Without Walls Church (WOW), is a non-denominational church located in North Brunswick, New Jersey and was founded in December 2002. The ministry was birthed from the vision that God gave Senior Pastor David Luckey, Jr., which awaken a spirit of witnessing and imparting the word of God into the lives of its members. Without Walls began with four members which was Sr. Pastor David Luckey, his wife Pastor Michele and their two children David Luckey, III and Charrisse Luckey. Their third child, Shamara Phillips, was married and living in Virginia at the time.
Without Walls Church began with a Bible Study in June 2003 and then commenced Sunday afternoon worship services in September 2003. Until December 2003 Bible Study and Sunday afternoon worship service was held in a Lutheran church; services then moved to the Ramada Inn hotel in Somerset NJ. With support from friends and family the move to the Ramada Inn along with regular morning services helped to build their membership.
In May 2005 Without Walls moved in to a location in North Brunswick NJ where Bishop Luckey and the church family converted a former hardware store building to a place of worship in three short weeks. The Without Walls Church members and friends were so faithful in preparing the building for service in May of 2005 that they worked on finishing the ceiling till 5:00 a.m. Sunday morning and then came back for service at 10:30 a.m. It took that kind of commitment and faith in building the kingdom that God honored. God has rewarded Without Walls by sending members and visitors in great numbers. The Without Walls Church has grown tremendously to the point where in October. 2012 Sr. Pastor incorporated two morning worship services to accommodate the growth in membership. To that end, Without Walls acquired property and a building in 2013 and relocated in 2015 to their current location.
With great blessing also comes great commitment and challenges. Without Walls Church is committed to spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ and more is yet to come. Stay Tuned...
Norwegian Evangelical Free Church Mission met at Starin Rose Hall in West Brighton (1905-1941) All Norwegian Services. Rev. Abraham Thompson
Work began to build first church at 179-181 Clove Road
Mortgage paid off
Name changed to Salem Evangelical Free Church
English services began.
Groundbreaking for present church building, 634 Clove Road
Mortgage paid off on new building
Tom Maddox Memorial Center was built
UTOPIA, Salem's community outreach ministry, is incorporated by New York State as a not-for-profit.
Dr. Eddie Cole, pastor
John Welborn, pastor