All Nations Church began in the mid-1970s when a small group of Christians in Penarth, South Wales, were baptised in the Holy Spirit. Recognising they needed help and direction, the group got in contact with Arthur Wallis. At that time Arthur was working in Yorkshire with Bryn Jones, and he introduced Bryn’s brother Keri to the group. Ever since then Keri Jones has provided apostolic oversight to what has become All Nations Church.
By the early-1980s the church had grown to around sixty people, and were joined on their pilgrimage by another group from Rudry, just outside Cardiff, who had themselves recently been baptised in the Holy Spirit. After meeting in various schools across Cardiff, the church acquired some land for a building, and in 1991 All Nations Centre opened.
Under Keri’s apostleship the church has continued to grow in numbers and, in line with its name, currently has over thirty nations represented in its membership.
Today, All Nations Church comprises people of all ages from different social and cultural backgrounds.Today, comprises people of all ages from different social and cultural backgrounds. Our gatherings are characterised by vibrant praise and worship, and a passion for the presence of the Holy Spirit. This, alongside powerful, relevant and practical teaching from the Bible, enables us to live effectively in our world and to reach our communities with the love of God.
All Nations Church works closely with other churches around the United Kingdom and the world, as part of Ministries Without Borders.
Together we are committed to seeing the gospel of the kingdom preached to all people groups and to see the Church, throughout the world, come to full maturity.