You can help by joining the dream team or donating so we can make the campus a place for everyone! There is a place for you to be involved!

Our Leadership


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Daniel Kolenda

Lead Pastor


Russell Benson

Executive Pastor

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Levi & Shawna Stewart

Senior Staff Pastor & Nations Kids Director


Caroline & Jamie Sumner

Campus Pastors

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Chris Klimis

Worship Director


CfaN Ministry Center

6177 Lake Ellenor Drive
Orlando, FL 32809




Find the most asked questions and their answers right here.

Where is the church located?

Nations Church Oak Ridge Campus is located at the CfaN Ministry Center 6177 Lake Ellenor Dr. Orlando, FL 32809) (Click Here for Directions).

What are the service times?

Nations Church meets every Sunday at 11:00 AM EST. If you are unable to attend in person, we encourage you to watch Live at 11:00 AM EST on Nations Church Facebook and YouTube Channel. Click here for directions.

How can I get connected?
There are many ways to get connected at Nations Church! 
Everyone is encouraged to visit in person and stop by our New to Nations tent located outside Olympia High School where we have a free gift waiting! If you would like to get connected before you attend, text “NationsConnect” to 94000 to get plugged in. 
To further connect, we encourage everyone to attend Growth Track where you can learn more about the mission and vision of Nations Church, join the Dream Team, and use your gifts to further the Kingdom.  Growth Track is a three-step, interactive, class to help you step into purpose and meets every Sunday after the 11:00 AM service. Kid Care and lunch are provided.


You can also check out other ways to get involved by visiting our Dream Team page HERE.


Whether you are interested in children’s ministryyouth or young adults, singles ministry, dance, drama, deliverance ministry, intercession, missions, outreach, prophetic ministry, technical & production, worship, or anything else, we have a place for you! 
For any additional questions, please e-mail info@wearenations.church and we will be happy to assist you! 


Who is the lead pastor?
Daniel Kolenda is the lead pastor of Nations Church. See his full bio here.
What should I wear?
We encourage you to wear what you are comfortable in! You’ll see a people wearing a variety of clothing and everyone is welcome to come as they are. Most people are dressed casual and business casual.
Where should I enter the building?

You may enter through the glass doors at the front of the building. Our Hospitality Dream Team will be there to greet you in the parking lot and you will find plenty of signs to clearly show where to go when you arrive.

What do you offer for teenagers?
Nations Youth Culture (NYC) meets bi-weekly on Wednesday Nights at CfaN Headquarters from 6:30-8:30 PM and is the perfect place for every middle or high schooler to find a family of friends, participate in high-energy games, and experience God in a way that leaves them transformed and empowered.

NYC are more than a Wednesday night youth group. We want to reach out to every teen throughout the week and plan activities outside of the church to facilitate relationships. We’d love for you to join our family!

On Sundays, we encourage all teenagers to join us in our main services where there is a reserved section in the auditorium for youth to sit together. The music and preaching is designed to appeal to the young people (as well as adults).

Follow Nations Youth Culture on social media @wearenationsyouth

What is your music like?

Nations Worship is a movement! The worship department is led by Chris Klimis who, along with other worship legends like Leonard Jones, Dominique Hughes, and Jackie Baker (and many more!) lead us every week in powerful times of high praise and deep worship.

What denomination is Nations Church?
We are a non-denominational, independent Christian Church. Check out what we believe here.
What do you believe?

We are a Jesus centered, full-gospel, evangelical, non-denominational community. Our doctrine is very similar to what you will find in the Assemblies of God or Church of God, but members of Nations Church come from all cultures, backgrounds and denominations. Even within our leadership we have those who have come from Baptist, Methodist and Pentecostal churches and everything in between. To see our statement of faith, click here.

How do you define the gospel?
Our Pastor defines the gospel like this: “The Gospel is the proclamation (kēryssō) of Good News (euangelion) that God offers salvation to sinful humanity (Rom. 1:16) if they will repent and put their trust in Jesus Christ (Mark 1:15). There is nothing we can do to save ourselves (Rom. 3:20). That is why Jesus came (Luke 19:10). He lived a sinless life (2 Cor. 5:21). He died a vicarious death (Is. 53:5). He rose from the dead on the third day – victorious over sin, death, hell and the grave (Rev. 1:18). He ascended to Heaven and sent the Holy Spirit to abide with us forever (John 14:16). Salvation is only found in Jesus Christ and there is “no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12). Outside of Christ there is nothing but damnation (Mark 16:16).
Yet, salvation is not simply a get-out-of-hell-free card. Nor is it simply a theological category. It is a full immersion into the Spirit of God (1 Cor. 12:13) which results in a complete transformation of a person’s life (2 Cor. 5:17). Our spirit is “born again” the moment we put our trust in Christ (John 3:3-6), by grace through faith (Eph. 2:8). For a believer, that is in the past (2 Tim. 1:9, 1 Cor. 6:11, Titus 3:4-5). Our soul is continually being saved as we are conformed to the image of Christ (2 Cor. 3:18). That is an ongoing, present reality (1 Cor. 1:18, Phil. 2:12-13, 2 Cor. 2:15). Our body will be resurrected at the return of Christ unto eternal life (that is future) (1 Thess. 4:16-17, Eph. 1:14, 1 Thess. 5:8, ). Thus, the gospel effects every part of a person: spirit, soul and body (1 Thess 5:23) – past, present and future (Rom. 5:9).
What kind of history do you have?

We are a new church with a long legacy. Nations Church (which launched on August 15th 2021) is the local church expression of Christ for all Nations (CfaN) which was started in 1975 by the world renowned evangelist Reinhard Bonnke. In 2008 Daniel Kolenda, Reinhard Bonnke’s successor, became the President and CEO of CfaN. We have printed over 190-million copies of Evangelist Bonnke and Kolenda’s books in 104 languages and we have documented more than 81-million decisions for Christ in our super-massive Gospel Crusades around the world. You will find the same culture of excellence, integrity, evangelistic zeal and love for the Lord that has characterized CfaN for more than 45 years at Nations Church. Moreover, the Nations Church family is a global family with 14 offices in 12 countries on 6 continents. For more about our story, click here.