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Rev. Jeanette Banks


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Rev. Anthony Bellamy


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Elder Eric Bradford


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Rev. Dr. Kathryn G. Brown


Rev. Dr. Kathryn G. Brown has served in the preaching ministry for twenty-one years. Believing that she is called to preach the “down to earth gospel” of the “down to earth God”, Rev. Brown’s heart’s desire is to develop credible, committed Christian disciples. Rev. Brown currently serves as the General Secretary of the Christian Education Department for the A.M.E. Zion Church. Succeeding a line of dynamic leaders, Rev. Brown was elected in July 2012 at the 48th Quadrennial Session of the General Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. She is honored to be the first female to hold this position. In this capacity, God continues to use Rev. Brown to touch the lives of many through conferences, retreats, workshops, and worship services.

From 1993 to 2002, Rev. Brown pastored the Stephen Gill Spottswood A.M.E. Zion Church in Landover, MD. During this time, she established both the Resurrection Academy and Back to School Festivals which took the church into the community in a meaningful way. God has opened many doors for Rev. Brown, allowing her to deliver inspirational messages and conduct productive workshops in both secular and sacred environments. One of the highlights of Rev. Brown’s ministry is serving numerous young people that God has entrusted to her care. She is currently a member of Judah Temple, A.M.E. Zion Church, where Rev. Scot C. Moore is the Pastor.

Rev. Brown earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Relations from Salem College in Salem, West Virginia and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland School of Social Work and Community Planning in Baltimore, MD. In February 2017 Rev. Brown received an honorary doctorate from Livingstone College.

Pastor Alistair Frimpong

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Rev. Tamika Jackson

Rev. Tamika Jackson currently serves as Judah’s Children, Youth and Young Adult Pastor. She preached her trial sermon, “Things Can Happen at Midnight”, on March 4, 2007. She received her local preacher’s license in April 2009 and was ordained a deacon in the Philadelphia-Baltimore Annual Conference in October 2014. Tamika has a passion for Christian Education and has worked as both Youth Council Adviser and Director of Youth for the Baltimore District. She graduated from Bowie State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, and earned her MBA at Loyola University Maryland. Rev. Jackson is currently enrolled in the Master's of Divinity/Counseling program at Wake Forest University.

Tamika has a heart for young adults and the struggles that they face as they seek to grow and mature in the things of God. Her desire is that the young adults of Judah will develop strong and meaningful relationships with God while discovering both their place and importance in the body of Christ.

Rev. Crystal V. Lowe 

Rev. Crystal Valina Lowe serves in various ministry and leadership capacities within the local church. Before becoming a member of Judah Temple in April 1997, Rev. Lowe actively served in outreach ministries including street ministry, prison ministry, and homeless shelter ministry. Although outreach ministry is still her passion, Rev. Lowe also serves in the teaching ministries of the church and has developed and implemented numerous discipleship classes and workshops to equip the saints for works of service. Rev. Lowe currently coordinates curriculum and classes for Judah University (affectionately known as Judah U), which seeks to provide learning opportunities that equip persons to walk in the ways of God and be productive in their lives. In addition, Rev. Lowe’s compassion for victims of sexual abuse prompted her to organize a ministry called BreakThrough to help survivors triumph over the victimization of their past and walk in freedom and newness of life.

Rev. Lowe preached her Trial Sermon, "It's Time to Restore Order to the House of God," on January 24, 1999, and was ordained a deacon in the A.M.E. Zion Church at the 173rd session of the Philadelphia and Baltimore Annual Conference in May 2002. She was ordained an elder at the 176th session of the Philadelphia and Baltimore Annual Conference in May 2005.

Rev. Lowe earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Bowie State University in Bowie, MD, and a Master’s of Theological Studies degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC.

Bro. David Manley

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Rev. Patrica Oliver

Rev. Patricia Oliver preached her Trial Sermon on March 28, 2004, and received her Local Preacher's license in April 2005. Rev. Oliver was ordained a deacon in the A.M.E. Zion Church on May 31, 2008, at the 179th Session of the Philadelphia and Baltimore Annual Conference. She was ordained an elder in the A.M.E. Zion Church in May 2010 at the 181st Session of the Philadelphia and Baltimore Annual Conference. Rev. Oliver currently serves as the Church Administrator, Logistics Coordinator, Department Head for Church Operations, and Women's Ministries.

Rev. Dr. Donald Thurston

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Rev. Dr. Sophonia Thurston

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Sat., May 19, 8am-1pm
"Spring Fest 2018"

Flea Market, Business Expo,
Health and Wellness, food,
fun, fellowship, and games.

Sat., May 26, 11am-1pm
Judah Paintball

Young Adult W.E.L.L. Group 
and Youth (ages 13 & up). P3
Paintball Park, 7360 Carbide
Rd., Curtis Bay, MD. Cost
$40. Leaving Judah at
9:15am returning at 2pm.

Thurs., May 24, 7:30pm
Sick & Shut In Ministry

Sun., May 6
Nonrefundable deposit
due for Marriage Retreat

Retreat dates: Thurs.,
Sept. 20 - Sun., Sept. 23

Sat., June 16, 9am-1pm
3rd Annual Men of Judah
Father's Day Breakfast.
Cost $15.00 perperson

Every Sat. at 6 pm
Saturday Night Live

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Judah Outreach Center,
4905 Frankford Ave.,
Baltimore, MD

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