Pastor Alex Gyasi MBE

Pastor Alex Gyasi MBE is the Founder and Senior Pastor of Highway of Holiness church in Tottenham london UK, and its branches in Dunstable, UK, South Sudan, Kenya and India. As mandated by God, Pastor Alex Gyasi is committed to working to bring about positive and significant transformation in individuals, communities and society as a whole.

He ran a supplementary school for underprivileged young people on the Broadwater Farm Estate in Tottenham, London and the surrounding area for 14 years resulting in improved academic performance.

He currently runs the Highway Youth Club providing recreation, education and personal development for the young people of Tottenham.

He is also the executive producer of the popular youth TV talk show Keep it Real.

He is the director of the Highway House (homeless shelter) in Tottenham, which provides food and shelter accommodation for 50 homeless people from all spheres of life all year round.
He established Kingdom Lifestyle Mission (KLM) in November 2013. A charity mobilising university students and professionals to voluntarily provide supplementary education to underprivileged children in Ghana, South Sudan, Ethiopia and Bulgaria.

Rev. Alex was invited in 2016 to give a talk at TEDx Accra about this innovative initiative and Kingdom Lifestyle Mission has since expanded operating in Ethiopia, South Sudan and Bulgaria.

He is the founder Kingdom Culture Alliance, a forum for ministers who desire to build their character and capacity for the advancement of the Kingdom of God.

He teaches the word of God with clarity and simplicity bringing revelation and insight to hearers (audience). His teaching and missionary works have taken him to Europe, Africa, America and Asia where many have received salvation and have been impacted for the work of the kingdom of God.
Pastor Alex received the Faith Recognition Award for providing specialist services by Her Majesty’s Lieutenant at the Royal College of Medicine in November 2017. He has also received a Faithful Service Recognition and Appreciation Award for an outstanding contribution to homeless and underprivileged communities UK and abroad in 2018.
He was awarded an MBE by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in March 2019 for his services to the British society.
He is married to his beautiful wife Dorcas and they are blessed with 7 children and 7 grandchildren.