Who We Are

The Pentecostal House of Prayer of All Nations was established by the late Elder James G. Calloway with the purpose of spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ; as according to Acts 2:38.The church was located at 830 Oak Street until it moved to 2080 Cleveland Avenue. After the death of Elder James Calloway in 1988, Sister Irma A. Calloway being led by God became Pastor. She continued to spread the Gospel with much prayer and fasting for many years.

In January 2000 the spirit of God led her to turn the ministry over to Elder Robert J. Dudley. He was anointed and chosen for this position through the leading of the Holy Spirit. Elder Dudley became Pastor; Pastor Irma Calloway became Overseer, Min. Willie D. Lyles as her Assistant and Elder Mark Calloway as Assistant Pastor.

Again by the leading of the Holy Spirit, the church name changed to Jehovah-Shammah Healing & Deliverance Pentecostal Ministries, Inc. Along with a new name there was elevation. Pastor Dudley became Apostle, and Assistant Pastor Calloway became Pastor. Our church is going forth into the harvest field gathering souls for the Kingdom of God and bringing Healing & Deliverance to all that need help.


The Vision

We seek to love God and worship Him with all of our hearts, to walk in integrity and godliness, to teach the Word of God with balance and depth. Share the Gospel of Jesus Christ enthusiastically and lovingly with our city and our world. While, building a community of mature; joyful believers who will be empowered to fulfill their God-ordained purpose and ministry.


Our Goal

Love God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength. Then prove this love to Him, by keeping His commandments and displaying this love to all people.


Our Commission


Our Elements of Ministry

  1. Worship
  2. Prayer
  3. The Word of God
  4. Personal Authenticity
  5. Relationship Minded
  6. Receptive of All People
  7. Restoration
  8. Training & Equipping
  9. Outreach
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