to be involved in at least one of our various ministries and to demonstrate good financial stewardship by giving financially to support God′s work.

WHERE CAN I PARK?

There is free parking available in and around the church premises.

DO YOU OFFER CHILD CARE FACILITIES DURING CHURCH SERVICES?

City of Favour is runs a separate children’s service which your child can be part off if you choose during the sunday service. Your Child are taken care of by highly trained church volunteers and would get to have an experience of a life time.

WHAT IS APPROPRIATE TO WEAR TO CHURCH?

At City of Favour, we welcome you as you are! People at City of Favour dress in a variety of ways – casual, professional, traditional. If you are comfortable, you are welcome.

IS THE CHURCH PREMISES SECURE ?

There are CCTV cameras are in operation in and around the Church premises which are monitored to ensure the safety of the church and it’s people.