Our Mission

AAM is committed to provide wholesome Christian education for all its members with a strong emphasis on excellence. To facilitate the process of training and development of each individual in the areas of their giftedness. To mentor and support effective spiritual leaders. To identify and establish ministries that will respond to the growing needs of our local community. To establish congregations/ministries in the rest of Canada and subsequently in other parts of the world.

Our Vision

It is the vision of AAM to present the gospel of Jesus Christ to all people being sensitive to ethnic, social, and economic diversities. We are committed to reaching the lost, the wounded and broken, ministering to them with the highest level of integrity, dignity, and love. AAM strives to be a warm, loving Christian community that reflects the demography of the community, city, country in which it is located. We create an environment that maximize participation, stimulates growth, and promotes personal satisfaction.  

Leadership
Bishop K.L. Morris, M

Church Leader

Pastor P. Morris

Assistant Church Leader

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                               Bishop K.L. Morris - MDIV

 

Bishop Kenroy Morris is the first of five sons and two daughters of the Late Bishop Arthur Morris and Evangelist Margaret Morris. He was born in the coastal town of Savanna La Mar about twenty-one miles from the world famous Negril beach of Jamaica. He accepted the Lord as his personal Saviour at the early age of nine.  It was instantly clear that the Lord had called him to the Ministry as he held his first bible class consisting of his siblings at the age of ten. At age fourteen he was given his first Sunday school class teaching his peers and a few older youths.  His passion for the work of the Lord did not go un-noticed by his pastor, the late Bishop John Watson, who just before passing, moved by divine guidance  appointed him as an evangelist at age eighteen.

 

About the same time Bishop Kenroy left his hometown to continue his education in Kingston at the College of Arts, Science and Technology (CAST).  Here he graduated as a teacher of Mechanical Technology and taught briefly at both Papine Secondary School and Papine Vocational Institute.  During his studies at CAST Bishop Morris soon became the president of the fledging campus ministry then called Student Apostolic Christian Association (SACA). Under his leadership fellow students were baptized and filled with the Holy Ghost.

 

Early in his ministry he went all over the island of Jamaica preaching mostly in youth conventions resulting in many people accepting the Lord Jesus Christ.  His ministry eventually expanded beyond the shores of Jamaica taking him to Canada in 1981 where he met and married his beautiful wife, Pamela Bryan in 1984.  This marriage produced three remarkable children, Jonathan the firstborn and the twins Keturah and Lynell.  Bishop Morris has traveled throughout Canada, USA, England, Philippines, Dominican Republic, France, Austria, Germany, South Africa, Greece, Israel, Egypt and Italy. In places where he could not speak the language interpreters were made available when ministering the word.  In the spring of 2005 he was consecrated to the office of a bishop and now oversights a number of Churches in the United States of America and Canada. Bishop Morris now pastors his second congregation in the city of Hamilton where a warm welcome awaits everyone. 

 

Bishop Morris strongly believes the message of salvation must be packaged so that people of all social, ethnic, economic and educational background can be reached. 

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