Praise Chapel started out of a vision of a man who saw the need for God in a community filled with young people. With the zeal, and the desire to reach the lost at all costs and in 1994 Pastor Kenroy E. Salter took up the challenge of “Who Will Go…” He started having extension Sunday School at the Mt. Salem Community Centre and on October 6, 1996, when the Sunday outgrew the center a tent was erected, and Praise Chapel was born.  The idea of the name ‘Praise Chapel’ was given by Deaconess Veronica Stewart’s daughter Sister Grace Mckenzie now living in the US. With the anointing preaching of Pastor Salter during our regular services and other visiting pastors in our evangelistic crusades and with the constant prayers and seeking directions from God coupled with the vibrancy and faith of its members the church grew rapidly.

The church started out with 78 members with a vast majority moving from King’s Chapel, UPC the mother church. With prayer, faith, dedication and hard work the membership grew by leaps and bounds, the tent began to burst at the seams, and in 1997 the ground was broken, and the current building started, and in 1998 the first church service was held in the building.

Praise Chapel started out of a vision of a man who saw the need for God in a community filled with young people. With the zeal, and the desire to reach the lost at all costs and in 1994 Pastor Kenroy E. Salter took up the challenge of “Who Will Go…..”. He started having extension Sunday School at the Mt. Salem Community Centre and on October 6, 1996, when the Sunday outgrew the center a tent was erected, and Praise Chapel was born.  The idea of the name ‘Praise Chapel’ was given by Deaconess Veronica Stewart’s daughter Sister Grace Mckenzie now living in the US. With the anointing preaching of Pastor Salter during our regular services and other visiting pastors in our evangelistic crusades and with the constant prayers and seeking directions from God coupled with the vibrancy and faith of its members the church grew rapidly.

The church started out with 78 members with a vast majority moving from King’s Chapel, UPC the mother church. With prayer, faith, dedication and hard work the membership grew by leaps and bounds, the tent began to burst at the seams, and in 1997 the ground was broken, and the current building started, and in 1998 the first church service was held in the building

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