Built in 1960/61 this was the first Church Building in Ikageng and one that was erected by the initiatives of the black community. Its was, and still is, a symbol of moral, social and spiritual unity in Ikageng.
Unlike the other churches, it didn’t receive any financial support from the white community or European countries. Mr Siba Sebakwane designed the floor plan and structure and it was built by the members of the congregation.
The church was also in the 1970 and late 1980 a meeting place for the struggle and the church boasts four murals painted by the designer of the church, Mr Siba Sebakwane.