The Holy Ghost Fire Revival Ministry (HGFRM) e.v is a vibrant, multicultural, all-age church within the heart of Munich.  We are a voluntary and non-profit organisation.  We are passionate about enriching people´s lives with the love of God.

Acording to the Bible:

Surely the Lord God will do nothing, but he revealeth his secrets unto his servants the prophets.“

Amos 3:7

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Our Vision

The church/Verein (HGFRM) was founded by Pastor Joe Boadi  Danquah in 2010. Our beloved Pastor was given a vision to set up a church for healing, and empowering people spiritually and through education. Since its inception 6 years ago, we have already seen transformations in the lives of many of our church members, countless testimonies and miracles from members and non members to the glory of God and  its subsequent positive contribution to our community

Our MIssion

It is the mission of HGFRM to bring the experience of God to the wider community. We would like to take it to those  who are much in need i.e. old people´s homes, children´s homes, hospitals, prisons, ex-prisoners, alcohol and substance users, Homeless, Asylum seekers.

What we believe

1The Holy Bible , and it is inspired, authored and thus represents the authoritative voice and the infallible Word of God, by His Spirit through various supreme divine vessels over time (II Timothy 3:16-17)

2 That the Godhead consists of the three Personed God: The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit (I John 5:7; II Corinthians 13:14; Matthew 28:19).

3 In repentance for all men towards God (Acts 3:19)

4 In justification and regeneration (John 3:3; Romans 3:20-26)

5 In restitution where necessary (Luke 19:8-9)

6 In the baptism of the Holy Spirit with evidence of speaking in tongues; in the gifts of the Holy Spirit and/or the fruit of the Spirit (Acts 2:1-4; Mark 16:17-18; Galatians 5:22-23)

7 In water baptism by immersion (Acts 8:38-39; Matthew 3:11-17; Ephesians 6:3-6

8 In divine healing (Isaiah 53:5)

9 In the second coming of the Messiah, which will be as literal and visible as His first ascension into heaven (Acts 1:9-11; I Thessalonians 4:13-18)

10 In eternal heaven and eternal hell (Revelation 14:1-11; Revelation 21:1-8)

11 That the Lord’s Supper should be observed by all believers in accordance with I Corinthians 11:23-28 and Luke 22:14-20

12 That except where otherwise provided for in Scripture, marriage is binding for life (Matthew 19:9; I Corinthians 7:15)

13 In giving cheerfully and bountifully for the love of God; for the edification of the saints; for the work of the ministry; and for the propagation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ (John 3:16; I John 3:16; Isiaih 9:6)

Our Leadership

Leadership By Example (Matthew 16:27; Ephesians 4:11-13; John 13:3-16; I Timothy 4:12)

At HGFRM, we believe that leadership must transform and motivate for action. Therefore, as role models, leaders should show absolute transparancy at all levels by practising what they preach: Walking the talk, as it were

d) Taking Initiative (Philippians 3:13)

As we live the Word, members are expected to spot or identify opportunities for responsible action. As children of God, we assume life from a perspective of total responsibility. Our action is a product of our faith in Christ.

e) Growth And Development (I Peter 2:2; Ephesians 4:14-15; II Timothy 4:14; I Timothy 1:6):

Spotting opportunities for personal engagement means that members must be involved in various activities to help them skill up in terms of talent management, and also work hard to develop all their God-given potentials.

f) Called To Serve (Matthew 10:40-42; Mark 10:45; John 13:20)

Christian life is one of continuous engagement. We generously serve others in order to reciprocate the simple piety of Jesus Christ. Therefore the virtue of a servant-king as exemplified by Christ is native to every born again Christian. At HGFRM, we teach the chastity of service as an aspect of communion and fellowship with God and man

g) Love And Faithfulness (Galatians 6:10; I John 3:17-18)

Members are expected to show empathy with one another at all times. They should seek opportunities to be good Samaritans by showing love, and pursuing peace with all men; especially with them that are of the house of God.

Service Times

Sundays

11pm-12:00pm (Youth Meetings)

12pm – 1pm (Bible studies & Prayer)

1pm – 4pm (Devotional service)

Wednesdays 

5pm – 6pm (Women’s Prayer meeting)

Fridays  

11am – 12noon (Couselling)

Saturdays

4pm – 6pm (Bible Studies)