Bishop Morris Dulaney, Sr.
In 1957, Dr. Morris L. Dulaney, Sr. was baptized in the name of Jesus Christ and filled with the Holy Ghost in the city of Pasadena, California. While under the leadership of the late District Elder Thomas Kinslow, he worked faithfully as a Sunday School superintendent and Young Peoples' President. He was called to the ministry in 1958 which eventually led to him serving as the assistant pastor to District Elder Kinslow.
Later, the Lord led him to Ontario, California where he assumed Pastorate of True Vine Apostolic Church, formally pastored by Dr. Carter. From there, he was led to the city of Fontana, California to continue in his ministry.
In 1976, Doctor Dulaney was moved of the Lord to come to the windy city of Santa Ana, California where he founded the work, Zion Apostolic Assembly, which later was renamed, Greater Zion Apostolic Church.
Doctor Dulaney has served faithfully in the California Nevada Hawaii District Council where he held offices of Chaplin and Chairman of the Pulpit Committee. He was elected to the Board of Directors in which he served for six years while simultaneously attending Aenon Bible College.
In 1988, Doctor Dulaney proudly received his Doctor of Theology Degree from the Pentecostal Bible College in Tuskegee, Alabama and then proceeded to receive his Doctor of Divinity Degree from Aenon Bible College.
Today, Doctor Dulaney serves as Founder and Overseer of Word of Faith Pentecostal Church. Because of his diligence and vision, WOFPC purchased and relocated to their current Anaheim, California facility in April, 2006.
Mother Irma Lee Dulaney
Mother Irma Dulaney, wears various hats in the Word of Faith Pentecostal Church. Besides fulfilling the basic duties of being a pastor's wife, where she goes above and beyond by helping to oversee several of the church's auxiliaries, she is also a seamstress, the mother of three, the grandmother of six, and a great-grandmother.
The Lord has blessed Sister Dulaney with many talents and gifts and uniquely, she does not hesitate to share these many talents and gifts with anyone who is willing to learn. Several years ago, "Fashions by Lady D" was born when she started a sewing class to teach the sisters in the church how to assemble godly attire becoming to holiness. Now simply referred to as "Lady D's", her business includes distinguished, hand-sewn and embroidered lap scarves and ministry towels. Her products can be seen in many churches across the states.
Sister Dulaney has an immense love for children. This love was developed when she was just a child herself and she started caring for the children of the saints at the church where her mother pastored. She has been a licensed foster parent through the Los Angeles County Social Service Agency, served as a Lead Child Development Program Assistant and has run a licensed daycare out of her home. In 1998, she proudly received her Certificate for Child Development and Pre-School Director from Cerritos College in Norwalk, California. She strongly encourages young people to obtain their college degrees and supports this belief by establishing the Ministers' and Deacon Wives' College Fund.
Sister Dulaney is truly a phenomenal woman. She gleans from society and unselfishly brings her wisdom and knowledge back to the house of God where many can reap the benefits.