Welcome to Ecclesia Ecumenical Leadership

Welcome to the official website of Ecclesia Ecumenical Leadership (EEL).

Ecclesia is committed to shaping an Apostolic and New Testament Church Network. Our mission is to promote dignity and excellence in church leadership, tailored for a postmodern generation. We aim to cultivate a community that not only adheres to the deep-rooted principles of faith but also approaches leadership with innovation and integrity.

As our website continues to evolve, we invite you to visit us regularly. Stay updated and journey with us as we grow under God’s guidance. Your engagement and feedback are invaluable as we strive to serve and develop a network that truly reflects God's call in today’s world.

Thank you for joining us at this exciting time of growth and spiritual development. We look forward to growing together in faith and leadership.

Our Mission & Purpose

At Ecclesia Ecumenical Leadership (EEL), our primary mission is to foster a nurturing environment that supports the growth and development of Christian leaders and churchmen. We are dedicated to creating a space that is both nonthreatening and nonjudgmental, where individuals can receive the training and support they need to thrive in their spiritual and leadership journeys.

Our goal is to equip these leaders not only with the knowledge and skills necessary for their roles but also with the spiritual depth to disciple others who will continue this cycle of mentorship and growth. This process of making disciples who make disciples is fundamental to our approach, ensuring a lasting impact on future generations.

We are committed to advancing the Kingdom of God through strategic and effective church planting. Our methods focus on simplicity and replicability, aiming to spread the Gospel organically and expansively. This 'viral' approach to church planting is designed to adapt to various contexts and cultures, facilitating a widespread and sustainable growth in the Christian faith.

As we pursue these endeavors, our actions are always guided by our faith and a desire to see God’s kingdom expand on earth. We invite all aspiring and current leaders to join us in this transformative journey, as we work together to fulfill God’s vision through dedicated service and leadership.

Episcopal Announcement:

Grace and Peace be unto you in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

It is with great joy and a profound sense of divine purpose that I extend to you an invitation to join us for our Reestablishment Consecration and Ordinations Service.

This sacred assembly will take place on Saturday, August 17, at 12 Noon, within the hallowed walls of Ecclesia Apostolic Seed, located at 4935 Albemarle Rd., Charlotte, NC.

As we gather under the unction of the Holy Spirit, we will witness the consecration and ordination of devoted servants of the Gospel, anointed and appointed for the work of the ministry. This occasion marks a significant milestone in the life of our fellowship, as we reaffirm our commitment to the Apostolic faith and the advancement of the Kingdom of God.

Presiding Prelate and Chief Consecrator: Bishop Martin Wilson

I, Bishop Martin Wilson, humbly invite you to partake in this holy convocation, where we shall lift our voices in praise, receive divine impartation, and experience the outpouring of God’s glory. Let us come together in unity and love, as we celebrate the call and commissioning of God’s chosen vessels.

May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all.

In His Service,

Bishop Martin Wilson
Presiding Prelate,
Ecclesiastical Ecumenical Fellowship


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Get in touch with us to learn more about our programs and how to get involved in our ecumenical fellowship.

About us

Ecclesia Ecumenical Leadership is a network of independent congregational Churches committed to promoting unity and collaboration within the community of faith. Our programs and initiatives are designed to empower leaders, engage with the broader community, and foster dialogue and cooperation between different religious traditions.