Archbishop Stephan Booze is a native of Niagara Falls, New York. He attended Patton Bible College of Oakland California, received in Biblical Studies from Jacksonville Theological Seminary and his Masters of Divinity and Doctorate of Religious Philosophy from Tabernacle Bible College and Seminary of Tampa, Florida.

Archbishop Booze is the founder and Presiding Prelate of the World Missions Ministries International Fellowship Of Churches. This reformation was established in 2001 through much prayer and the calling of God to the nations. Presently there are over one hundred World Missions Ministries International Fellowship Of Churches branches throughout the United States, Europe, Jamaica and Africa. Archbishop Booze has travels extensively throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, Africa, and the West Indies conducting numerous revivals, workshops and Leadership Conferences. He is also the founder of the World Mission Bible Institute an accredited Bible College. He has authored two books “Tapping Into An Open Heaven” and “Booze For Men”.

Archbishop Booze received his call to ministry in 1984 and founded the Potter’s House Christian Community Church of Niagara Falls in 1993. He was ordained by Bishop T. D. Jakes in 2000, consecrated to the office of Bishop in 2001 and elevated to Archbishop in 2011. Archbishop Booze received this Sacred Elevation and his Apostolic Succession through the Trans-Atlantic and Pacific Alliance of Churches, based in London, England; Washington, D.C. and Tampa, Florida.

Archbishop Booze is married to Evangelist and Overseer Celestine Booze; they have two adult sons, two grand-children  and reside in Niagara Falls, New York. Archbishop Booze’s motto is: “We cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard” Acts 4:20