Welcome to All Nations Church

How We Began

In November 2007, Joseph and Eunice Asmah obeyed the voice of God to separate themselves from the local church where Joseph had served as the Minister of Worship and Associate Pastor for 10 years. In the words of our own Papa, “It felt like God’s calling unto Abraham to leave his family to an unknown land”. Joseph and Eunice had no idea what God’s new direction of service would be, but they were ready to obey.

On January 27, 2008, a warm sendoff service was held for them by the local church, after which Joseph and Eunice were released to go and fulfill God’s purpose for their lives. After 10 months of waiting on the Lord in prayer, God confirmed through various means his intent for Joseph and Eunice to start a new work in New Jersey.

The first service was held on November 9, 2008 in Joseph and Eunice’s living room with eleven adults in attendance.

Soon thereafter, the Lord began opening many doors, including a place of worship. Rev. John Smith then senior Pastor of Union Baptist Church by the direction of the Lord offered All Nations church, NJ a place of worship. In December of 2008, All Nations Church started worshiping at 350 Sheridan Ave in Kenilworth New Jersey with an afternoon service. ANCNJ continued to worship at Union Baptist for a year.

Pastor Joseph felt a strong urge by the Lord to submit under the Apostolic covering of his mentor and spiritual father, Rev. Dr. Frank Ofosu-Appiah, who happily embraced the vision and has since been a great support to the church. All Nations Church, NJ then became a member of the Living Springs International Ministries. All Nations Church, NJ was officially inaugurated on April 19, 2009.

By the second year at Union Baptist Church, All Nations church had grown and needed more space to expand, especially in the Children’s department.

In January 2010, another door opened at 225 North 8th Street Kenilworth, just around the corner to Union Baptist church. First Baptist Church, then led by Rev Millard Williams offered their church building to All Nations Church, NJ, where the church stayed and worshipped for two years and nine months.

On November 25th 2012, Pastor Joe Asmah prophetically declared that “the church will not celebrate the next Thanksgiving at 225 North 8th Street Kenilworth, and that by Thanksgiving 2013 All Nations Church will have its own place of worship.”

And what a Good God we serve! On November 17, 2013 All Nations Church, NJ had its first Sunday morning service in their own place of worship right here at 412 Linden Ave. And yes, our Thankspiration 2013 was one of a kind!

On May 3rd, 2014 All Nations Church, celebrated five years of Grace and dedicated the new place of worship. Right after the building dedicated, another door of opportunity opened, where the church was offered by the owner of the property at 412 Linden Avenue to purchase the building. After long months of negotiation and paperwork, on August 28th 2015, All Nations Church, NJ became the proud owners of 412 – 426 Linden Avenue Elizabeth NJ. Today, by the Grace of God, All Nations Church, NJ is proud to say, weown and occupy a 30,000 square foot property known as “The Restoration Campus” which is being used for the kingdom of God.

Pastor Joe and First Lady Eunice Asmah, thank you for your obedience and accepting the calling, it is because of your hard work, sacrifice and love that we are all here. Many marriages at the edge of breaking have been restored under your leadership and. Many broken lives have been restored under your leading and direction. You have impacted and poured into countless individuals with your humility, affection for the things of God and great personalities. Many of us are who we are today because of you and we thank God for your lives. May the grace that carried you two through lead All Nations Church, NJ into the next dimension!

Special thank you to Rev. Dr. Frank Ofosu-Appiah and Mama Mary, Rev. John Smith and Rev Millard Williams, the destiny helpers who God used and is still using to smoothen our journey. We Love you, and there’s nothing you can do!