Our History

The “gathering” of people to start All Nations Church began when an African Pastor and his wife moved to Austin to search out the land. The first meeting took place on October 3, 2004 at 2700 Northland Drive, Austin, in a room provided by GT Austin (then the Church of Glad Tidings).


As every baby has a mother, All Nations Church was blessed with a loving and caring mom, the Church of Glad Tidings (now GT Austin). She gave an unbounded nurturing and support so much that after two years the baby church was ready to take its stand among the community of churches in the Austin Metro Area as an agent of the Lord Jesus Christ, through whom Christ will implement His plan and purpose in this part of the world.


On October 1st, 2006 the church moved to a new location, on the south eastern corner of Lamar Blvd and State Highway 183 in Austin. God who has destined All Nations Church for greatness had the Lamar location all set up by His providence. We stayed there for three years and during the entire period the pastor, leaders and members never stopped praying that God would give us a property of our own – a place we can call “our home”. God answered our prayers and through the able leadership of the Presbyter of Austin Section, Rev. Kenneth Womack, the North Texas District Council of the Assemblies of God granted us a loan to buy our present property.


We moved into our new location, 16804 Radholme Court in Round Rock, in September 2009. The Lord has blessed us and continue to bless us with people from fifteen different nationalities (and counting).


“For now the Lord has made room for us, and we shall be fruitful in the land”. (Genesis 26:22) We delight in having people from different nations becoming part of All Nations family.


Reaching the nations ….. one soul at a time