Amoam-Achiase Seventh – Day Adventist church was established on July 7th, 1984 by Ash – Town district of the then Central Ghana Conference of SDA after Evangelistic campaign which was held at Amoam-Achiase Township near Kumasi, the Garden city of West Africa.
During the Evangelistic campaign church doctrines were explained and the prophecies in Daniel and Revelation which has been the difficult part of the bible for Christian to understand were taught with Divine knowledge and audiovisual presentation for the attendants to understand.
At the end of the campaign, 7 souls converted and were baptized but there were many members who converted were not baptized on July 7th, 1984 who started the church. These were the 7 souls who baptized; Francis Boakye Dankwah, Rita Oti ( late), Simon Dwumah, Mad. Boakyewah, Kwaku Duah, Bro. Obeng, Prescott Kwaku Poku ( late).
The church was handed over to Sepe-Buokrom Seventh-Day Adventist Church as the mother church. The under-listed elders from the Sepe-Buokrom Church were entrusted to take care the young church; Elder Alfred Amoakohene and Mr. R. S. Asamoah. The church had its first camp meeting at Tikrom under the care of Sepe Buokrom Church.
The church membership grew from 7 to 33 members in the period of 1984 – 1992. During this period, there a lot of people who were part of the church but were not baptized. In 1992 there was another Evangelistic campaign lead by Elder C. K. Agyapong from Ash – Town church and 40 souls were baptized into the church.
The church was officially organized on 25th October 1992 with 73 baptized members after 8 years by Pastor W. G. Mensah ( President, Central Ghana Conference). During the organization service, these were the officiating ministers, all from the then Central Ghana Conference.
Between 1984-1998 church was worshiping in one of the Amoam-Achiase D/A School Block. By God's grace, the church was able to raise a fund to purchase 4 building plots to build a church house. They moved from the school block to church house on 14th July 1998. The church building was commissioned into the hands of the Lord on 14th July 1998 by Pastor Yeboah Patrick. The total membership of the church was 73 as the time the church was organized. Currently, the church membership is about 171 adults and about 120 youth.
These were the leaders elected to lead the church when the church was organized.