Nigeria is home to many worship centres, a testament to the fact that the populace are very religious.
Despite churches being planted in nooks and crannies of the country, there are those who have the largest members due to probably how long they have existed, their spiritual leader or unexplainable reasons
Legit.ng highlights 5 of the top biggest churches in Nigeria as far as the year 2021 is concerned, including their capacities and where they are located.
1. The Hand of God Auditorium
With five-fingers shaped cylindrical structures which carries at least 20,000 worshippers, the Hand of God Auditorium is the biggest church in Nigeria at the moment, though nearing completion.
It has a capacity of 120,000, according to validinfo. The ministry which has Pastor David Ibiyeomie as its senior pastor is located in Port-Harcourt, Nigeria.
2. Glory Sanctuary Dome
Glory Sanctuary Dome with a capacity of 100, 000 is the second biggest church in Nigeria. The magnificent structure is owned by Dunamis International Gospel Centre which has Dr Paul Enenche as its senior pastor.
The Dome is located in the city of Abuja.
3. Faith Tabernacle
Faith Tabernacle of the Living Faith Church popularly referred to as Winners Chapel comes in third. It was recognised on January 24, 2008 by the Guinness Book of Records as the largest church auditorium in the world.
The church which is located in Ota, Ogun state is headed by Bishop David O. Oyedepo.
4. International Gospel Center
International Gospel Centre located in Warri, Delta state has a capacity of 35,000. The structure is owned by the World Of Life Bible Church which is led by Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor. It sure comes in fourth place on the list.
5. Deeper Life Bible Church Auditorium
Located at Ipaja-Ayobo area of Lagos State, the Deeper Life Bible church auditorium with a capacity of 30,000 comes last on this list.
The auditorium is home to Deeper Life Bible church which is headed by Pastor W.F Kumuyi.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported about the top 5 most beautiful churches in the country.
The list had the National church of Nigeria atop. The structure is made in the Neo-Gothic style with expansive copper roofs. Its wonderful design fascinates with its beauty. At the top level of the high square tower, it is equipped with a small bell tower, which includes five bells of a tubular shape.
To the right of the altar, there is a huge organ and a place for the choir. Magnificent stained-glass windows, made in a combination of yellow, green and red, adorn lancet windows.