Children’s Education Ministry

Our Children’s Education Ministry, Daniel’s Generation, comprises of three age groups- toddler/preschoolers to age 7, preteen ages 8-12, and teenagers class, 13 and up. The overall goal of the department is to nurture in each child the desire to know God in a personal way. Strategies used to achieve this goal include prayers, weekly Sunday school lesson, Tuesday story time for younger children, family movie nights, and annual Back-to-school/summer field trips. Each section of the ministry is administered by adults committed to teaching children. For more information, please contact pastor-in-charge of the ministry, Pastor Mrs. Saingbe@ 203-362-9769

Dominion Chapel Youth

Dominion Chapel Youth group seeks to exemplify the scripture in 1st Peter 2:-“But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood…” The youth are guided in the importance of seed- Whatever we do with our seed will determine our harvest tomorrow. A good seed planted today will grow to bring a harvest of better world. We thus encourage this “next generation” of the church to stand for Christ in their endeavors. Dominion Chapel Youth department is involved in activities such as organizing car wash to help the community, talent shows, etc. We participate in field trips to theme parks, attend social gatherings, and often join the adults in other church evangelism projects. We believe we as youths are part of the great commission, and so welcome all other young people out there to join us! For further questions about the youth department, please contact current president, Joe Rhivbs @ 203 772 9783, or the minister-in-charge, Deaconess Bosede Amoo @ 203-243-5013

Young Adult Ministry

The Young Adult Ministry offers post-high school members of the church an avenue to stay connected to what really matters –living a consistent, godly life even in our ever revolving world. We covet hearing and sharing the unique perspectives of young men and women. This fellowship comprises students, professionals, singles, and married young adults. The ministry is grounded in the hopes and needs that young adults move through life stages and transitions, guided by the purpose, power, precepts, and principles of the Kingdom of God. Our goal is to encourage and empower this generation to use their gifts for the benefit of people and the purposes of God. For more information please contact Tolani Adeboye-Daini –

Godly Women’s Fellowship (GWF)

If you are a woman or man praise the Lord! It is with joy that I welcome you to the midst of the Women of Dominion. The Lord has commissioned us to go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that is written in His Word. And truly the faithfulness of God towards us has been tremendous.

We understand the role of women as ordained helpers at home and in the church. We are constantly mindful of the calling of God upon our lives (God said, “It’s not good for the Man to be alone; I’ll make him a helper, a companion.” Genesis 2:18, Message Bible)

The Godly Women Fellowship thus seeks to build the kingdom of God here on earth, along with our leaders and pastors. We engage in focused projects around the church, in an effort to alleviate financial burden on the pastors. Besides general projects, we provide individual prayer and financial support for members in times of celebrations, or other life occurrences. Meetings are targeted at encouragement in Christian walk, and strengthening the inner man. Our programs include quarterly luncheons, night vigils, and an annual retreat. The quarterly meetings, currently held in homes on voluntary basis, are always filled with laughter, learning, and the joy of the Holy Ghost!

GWF not only reaches in, but we reach out too, to our neighbors and communities. In the past, we have participated in state-wide Walk-for Autism, and in local charity activities, including donating to food banks. Godly Women’s Fellowship is open to all women of marriageable age, irrespective of their status- married, single, divorced, or widowed.

For more information, please contact fellowship president, Sister Emmanuella Olatinwo (@203-583-0889) or our Pastor Mrs. Jumoke Saingbe (@203-362-9769), overseer of the fellowship.

Coming soon…

This is a fellowship of faithful, spirit- filled, purpose-driven men and women who are at least 40 years of age. Members yield themselves to seeing that the vision of God for the church is fulfilled, via:

– Finding avenues to raise fund and resources for church project
– Organizing activities that will moved the church forward
– Assisting & supporting members in time of need.
– Promoting love and harmony among members
– Attending to all other matters that bring about growth of the church

To achieve these goals, members are encouraged to:

– Attend meetings punctually
– Pay monthly dues and other contributions, whenever need arises
– Look out for the interest of one another, in the spirit of brotherly kindness.

Meetings are held quarterly, unless otherwise indicated. For further info or ideas contact fellowship president,Sis Abiola Ojo@203-278-1778 or Elder Gideon Ojo@203-275-7120

The Training and Development Department is in charge of Workers’ in Training Class and other enrichment programs of the church. The purpose of the class centers on Col. 4:12b. The greatest change a man can ever experience is transformation from sinner into saint. Even after the new birth experience, the change process continues as we open ourselves to the LORD, to His Word, and walk daily in obedience. All those that are born again and are not yet workers in RCCG go through this class in order to be familiarized with the church’s basic beliefs. Topics covered include, but are not limited to: the origin of the church, our vision, our fundamental belief, ethic and code of conduct, developing spiritual maturity , how to spend time with God’s word, and discovering your ministry as a Christian. There are many more things you will learn as a Christian that will help you grow and be complete in HIM. The class holds only on Sunday morning from 10:00am to 10:50am. Please join us for the next class.

For more information please contact; Deacon Joe Onyerikwu 203-455-7688 or Sister Flora N Udeokoro. 203-414-7692.

Sunday School Department

The mission of the Sunday School Department is to carry out the great commission by teaching all nations- children, youth and adults the way of the Lord. Our goal is twofold- to teach the word of God to the believer, and to develop a relationship with the unreached people, providing instruction from the Word until they are Christ like disciples. As a result, we all grow together in Christian faith and maturity. We encourage and provide guidance in the study of the word of God, and recommend that believers devote a quality time of fellowship with God daily. We invite you to be part of this spiritually enriching fellowship every Sunday morning from 10.30 am to 11:00am. Our discussions are lively, and all are welcome!

For further inquiries, please contact Deacon Daniel Kalu @203 870 5486,

Technology Support Department

Technology Support Department (TSD), otherwise called Technical Department (TD) is an indispensable and critically important group in today’s church, as it plays a strategic role in church structure and operation. The department ensures proper/functional equipment and coordinates active use of the equipments. Successful functioning of all departments depends on the performance of TSD, so we work hard to ensure that happens. The department’s functions includes but not limited to:

– Regularly carrying out inspections of the instruments/equipments used for the day- to- day running of church services
– Trouble-shooting of all technical problems
– Involvement in planning and execution of modifications and major repairs
– Providing technical input during building/remodeling efforts of the church

The technical department is poised to see to the smooth operation of all equipment used in the conduction of services. We especially welcome willing/skilled adults and youths in the church to display their talents and, so we give them certain responsibilities to aid their growth and commitment to God’s kingdom, just like Daniel in the bible. Any suggestion or contribution to improve the hitch free running of the department and the church are welcome. All correspondences to Bro. Kunle Jacobs @ 203 543 6553 or Deacon. Kayode Atoyebi @ 203 583 1481