Who Are We?

The Galley Ministries International Inc. is a Full Gospel Congregational Christian mission that seeks to win the lost to Christ, and develop their potential: and equip the Saints to better serve the lord and their communities.

The initial activities of the mission began in Adidogome, Togo on December 11th, 1987 as a community prayer group, preaching the message of hope and reconciliation. In the middle of July 1989, the mission became a congregational church ministry in Togo. As the result of the civil unrest in Togo and the migration of many of its nationals to the United States of America, the mission extended its outreach to the Bronx in New York on September of 2006. Since the formation of the mission, it has being preaching the message of healing and reconciliation through a community integration network, prayer bands and prayer line ministries. The organization partnerships with other Christian ministries and community groups, and uses evangelism, education and welfare development as strategies in spreading the Gospel messages.

The mission is now a legal entity in the United States of America, rallying men and women to become Kingdom builders and mentors in their communities. Our future goal is to become a voice of the French speaking Christian communities in the nation, thus creating a network that will illuminate the socio-economic ills harming our people and society. We believe in the Full Gospel and the Charismatic traditions of the Christian Faith, but work with all professing believers and community organizations regardless of the Religious orientations, in reaching the lost and those in need.

Galley Ministries moved to their new home in Philadephia PA where minister Gally started going from house to house spreading the word of God and prayer. Later creating a new church called the House of Prayer & Miracles. The House of Prayer and Miracles is now working to raise money and to assist the church in Lome to further its ministry and help people in outlining areas and also help the local orphans.