New Testament Church of God is a body of believers, where "love is growing" and impacting lives through Christ-centered mission and ministry. We are committed to growth – in numbers, in spiritual and personal development, in governance and in our impact on society.
New Testament Church of God was founded in England in 1953.
Today the Church has over 130 branches and missions in most of the major cities of England and Wales, representing the diversity of cultures in the UK.
The Spirit of the Lord is upon me because He anointed me to preach the Gospel to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to set free those who are oppressed, to proclaim the favourable year of the Lord.”Luke 4:18, 19.
Tribute to Revd Dr. Oliver Lyseight
We celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Revd Dr Oliver, A. Lyseight on the 11th December 2019.
This great man led the formal establishment of the New Testament Church of God in June 1955 and became the National Overseer for Britain, by the State Board of the Church in the USA.
In addition to fulfilling his ministry, gospel preaching, across the country Dr Oliver Lyseight went on to be the founding father of the Afro West Indian Council of Churches and a prominent voice in the Ecumenism in the wider church movement.
The NTCG received a wonderful gift from God in the form of a faithful, diligent servant leader and we honour his achievements by giving God thanks for his life and accomplishments, which has now become his legacy.
To find out much more about Revd Dr Oliver Augustus Lyseight and his many achievements, please click here.
What We Do
The Church continues to support and provide a range of activities including: ministry to youth, women, men, prison ministry, leadership training and development and more. Preaching the Gospel of Jesus, evangelising the nations and making disciples of Jesus is the core of our ministry and we are firmly committed to remain true to our Pentecostal heritage.