Rebuilders Apostolic Ministries

Jennifer and I are elated that you have chosen to inquire about Rebuilders Apostolic Ministries! We welcome you, and we pray that the incorruptible Word of God delivered from this ministry will become tangible in your life.  For over 15 years, we have sought to teach the Bible with simplicity and understanding, and trust that this ministry will make an impact in your life, friends and family.

We hope you’ll find Rebuilders Apostolic Ministries to be a Home and a Family Church. We laugh often, talk, make mistakes, share life experiences, and grow together. We have many interests and diverse personalities, but what we have in common is Jesus Christ.

We hope to see you as soon as our Lord Jesus Christ wills. Be of good cheer, for Jesus has conquered the world. Therefore, Christ in you, is the Hope of Glory.

Sincerely yours,

~Morgan Ikonne


Reaching the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ, building saints unto maturity in faith and ministry as we touch our community with the tangible hope in Christ Jesus.

Our History

Rebuilders Apostolic Ministries was founded by Apostle Morgan Ikonne & Pastor Jennifer Ikonne on October 10th, 2010 as a “None Denominational Apostolic Church. Services were initially held at 205A Highland Blvd New Castle DE, 19720 and the Church has grown from its initial twenty five members to over one hundred fifty (150) members as regular attendees and also growing increasingly numerically. RAM is a “Bible Based, Bible Believing Church, with its Foundational Doctrines anchored on the “Finished Work of Jesus Christ”.

Due to continuous growth the church has relocated from two previous locations to its current location at 1541 Church Road Bear Delaware 19701. This location is within the suburb of Bear and is close enough to RT 13 in New Castle and RT 40 Bear / Newark.

Currently, RAM is in the process of commencing the “Construction” of its first permanent church building site. God had allowed and enabled RAM to purchase a 1.23 acre of land right on RT 40 Bear Pulaski HWY in New Castle County of the State of Delaware. When completed the building will be housing a “church sanctuary, office spaces, and addiction recovery center”.