|Location||Lagos State, Nigeria|
|Owner||The Apostolic Church Nigeria|
|Inaugurated||4 December 2011|
|Opened||19 November 2011|
|Public transit access||Ikorodu|
In 1969, the annual Lagos, Western and Northern Areas (LAWNA) Convention which was usually held in Ebute Metta was moved to Orishigun, a town in Ketu due to rapid rate of increasing converts. In 1970, the Convention was moved to the present location in Olorunda-Ketu and 1976 annual Conventions started holding place in what is now known as the Old Convention Hall.
In 1979, the first LAWNA Territorial Chairman, late Pastor S. G. Adegboyega laid the foundation of what was to be the National Temple. In 1994, late Pastor Samuel Jemigbon made rapid progress in the construction of the structure in his tenure as third LAWNA Territorial Chairman.
The National Temple was completed on 19 November 2011 under the pastorship of Pastor Gabriel Olutola who described it as "the House built with prayers" and "a symbol of the church's unification."  It has a capacity of 10,000 seats.
- "National Temple Overview". Archived from the original on 6 January 2013. Retrieved 12 July 2015.
- Inemesit Udodiong, 11 things that are never going to change about this denomination, pulse.ng, Nigeria, August 14, 2017
- "World's Largest Temple Completed in Lagos State, Nigeria". NaijaGist. 6 December 2011. Retrieved 12 July 2015.
- Sunday Oguntola , We’re repositioning at 100, says Apostolic Church, thenationonlineng.net, Nigeria, August 3, 2018
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