History

 

The history of Gemeinde aller Nationen – All Nations Christian Church dates back to 2009. Shortly after my Seminary training and ordination as Pastor into the Pentecostal Fellowship of Germany (BFP), the Lord laid it in my heart to plant a Church comprising of European and migrants. This Church should be non ethnic defined and multicultural in nature. She shall be bilingual.

While consulting with spiritual mentors and leaders in the BFP in the persons of Pastor Rob Schroeder, then Regional Leader of BFP Bayern-North and Pastor Dr. Palmer Appiah-Gyan, from the Board of Trustees of BFP,  the news of vacancy in an International Chruch in Münster reached us. Encouraged by Pastor Dr. Palmer to consider pastoring an existing Church, I moved from Ansbach in Southern Germany to Muenster in NRW Sommer 2009 and began to provide pastoral care to the International Gospel Church e.V. Münster in October 2009.  In May 2014, after handing over the leadership of the International Gospel Church to new leaders, my wife and I had the urge to remain in the city of Muenster NRW and start a new work.

Shortly after that, we started ministering to the people as new doors of ministry were being opened to reach out to Germans, new migrants and students in the subburd of Muenster.

On Pentecost Sunday 9th June 2014, we started with House Church. On 1st November 2014, the Church Gemeinde aller Nationen – All Nations Christian Church e.V. was formally founded. On 14th December 2014 we were registered as non-profit organisation by the Magistrate Court.

Finally, the vision the Lord placed in my heart was beginning to materialize at the due time as people of all nations began gathering together to share fellowship. The genetic of the Church is multi-ethnic and bilingual. Our focus remains to be a Church that is non-ethnic defined and boarderless. Our vision is to experience Jesus, uniting nations and transforming lives. We want to engage our self in pursuit of peace and the Truth as revealed in the Bible. We strive to be borderless.