Black & African American Ministries

Black and African American Ministries is committed to investing in the lives of leaders and equipping them holistically through relational peer networks of pastors of Black and African American descent to share best practices as they face similar ministry challenges. Currently we have approximately 60 Black and African American churches in our N. American conference and over 200 pastors.  The focus of this ministry is therefore to recruit, retain, resource and reproduce healthy Black and African American leaders throughout The Wesleyan Church and connecting them with the broader denominational family growing.

We invite you to join the movement!

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Black & African American Team

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Pastor Phyllis Isaac

Pastor Phyllis Isaac

Black and African American Ministry Leader

She serves as the Assistant Pastor of Outreach at Jersey City First Wesleyan Church (A diverse Urban Community Fellowship, United in Christ) under Lead Pastor, Rev. Donavon Shoemaker.  Also, she serves as the Vice President of the Local Board of Administration and provide oversight to the Sunday School.  She continues to study and prepare for future Ordination under the support and guidance of the Penn-Jersey District of the Wesleyan Church, where Dr. Karl Eastlack is the District Superintendent. She has a son, Philip Micah Isaac-Thomas.  She received her undergraduate education from Hope College in Holland, Michigan and her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Rutgers the State University of New Jersey.  She currently serves as a Child Welfare Senior Executive Administrator for the State of New Jersey Division of Child Protection and Permanency.

Rev. Sule Prince

Rev. Sule Prince

Black and African American Ministry Leader

Rev. Sule Prince earned is Bachelors of Religious Education (BRE) at Heritage College & Seminary and will complete his Master of Theology Studies (MTS) April 2018. Rev. Sule Prince is a man with a great passion for the word of God and a genuine love for people. He answered the Divine call to preaching at the age of sixteen and has been ministering the gospel since. He is currently the Senior Pastor of Oakwood Wesleyan Church and resides in Toronto with his wife and children.

Celebrating every time a disciple makes a disciple and a church multiples itself, until The Wesleyan Church has a transforming presence in every zipcode.