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Members of Creflo Dollar’s World Changers Church International (WCCI) gather in the main sanctuary on Sunday mornings for an hour-long, high-energy praise service led by Pastor Creflo Dollar.  This energetic worship service includes music from an accomplished live band and a time of praise and worship.  Pastor Dollar preaches a powerful message that addresses relevant life issues that every person and family faces. 

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Dollar began developing World Changers Ministries Christian Center in 1986. He held the church’s first worship service in the cafeteria of Kathleen Mitchell Elementary School in College Park, with eight people in attendance. He later renamed the ministry World Changers Church International (WCCI), and the congregation moved from the cafeteria to a dedicated chapel. Four services were held each Sunday, and Creflo added a weekly radio broadcast.

On December 24, 1995, WCCI moved into its present location, the 8,500-seat facility known as the World Dome. The church has said that the nearly $20 million World Dome was built without any bank financing. As of 2007, the congregation reported having around 30,000 members, and $70 million in revenue (gross cash collections) for 2006.

In October 2012, Creflo Dollar Ministries leased Loews Paradise Theater in The Bronx for a new church location in New York.

Dollar also speaks at conferences and writes about his gospel of wealth and his involvement in televangelism.

Personal life

Dollar and his wife Taffi have five children and reside in Atlanta, Georgia.

In June 2012, Dollar was arrested for an alleged attack on his fifteen-year-old daughter, according to the Fayette County, Georgia, Sheriff’s Office. Dollar was accused of choking and punching the girl, a story corroborated by Dollar’s older daughter,  and Fayette County police released details of a subsequent 911 call. The charges were dropped in January 2013 after he attended anger management classes.

Finances and prosperity gospel teachings

Dollar is known for controversial teachings regarding prosperity theology. He has long been criticized for living a lavish lifestyle. He owns two Rolls-Royces, a private jet, and high-end real estate such as a million-dollar home in Atlanta, a $2.5 million home in Demarest, New Jersey, and a home in Manhattan that he bought for $2.5 million in 2006 (equivalent to $3.4 million in 2021) and sold for $3.75 million in 2012 (equivalent to $4.43 million in 2021). Dollar has refused to disclose his salary. For declining to disclose any financial information to independent audit, Creflo Dollar Ministries received a grade of “F” (failing) for financial transparency by the organization Ministry Watch.

Dollar was among six televangelists who were the subject of a 2007 investigation led by United States Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa as ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee. Grassley asked for financial information to determine whether Dollar made any personal profit from financial donations and requested that Dollar’s ministry make the information available by December 6, 2007. The investigation also asked for information from five other televangelists: Benny Hinn, Kenneth Copeland, Eddie L. Long, Joyce Meyer, and Paula White.[17] Dollar contested the probe, arguing that the proper governmental entity to examine religious groups is the IRS, not the Committee on Finance.[18] Dollar and three others were not cooperative, and the probe concluded in 2011 without any charges.







My wife, Taffi, and I want you to know how delighted we are that you have chosen to visit! We welcome you, and pray the Word of God delivered from this ministry becomes a testimony you can share with friends and family. It is our prayer that you will witness firsthand the love and grace of God as you navigate through this site. We are committed to teaching the power of God’s amazing grace.

We invite you to join us as we worship and fellowship in God’s Word every Wednesday and Sunday

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