All Nations Church of God in Christ 

Mother Lula Mannie, Founder

Late Pastor Lee F  Cameron Sr 


 

Church History

 

Yes Lord! 

"We can do all things through Christ."

 

 All nations C.O.G.I.C. was founded in September, 1950 in the basement home of Elder John and Missionary Lula Mannie at 2233 Ohio Street, Gary, Indiana. The church was dedicated by Elder E.N. Williams and Sister Elizabeth Cameron was the first member. 


July 7, 1982 God richly blessed Elder Lee Cameron, Sr. and the All Nations Church congregation through their tithing, offerings and dedication to sign their first church mortgage at the present location of 2248 Garfield Street, Gary, Indiana. This blessing was made possible through the late Elder Rufus Nelson who was a Godly man who truly understood that God used him to bless this ministry with a church building. 


Pastor Lee F. Cameron, Sr. worked hard for the church and ministry until his demise August 2, 1990.


The vision continued with Bishop Milton L. Hall Prelate Indiana First Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of Indiana appointing Minister Chester Cameron, Sr. as the interim Pastor of All Nations Church in August 1990. He is the son of the late Elder Lee F. Cameron, Sr. and the grandson of the late Mother Lula Mannie. 


Pastor Chester Cameron Sr., being lead by the Holy Spirit was able to continue the works of the late Elder Lee Cameron Sr. by accomplishing many goals for the church consisting establishing outreach programs such as the Lula Mannie Prayer Breakfast helping to support the Battered Women & Children shelter, Lee F. Cameron Scholarship Fund, Annual Harvest Youth Celebration, This is Your Life Recognition Program, Youth Video Ministry, Youth Sport Outreach Program and All Nations Community Development Corporation.


Pastor Cameron and his wife Teresa strongly believe that with God all things are possible, if we serve the Lord with a pure heart and submit humbly to His divine will. Praise be God!