All Nations Full Gospel Church Oslo was started in Norway in 2003 by the Senior Pastors and founders of All Nations Full Gospel Churches International, Dr. Samuel and Rev. Rose Donkor.  All Nations Oslo is, thus, a vital part of the European Initiative of the All Nations Denomination.  As a branch and key component of All Nations International, All Nations Oslo exhibits all the characteristics of the International Denomination.



Senior Pastors. Dr. Samuel Donkor and Rose Donkor


All Nations Full Gospel Churches International is a multi-faceted ministry that started in 1978 by Rev. Doctor Samuel Donkor and his co-founder under the name “World Reconciliation Evangelistic Ministries Inc.” During its humble beginnings, Dr. Donkor walked the streets of Achimota and Koforidua in Ghana, ministering from house to house, in hospitals, in prisons, as well as holding open air crusades.

As the years passed, the ministry gradually shifted from an itinerant ministry to gathering the souls together for teaching and prayer. In May 1981 Dr. Donkor left Ghana for Toronto, Canada to explore new territories for God, leaving the young ministry in the capable hands of its co-founder.  As soon as Dr. Donkor could safely trace his steps back to his apartment, he hit the streets with the Gospel.  He could be found on the streets of Jane and Finch distributing tracts and sharing his faith one-on-one with anyone that God touched with His Word.  Dr. Donkor’s ministry expanded so rapidly that, by late 1986, they moved out of the Yorkwoods Gate Community Centre and opened the first branch of All Nations Full Gospel Church.

What started in Toronto as a street ministry in 1981 has now exploded into a global denomination spanning four continents; North America, South America, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean.

To date, ninety three (93) churches have been planted, grouped administratively into five (5) districts; the Eastern District has twelve (12), the Western District has eleven (11) churches, the Southern District has four (4) churches, the European District has two (2) churches and the African District has sixty three (63) churches. All Nations received its status as a Denomination in 2009.