I am New – I am Here, What Now?



Hello and welcome to our church website, it’s always a real joy for us to meet and have new members in our church family. Here you will find useful information about our believe. Our mission is leading people in a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Please join our church and start a new life.

Whatever that next step is, it’s time to take a bold step of faith out of your comfort zone and discover what God has for you. We believe that you can’t go with God and stay where you are.

 Email: info@pcgnewengland.org

 Call:  +508-373-2080


General Information

Variety … that’s what you’ll find when you visit our congregations. Inspiring worship experience. But one thing you should expect in every Presbyterian Church of Ghana congregation is a personal, uplifting worship experience. Our services are geared for participation. We typically worship as we live, with enthusiasm.

Faith Common Questions

Q. What is the structure for Presbyterian Church of Ghana?

A. PCG is primarily fueled by its congregations but governed in sections or areas. Thus, from bottom to top, we have the various congregations governed by the Agent (minster-in-charge) and the Session (elders/presbyters), then the District made of congregations within a local area governed by District minister and Standing committee with certain presbyters, the Presbytery made of Districts in a localized area.The General Assembly Council led by the moderator of that council manages the affairs of all Presbyteries, Districts and Congregations.

Q. What time is your service?

A. Most of our congregation have only one service every Sunday. However, there are others that have two services. One morning service and one forenoon service for the most part. The morning service it typically English speaking and the forenoon the Akan dialect. For specific worship times visit congregations or preaching points.

Q. What happens when you meet for worship?

A. We sing hymns and psalms, we read from the Old and New Testament, we pray, we have a 30-45 minute sermon, and our morning service is followed by a time of fellowship and a bible study.

Q. Do you offer anything for children?

A. We are a congregation made up largely of young families.  We welcome children and encourage parents that we believe it is important for children to be part of the worship service.  We do have children service arena where children participate in their own services guided by Sunday School Teachers.

Q. What is the gospel? 

A. The gospel is the good news message that announces what the Lord Jesus Christ has done to save sinners.  In brief the message is this: that the eternal Son of God took on flesh, was born of the virgin Mary, and given the name Jesus.  He – that is Jesus – lived in perfect obedience to God’s commandments and died on the cross bearing the full penalty for the sins of His people.  On the third day He rose from the dead, and He is now seated at the right hand of the Father where He intercedes on behalf of those for whom He came.
You may read more about this gospel message in the Gospel of John, which you will find in the New Testament portion of the Bible.
The offer of salvation is free and therefore extended to all without exception. Jesus said, “All that the Father gives me shall come to me; and him that comes to me I will in no wise cast out (Jn 6:37).” “Come unto me, all you that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest (Mat. 11:28).” “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and you shall be saved, and your house (Acts 16:31).”


Should I be Baptized?

Baptism is important, because it is a public declaration that we have accepted Jesus and are turning our back on the old life of sin and are now trusting Jesus to live a new life as a Christian. When we are placed under the water and raised back out of it, we are symbolically stating that we have died to sin, that our old life of sin has been buried, and that we have been raised to new life in Jesus—just as He died for our sins, was buried, and was raised to life again (see Romans 6:3-5).

What do I do when I Get There?

(1) Be faithful to attend and participate.

(2) Commit yourself to love the Lord and your brethren.

(3) Pray for your church and its pastor and leaders.

(4) Help shoulder the load of responsibility.

(5) Get to know your spiritual leaders and cooperate with them.

(6) Apply the teaching and ministry to your life.

(7) Seek out and use your gifts.

(8) Contribute to solutions and not to problems.


  • But, as the Tanakh says, “No eye has seen, no ear has heard and no one’s heart has imagined all the things that God has prepared for those who love him.”
    --1 Corinthians 2:9 (CBJ)

    Augustine Yeboah Jnr.
    Augustine Yeboah Jnr.


Our mission is to uphold the Centrality of the Word of God and through the enablement of the Holy Spirit, pursue a holistic ministry so as to bring all of creation to glorify God;

1. Mobilizing the entire Church for prayer
2. Improving growth through evangelism and nurture
3. Attaining Self- Sufficiency through effective resource mobilization


We’re so glad you’ve decided to visit us! You’ll find a list of commonly asked questions. Please don’t hesitate to send us a message or give us a call at (508) 373-2080

How do I get there?

You can find detailed schedule information and directions below.

Where should I park?

If you’re attending the PCG Mount Zion Congregation, park at the back of the cathedral as there are plenty of parking or just see our parking team to direct you to the closest available parking spot. Visiting PCG Trinity in Leominster, parking is available right in front of the church. Visiting one of Preaching points, free parking is also available.

What should I wear?

Our church has a “come as you are” atmosphere. You will see some dressed up; some dressed casual. We have no expectations for attire. However, we do appeal to visitors and members to be dressed appropriately.


If you’re interested in getting connected at our church or involved in the life of the church, Starting Point is your first step.

During our time together, you’ll meet some of the Session members or Interim Management Committee members (IMC) in that particular congregation or preaching point to learn how to get involved, and understand key truths of the Christian faith, and history about the Presbyterian Church of Ghana. This session is designed to be a conversational environment where you discover more about our church and our mission as a church. Starting Point is held Saturdays at 11:00 am and it includes a free breakfast in most places.

How do I get involved?

There are many ways to get involved. Here are five of them:
1) Come to a worship service on every Sunday and/or Friday’s Half-nights.
2) Look into joining a Group, and get to know some great people.
3) Come to Wednesday evening Service hosted by the Bible Study and Prayer Group to be uplifted with payer and bible study.
4) Find a Serve opportunity, Here, Near or Far.