Today, All Nations Church is a diverse and vibrant community that comprises of people of all ages, backgrounds, and nationalities; a people of faith, trusting God to do the impossible. And what we are today we owe to our rich heritage; a history of men and women living by faith.

All Nations Church was established during the 1970s. During this time there was a move of God sweeping across the whole world in which people were being baptised in the Holy Spirit. One such group of Christians began meeting in Penarth, South Wales. Unable to go back to their churches and unsure of what to do with this new experience, they were put in touch with a group of church leaders based in Bradford, who were championing this move of God.

One of those leaders, Keri Jones, provided apostolic oversight to that group and continues to do so for All Nations Church as it is today.

In faith, the church made Cardiff city its home, meeting in schools for a time. In faith, the group, by then more than 200 people, purchased some land, and in 1991 the All Nations Centre opened. And in faith, the church continues to reach the city of Cardiff and all nations with the Good News today.


The Start of All Nations Church
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The All Nations Centre has been our home since 1991. The building allows us to gather together as a family on Sundays and for groups during the week. We use it to host our national conferences, and we get to share life with our local community.

Then, during the week, our building functions as a conference centre, catering for organisations from right across the UK: from the NHS, to political parties, and local charities.

You can find out more about our conference centre by clicking here.



Ministries Without Borders© speaks of people who are inwardly free and outwardly mobile; who use their gifts, talents and abilities to take the message of hope and the good news of Jesus Christ to a needy and dying world. We believe that every mandate given by God can be achieved and that there are no problems too difficult for His power of miracle.


All Nations Church is part of this global community; transforming the world with the tangible love of Jesus.


We are intentional about loving Jesus Christ with all we’ve got and loving our neighbours like we really mean it.



To find out more of what Ministries Without Borders© does, click here.



“So that through the church the manifold wisdom of God might now be made known..." - (Ephesians 3:10)

Our vision is of a victorious church made-up of people following in the ways of Jesus, influencing the world where they live with God's heavenly will. This has always been God's plan: for the earth to look like heaven. And we believe that relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ, and the ongoing discipleship of the Holy Spirit is his way of achieving this restoration plan.

Find out a little more about what we believe.


Our vision is outworked in this simple way: do good to all people. For us this means we are to be like shining lights in a dark place: demonstrating God's love, offering hope, and making Jesus known. This mission is taking us to the ends of the earth, but it starts right where we are!


So we care for the streets we live on; we be the best we can be in our schools, universities and work places; and we will go to any nation in the world that God may send us. After all, this is Jesus' command to all his followers, unchanged for millennia: 


“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations… and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” (Matthew 28:19; Acts 1:8)