Our History

Allied Mission Church developed from relationships among independent, Filipino pastors in Bukidnon Province, Philippines.

We officially formed in 2006 under the initiative of Alejandro Jamora and, several years afterward, re-formed under different oversight.In 2008 our first missionaries, Edwin and Rowena Dangallo were commissioned to Cambodia; after about ten years they entrusted the ministry to three indigenous leaders who serve in helping roles to churches in Ratanak Kiri and Preah Vihear provinces. In the Philippines, Allied Mission Church is led by its pastors in the Mindanao provinces of Bukidnon, Davao del Norte, and Davao de Oro. In 2015, the Filipino group ordained a servant leader, a minister from outside the Philippines who, with a small team, also provides additional spiritual direction and focus to Allied Mission Church.

Alejandro Jamora (pictured with wife Jocelyn and part of their family) was instrumental in initially helping to form Allied Mission Church in the Philippines.

During 2018 in Kenya, pastor Dan Dangallo (back row, second from left) joined a company of African and indigenous Yupik leaders from Alaska. He helped represent AMC to form a fellowship of ministries that are inspired by the legacy of the 18th century Moravian Church under Count Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf. AMC, however, is not affiliated with the Moravian Church (Unitas Fratrum).