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Welcome to Action Chapel Baltimore where we are making Christ known, training champions and building lives and families.

Our Overseers

papaArchbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams

He is known in many parts of the world as the “Apostle of Strategic Prayer” and is the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM). CAFM has over 150 affiliate and branch churches located in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the Founder and President of Prayer Summit International.

Bishop Dr. Kibby Otoobishopk

Bishop Dr. Kibby K. Otoo is the Presiding Bishop of Action Ministries in the Americas & Caribbean (AMAC). Affectionately known as Bishop Kibby, he was called to ministry in 1995 in his native land of Ghana, West Africa. He was trained in ministry and served for 20 years as a trusted Assistant to Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, founder of Christian Action Faith Ministries in Accra, Ghana.

Meet our Pastors

me-cePastor Cephas Reeves

Pastor Cephas A. Reeves is the senior pastor of Action Chapel International Baltimore. He is a leader who carries the mandate to empower the people of God to walk in dominion, authority and power, through prayer and the prophetic, to bring in the end time harvest.  Serving as a pastor and a trainer, Pastor Reeves is involved in the training of  missionaries, pastors, worship leaders and church workers; helping them walk in their God-given gifts and callings as well as mobilizing global and holistic missions. Read more..

Pastor Lenita Reeves

Pastor Lenita Reeves is co-planter of ACB, the Founder of PurposeHouse Christian Counseling and author of I Am: The Divine Purpose Manifesto. She serves as the pastor responsible for motivating intercession, women’s ministry and Christian Education at Action Chapel Baltimore. Pastor Lenita was ordained in Christian Action Faith Ministries/Action Chapel International in Ghana and Action Ministries in the Americas and Caribbean in Alexandria, Virginia under the leadership of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams and Bishop Kibby Otoo. Read more…