ARCHBISHOP NICHOLAS DUNCAN-WILLIAMS
Nicholas Duncan-Williams is the Founder and Presiding Archbishop of Action
Chapel International (ACI), head-quartered in Accra, Ghana. He is recognized as
the Patriarch and Father of the Charismatic Movement in Ghana and other parts
of West Africa. Today, Action Chapel International, “One Church in Many
Locations Worldwide”, has over 2,000 affiliate and 300 branch churches located
across Africa, Europe, Asia, Middle East and North America.
Known in many parts of the world as the Apostle of Strategic Prayer, Archbishop
Nicholas Duncan-Williams is also the Founder and President of Prayer Summit
International (PSI), which brings revival to cities and churches through the power
of corporate, intercessory and prophetic prayer.
He is the current Chairman of the National Association of Charismatic and
Christian Churches (NACCC) – over 200 member churches. He also serves as an
intercessor and minister for numerous Heads of State across the nations of the
World and governments, civic and business leaders. God, by His grace, has used
the Archbishop’s distinctive apostolic mantle to birth many ministries.
The recipient of many global honors and the only African pastor to have ever
prayed at a United States of America Presidential Inauguration (January 2017),
Archbishop is recognized by the New African Magazine as one of "The 100 Most Influential Africans”. Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams is also the Founder of the Dominion University, based in Ghana, which is training a new generation of leaders in excellence and ethical leadership for ministry, government and business. Dominion University also combines secular education with biblical
principles. He is also the Founder of Dominion Television (DTV)—a 24-hour,
Christian lifestyle network based in Ghana which broadcasts in countries across
Africa. He has a sizable social media footprint with followers world-wide.
As a beneficiary of God’s grace and mercy, Archbishop Duncan-Williams is a
compassionate leader who has transformed schools into modernized educational
facilities while providing clean water and other forms of support to the needy
through his NGO, Compassion in Action. The NGO also supports an orphanage
with 150 children and a drug rehabilitation facility with 120 people recovering
from drug addiction. The Archbishop has planted churches and roofed churches in
villages and areas where the Gospel otherwise would not reach.
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams was trained and mentored by the late
Archbishop Benson Idahosa and studied at the All Nations for Christ Bible Institute in Benin City, Nigeria. He is married to Lady Rosa Whitaker Duncan-Williams, has four adult children, all in the Ministry, and six grandchildren.