Who We Are

Adullam Missions Evangelistic Network started operations in August 2003 and is registered with the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender and Children’s Affairs.

The Mission was officially launched after building its first church at Palmer Street in the Bottom Oku Community in Wellington, Freetown Sierra Leone on the 24th of August 2003.

We then started launching out to other parts of the country as our core mandate is to “reach the un-reached; touch the un-touched” with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

This is what we have been doing effectively for the past couple of years and to date the Mission has a total of (12) twelve churches in Kono, Kailahun, Kenema, Makeni and Freetown.

We are also engaged in educational activities and to date we have started 3 primary and 1 Junior secondary schools in Makeni, kailahun and Freetown.

Presently our total staff complement is 54 with 15 Pastors, 32 Teachers and 7 Administrative staff.

As part of our vision to encourage self-sustainability, we have empowered youths in Makeni with tools for tailoring and carpentry which has changed their lives for the better.

The Mission also has started a new project called the Mustard Seed Project which primarily works with women in less- fortunate and under- privileged circumstances by making available small loans either as start-up kits for their businesses or to increase their capital. Presently about 29 women in various areas have benefitted from this scheme and many more are awaiting approval and funding.

We are also involved in agricultural activities such as planting of palm trees, cassava, cocoa and cash crops and also involve in animal husbandry.

We are grateful to God for having brought us thus far and we believe that given the necessary resources we would be able to do more as we look forward to expand in the months and years to come.