WOW is a church predominantly based in India and Sri Lanka.

WOW aka “Works of Wonder” is a globally growing move that is empowering Christians across the globe to grow and glow in the Word of God. WOW is currently based in multiple regions of India, Sri Lanka, Australia, Dubai, Poland, Singapore, United Kingdom and USA,  With a growing number of members all across the globe in over 20 nations.

Kirby & Fiona de Lanerolle are the founders and visionaries of WOW and together they lead & serve the group at large. They are fathered by Neil Obeyesekere from Grace Ministries, Dubai, who they fondly refer to as “Pasti”

The WOW move was initiated 7 years ago amongst a small group of friends who were hungry to experience and know more of Jesus Christ. It has stood differentiated from the very start because this often labeled “peculiar” group pursue a “solution based” operation vs. an evangelical “conversion based” model that the existing churches were rejected for.

Kirby & Fiona dare to be different and are opposed to conforming to the traditional ways of modern evangelical Christianity – they bring new light and life to the word of God through Kirby’s undeniable gift as a revelatory, prophetic teacher dwelling deep into mystical Christianity. WOW demonstrates new creation realities through revelation, healing, prophesy & the supernatural.

Their mission is to teach the body of Christ and be instrumental in helping mature existing Christians, taking them from milk to meats. (Hebrews 5: 12-14)

To be a “life-solution” to anyone in need regardless of religion, race, creed or cast.

In doing so they are committed to honour and respect the laws & values of the nations they serve, including their own, Sri Lanka.

WOW are committed to serving each nation they are based in and to aid social up-lifting in any way they see possible.

WOW meets every Sunday and Tuesday, and welcomes everyone.

WOWlife launch WOW Kotahena, a branch of WOW catering to the people in and around Kotahena (Sri Lanka). Currently services offered in English, Sinhala & Tamil. Check meeting times HERE.

In 2015 on K’s 40th birthday the Bishop of INA Diocese visited Sri Lanka to commission the prophetic and apostolic calling by appointing him as the chief overseer and head of the Sri Lankan chapter of the INA (Indian National Apostolic Diocese – www.inadiocese.in)