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Reverend Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr. Pastor, The Mount Carmel Baptist Church Pastor Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr. is a native of Chesterfield County, Virginia. He was licensed as a minister in 2003 at Union Branch Baptist Church in Chesterfield and ordained in 2014 at Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church in Richmond, Virginia. His ministry related experiences range from fine arts ministry to youth and young adult ministry, serving several churches in the central Virginia region. He served as the pastor of the Mount Oni Baptist Church in Ruther Glen, Virginia for over three years. In 2019, Pastor Gilliam began serving in his current assignment as pastor of The Mount Carmel Baptist Church in the Church Hill area of Richmond, Virginia. After completing his education in Chesterfield County Public Schools, Rev. Gilliam continued his education and earned degrees from Virginia State University (Bachelor of Arts, Vocal Music) and the Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University (Master of Divinity). He served as a vocal music educator at George Wythe High School in Richmond, Virginia for 12 years. Additionally, he serves on the General Board of the Baptist General Convention of Virginia. Pastor Gilliam is happily married to Jennifer Gilliam; they currently reside in Henrico, Virginia. They are the proud parents of three children, Marvin, III, Jameson, and Leila. Through his life, Pastor Gilliam seeks to serve as a living epistle of God’s grace, mercy, and favor. His guiding scripture, Romans 8:28, states “All things work together for the good of those who love the Lord and are called according to His purpose.” With a goal of empowering all he encounters, he desires to be all that the Lord has called him to be, using his gifts and experiences to show a dark world the light and love of Jesus Christ.


THE MOUNT CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH Church History in Brief – 1887-2019 In the early 1880’s a large group was baptized into the membership of the Ebenezer Baptist Church. Among those baptized were Mr. William Henry White and his wife, Mrs. Kate Garnett White. Shortly after his baptism, Mr. White was appointed to lead the prayer service of the church. Several from this group proved to be faithful helpers in the organization of The Mount Carmel Baptist Church. Mr. White, having felt the urge of greater service to God and man, launched forth on a venture, which widened his sphere of influence. On Burying Ground Hill, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shackelford, Mr. White started an afternoon Mission Sunday School. This Sunday School grew fast and the work accomplished in it soon won the respect of the public to the extent that as weeks passed, larger quarters were sought and the organization of a church contemplated. A council from the Baptist Churches of Richmond was called in October 1887 with Rev. Wells, the Pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church serving as chairman, and the church was organized with Rev. White, having been licensed to preach and Rev. Wells naming the church. The Sunday School raised money for the purchase of two lots on which the first building was erected. On February 26, 1888, Ebenezer Baptist Church called a council and Rev. White was ordained. The first Sunday in October 1888 was a great day at The Mount Carmel Baptist Church with its first baptism reported to be one of the most picturesque religious ceremonies ever to be held in Richmond. In December 1889, through adversity and struggle, a new building was dedicated to God at Saint James and Fritz Streets with appropriate services. Financial aid was received from the Mother and Sister Churches. A few more years of progress and inspiration and this building became inadequate to accommodate the congregation, so the lot at 1303 North First Street was purchased and in 1904 a new building was erected. On August 19, 1913 after a pastorate of twenty-six years, the Founder and first Pastor died on his sixtieth birthday. In June 1958, we moved to 3200 East Broad Street under the leadership of Dr. E. D. McCreary, Jr. The Church has been blessed with God fearing and inspiring Pastors to lead us in our walk with God and they are: Rev. William H. White Rev. Edward D. Caffee, Sr. Rev. Berryman H. Johnson Rev. Frederick W. Black, Sr. Rev. John L. Wood Rev. Dr. Thomas F. Freeman Rev. Rosamond C. Kay, Jr. Rev. Dr. Edward D. McCreary, Jr. Rev. Dr. John S. Fountaine Rev. Dr. William E. Jackson Rev. Dr. Stephen Greene Howard Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr.

1887-1914 1914-1923 1924-1927 1928-1937 1938-1943 1944-1951 1952-1954 1954-1988 1990-1995 1997-2001 2003-2016 2019-Present

To God be the Glory for all the marvelous things He has done for The Mount Carmel Baptist Church.


Chat and Chew with First Lady Jennifer Gilliam “She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future.” Proverbs 31:25

Welcome

Reverend Juanita Armistead

Scripture, Prayer, and Blessing of the Meal

Sister Lois Alexander

Musical Offering

Sister Vanessa Morton

Jenn’s Table Talk – Part 1 Praise Dance

Sister Sigourney Miles

Fellowship and Dinner

Jenn’s Table Talk – Part 2 Comedienne

Ketta Keet

Jenn’s Table Talk – Part 3 Reflections

Sister Chelsi Boulware Sister Phaedra McLaughlin Sister Patricia Gilliam Minister Bobbie Tate

Presentations

Deacon Alfreda Green

Remarks

First Lady Jennifer Gilliam

Closing Prayer

Reverend Juanita Armistead To Our Caring Pastor’s Wife:

As we celebrate this special evening for you may peace, beauty, joy and grace brightens your life with joy. You are a great role model for all women of all ages and stages! Special thanks to Chef Douglas Catering &Trade and TMCBC Hospitality Ministry


Pastoral Installation Weekend “Pastor and People Partnering in God’s Power” Ephesians 3:20-21 Installation Banquet Saturday, September 21, 2019 4:00 p.m. The Welcome and Invocation

Reverend Dr. LaKeisha Cook

The Musical Selection The Greetings

Minister Cora Harvey Armstrong Brother Len Wright The Mount Carmel Baptist Church Pastoral Installation Committee The Honorable Tyrone Nelson Chairperson, Henrico Board of Supervisors, Varina District

The Liturgical Dance The Blessing of the Meal

Minister Camille Preston Minister Bobbie C. Tate Associate Minister, Gillfield Baptist Church, Petersburg

~ The Dinner ~ The Reflections Sister Patricia Gilliam Brother Tremayne Albert The Musical Selection Introduction to the Preacher The Musical Selection

Minister Keith Granderson, Jr. Brother Kyrie Miller Minister Cora Harvey Armstrong Sister Nicole G. Leggett Minister Cora Harvey Armstrong

The Installation Banquet Message Reverend Dr. Marcus N. Leggett “Arraigned, but Acquitted” – Acts 12:1-7 The Acknowledgements and Remarks

Reverend Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr.

Benediction

Reverend Dr. Marcus N. Leggett


Rev. Dr. Marcus Leggett’s life is dedicated to living by example and encouraging men, women and children to live up to their full potential in Christ. He is the Pastor of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, Chester, Virginia and Shiloh Baptist Church, Chesterfield Virginia. He has more than a decade of teaching and counseling, which enables him to reach others with humor, warmth, transparency and strength.

Rev. Dr. Marcus Leggett was born in Statesville, North Carolina. He is the son of Milton and Vanessa Mitchell who currently reside in Fayetteville, North Carolina and is the brother to one sister, Ajaya Mitchell. He is the husband, of twenty-one years, to the beautiful Mrs. Nicole Leggett (formerly Nicole Gilliam) and shares the joys of parenting three lovely children; Myles, Jada and Joshua Leggett. The family of five currently reside in Chesterfield, Virginia. Dr. Leggett is a 1991 graduate of Thomas Dale High School and continued his education at Elizabeth City State University where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology in 1997. It was also in 1997 that Dr. Leggett received the gift of salvation and was baptized at Union Branch Baptist Church. He was called to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ in December of 2001. In 2004, Dr. Leggett graduated with his Masters of Divinity from the Samuel Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University. On June 18, 2005 he was ordained as assistant to the pastor at Union Branch Baptist Church. On March 8, 2009, Dr. Leggett was installed as Pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church, Chesterfield Virginia. In November 2010, while pastoring at Shiloh, Dr. Leggett was called on and accepted the task of spiritual counsel to Mount Pleasant Evangelistic Church when they found themselves without a pastor. He assisted by preaching two Sunday’s a month. One year later in November, 2011, Dr. Leggett recognized God’s urging that he expand his territory and to the delight of the saints of MPBC, acceded to that urge and became the Pastor of Mount Pleasant. Dr. Leggett has always put the people at the forefront of his endeavors. It was with that thought and desire to better serve all those that he ministers to, that he pursued his Doctor of Ministry. In May 2018, he successfully earned his Doctor of Ministry from Virginia University of Lynchburg. Dr. Leggett likens himself to the Apostle Paul when he says in Romans 8:38-39 “For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord”.


Pastoral Installation Weekend “Pastor and People Partnering in God’s Power” Ephesians 3:20-21 Morning Worship Sunday, September 22, 2019 10:00 a.m. Prayer & Praise

Diaconate Ministry

Call to Worship

Reverend Juanita Armistead

Leader:

Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty heavens.

People:

Praise the Lord!

Leader:

Praise him for his acts of power; praise Him for His surpassing greatness.

People:

Praise the Lord!

Leader:

Sing to the Lord a new song, his praise in the assembly of his faithful people.

People:

Let everything that has breath praise the Lord!

All:

Praise the Lord!

Invocation Prayer Choral Response

“Hear Our Prayer”

Hymn of Praise

“Great is Thy Faithfulness” National Baptist Hymnal – #154

Choir and Congregation

Welcome of New Guests Period of Fellowship Announcements Pastoral Observations

Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr. Worship Through Prayer

The Church in Prayer

Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr.


Musical Selection:

TMCBC Mass Choir Worship Through Stewardship

Stewardship Reflection

Rev. Juanita Armistead

Offertory Prayer Offertory Musical Selection

TMCBC Mass Choir

The Doxology

Choir and Congregation Worship Through Proclamation

Mime Ministry

Bro. Solomon Hill, III Union Branch Baptist Church, Chesterfield

Introduction of the Preacher Reading of The Word

The Disciples

Musical Selection Sermon:

TMCBC Mass Choir

“Testimony of a New Day” – 1 Samuel 7:10-12 Rev. Curtis Ballard, Jr. Directional Leader of Faith Formation The Saint’s Paul Baptist Church, Richmond Worship Through Decision

The Invitation to Discipleship The Invitational Selection Benediction

Rev. Curtis Ballard, Jr. TMCBC Mass Choir Rev. Curtis Ballard, Jr.


Reverend Curtis Ballard Jr. is the son of Eula and the late Curtis Ballard, Sr. He was born and raised in Brunswick, Georgia. He graduated with honors from Savannah State University, Troy University, and the Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University. Reverend Ballard is a noted preacher and teacher. He answered his calling into the gospel ministry in the fall of 2012 and has been licensed and ordained into the gospel ministry by both the Amazing Grace World Outreach and Zion Baptist Churches. He is the former Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries for the Baptist General Convention of Virginia in Richmond, Virginia. Reverend Ballard now serves as the Directional Leader of Faith Formation at the St. Paul’s Baptist Church in Richmond, VA under the legendary leadership of Dr. Lance D. Watson, where he guides the ministry in all Spiritual, Discipleship and Leadership Development. Reverend Ballard is the proud father of two sons, Curtis “Graceson” Ballard and Christopher Glover Ballard.


Pastoral Installation Weekend “Pastor and People Partnering in God’s Power” Ephesians 3:20-21 Installation Service of Reverend Marvin Leon Gilliam, Jr. Sunday, September 22, 2019 3:00 p.m. The Musical Prelude Processional Installation Service Participants Deacons Ministry Deaconess Ministry Trustee Ministry Pastoral Search Committee Mrs. Jennifer Gilliam and Family Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr., Pastor–Elect Call to Worship and Invocation Opening Hymn

Rev. George Brown Pastor, Jerusalem Baptist Church, Waverly Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church Mass Choir

Old Testament Scripture Reading

Isaiah 6:1-8 Rev. Pierce Williams Executive Minister, Fifth Street Baptist Church, Richmond

New Testament Scripture Reading

1 Peter 5:1-4 Rev. Tiont Williams Area Director, Richmond City Young Life

Afternoon Prayer

Minister Bobbie C. Tate Associate Minister, Gillfield Baptist Church, Petersburg

Welcome

Sis. Ta-Keisha White Young Adult Ministry, The Mount Carmel Baptist Church

Musical Selection

Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church Mass Choir

Statement of Purpose Deacon Alfreda Greene Pastoral Search and Installation Committee Chairperson, The Mount Carmel Baptist Church Words of Greeting Rev. Dr. Ricardo Brown, Treasurer and Moderator Baptist Ministers Conference of Richmond and Vicinity; Shiloh Baptist Association


Dr. Leo Whitaker, Executive Minister Baptist General Convention of Virginia Rev. Dr. Gregory Howard, Interim Dean Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University Musical Selection

Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church Mass Choir

Offering Appeal and Prayer

Rev. M. Randell Williams Pastor, Shiloh Baptist Church, Ashland

Offertory Musical Selection

Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church Mass Choir

Doxology

Choir and Congregation

Introduction of the Preacher

The Mount Carmel Baptist Church Media Ministry

Musical Selection Installation Sermon

Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church Mass Choir “The Power of Witness” – Acts 5:28-32 Rev. Tyrone Nelson Pastor, Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church

Invitation to Christian Discipleship

Rev. Tyrone Nelson

The Acts of Installation Introduction of Pastor–Elect The Charge to the Pastor

The Mount Carmel Baptist Church Media Ministry Rev. Tyrone Nelson

The Charge to the Church

Rev. Dr. George W. C. Lyons Pastor, Gillfield Baptist Church, Petersburg

The Installation Covenant

Rev. Dr. Marvin L. Gilliam, Sr. Pastor, Eleven Oaks Baptist Church, Crewe

Installation Prayer and Laying on of Hands Rev. David L. Chapman Former Interim Pastor, The Mount Carmel Baptist Church, Richmond Presentation of Bible

Rev. Jameson K. McLaughlin Pastor, New Hope Baptist Church, Waverly

Presentation of Hymnal Rev. Stephen L. Artis Associate Minister, Moore Street Missionary Baptist Church, Richmond


Presentation of Robe

Deacon Bettie Gentry Deacon’s Ministry Chairperson, The Mount Carmel Baptist Church

Presentation of Keys

Trustee Edgar Duncan Trustee Ministry Chairperson, The Mount Carmel Baptist Church

Presentation to First Lady

Sis. Sandra Alexander Women’s Ministry Chairperson, The Mount Carmel Baptist Church

Presentation to the Children

Sis. Kennedy Wright and Bro. Shane Thompson Children and Youth Ministry, The Mount Carmel Baptist Church

Presentation from Congregation Rev. Juanita Armistead Minister of Christian Education, The Mount Carmel Baptist Church Remarks

First Lady Jennifer Gilliam Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr.

Closing Song

Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church Mass Choir

Benediction

Rev. Tyrone E. Nelson -----------We invite you to join us for a special reception in our Fellowship Hall at the conclusion of the Installation Worship.


Reverend Tyrone Nelson is a native of Richmond, VA. After completing his public school education, he earned his Associate of Science in Business Administration from J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College; a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University; and a Master of Divinity from the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University. Reverend Nelson is a former Director of the Youth and Evangelism Ministries for the Baptist General Convention (BGC) of VA. Reverend Nelson currently serves as the seventh pastor of the Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church in Richmond, VA. Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church, founded in 1867, has a rich history, yet continues to adapt to the needs of the 21st Century. Since Reverend Nelson became pastor, Sixth Mount Zion has shifted from being a historic church to a church that is committed to addressing issues impacting the lives of members in the congregation and community. Sixth Mount Zion values hospitality, relationship building, biblically based learning, and community impact. Guided by the mission statement of "empowering people to live a Christ-centered lifestyle", members of "The Mount" have stepped outside of the box to meet the needs of God's people in unique ways which include illustrated sermons for Resurrection Sunday; Don't Just Go to Church, Be the Church; Holistic Hurt, Wholistic Healing Conference; an annual National Night Out Block Party; and the most recently added, Mount Market. Reverend Nelson has a heart for working to meet the needs of people, using Matthew 25:34-40 as his life scripture. He is involved with several different community, religious, and civic organizations. In November 2011, Reverend Nelson was elected to the Board of Supervisors in Henrico County representing the Varina District. He is currently the board's chairperson. Reverend Nelson's current commitments are many. He has memberships on several boards. A few are listed below: • • • • • •

Virginia Commonwealth University Board of Visitors CodeVA Richmond Metropolitan Transportation Authority Richmond Regional Planning District Commission, Executive Committee Capital Region Airport Commission Board Member Virginia State Compensation Board, Chairperson

• Reverend Nelson is married to the former Sharaza Cotman and they are the proud parents of Tyrone Jr., Sydney and Makenzie.


The Charge to the Pastor Minister:

We believe that the call to the pastorate comes from both God and God’s people. You, Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr, present yourself in this place at this time to be installed as the pastor of The Mount Carmel Baptist Church. Will you in all truth affirm your covenant to God and this people?

Pastor-Elect:

I will.

Minister:

Do you affirm your faith in God, the Creator, and in Jesus Christ, the Redeemer, and the Holy Spirit, the Abiding Presence? Do you believe that in Jesus Christ humankind has been set free from bondage of sin and death, and that the church has been called to proclaim to the world this good news?

Pastor-Elect:

I do.

Minister:

Do you believe that you have been truly called of God to be the pastor of this congregation?

Pastor-Elect:

I do.

Minister:

Do you promise before God and this congregation to be a faithful teacher and preacher of the Word of God as found in the Holy Scriptures, to lead this congregation in worship that is worthy of the glory of God, to be a faithful pastor to this people and to equip them for their ministry in the world?

Pastor-Elect:

I will, God being my helper.

The Charge to the Church Minister:

We believe, according to God’s Holy Word, that God gives pastors after God’s own heart. You, The Mount Carmel Baptist Church, present yourself in this place and at this time to acknowledge the fact that God has given to you, Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr., a pastor after God’s own heart, as your pastor. Will you in truth affirm your covenant to God and to the pastor that God has given you?

Congregation:

We will.

Minister:

Do you affirm your faith in God, the Creator, and in Jesus Christ, the Redeemer, and the Holy Spirit, the Abiding Presence? Do you believe that in Jesus Christ humankind has been set free from bondage of sin and death, and that the church has been called to proclaim to the world this good news?


Congregation:

We do.

Minister:

Do you believe that Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr. has been truly called of God to be the pastor of this congregation?

Congregation:

We do.

The Installation Covenant Minister:

Pastor Gilliam, will you commit to faithfully preach the whole counsel of God’s Word, in season and out, without apology and compromise?

Pastor:

I will.

Minister:

Mount Carmel, will you commit to faithful attention and application of the preaching of God’s word in corporate worship, receiving it not as the word of man, but the Word of God?

Congregation:

We will.

Minister:

Pastor Gilliam, will you commit to lead this church by being a personal example and gospel witness in your own life to this congregation and community?

Pastor:

I will.

Minister:

Mount Carmel, will you commit to honor the Scripture by recognizing it as God’s all-sufficient, living, and authoritative Word?

Congregation:

We will.

Minister:

Pastor Gilliam, will you commit to be God’s leader in your own home, teaching your family the things of God according to the Scripture and leading them to love Christ and His church by word, action, and example?

Pastor:

I will.

Minister:

Mount Carmel, will you commit to love your pastor, praying for him and his family rather than complaining about him, honoring him as one who labors in Word and doctrine for the good of your soul and recognizing him as the shepherd God has given you?


Congregation:

We will.

Minister:

Pastor Gilliam, will you commit yourself to loving this congregation by praying fervently for those Christ purchased with His own blood and has now given you to shepherd in this church?

Pastor Gilliam: Minister:

I will. Mount Carmel, will you commit to give sacrificially of your time, resources, and energies to the work of Kingdom building, employing your spiritual gifts for the edification of the church and exaltation of Christ?

Congregation:

We will.

Minister:

Pastor Gilliam, will you do everything in your power to lead God’s people by protecting them from false teaching and false teachers?

Pastor:

I will.

Minister:

Mount Carmel, will you commit to stand alongside your pastor in enacting loving church discipline when necessary, for the purpose of individual repentance and restoration, the honor of Christ and the purity of the church?

Congregation:

We will.

Minister:

Pastor and people, will you commit to laying aside your personal preferences in order to strive for the unity of the church and with all your actions building up this body of believers, while forsaking all gossip, slander, negative talk realizing you will give an account for every idle word?

Pastor & Congregation: Minister:

Pastor & Congregation:

We will, God being our helper. Pastor and people, will you commit to self-sacrificially and courageously seek the salvation of the lost in all generations by every biblical means and labor to spread the gospel to all people and transform them into disciples of Jesus Christ? We will, Go being our helper.

Minister, Pastor, & Congregation: “Now to him who is able to do above and beyond all that we ask or think according to the power that works in us—to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen.”


Deacon Alfreda Greene, Chairperson Deacon William King Trustee Edgar Duncan Trustee Thelma Fant Brother James Johnson Sister Hannah Warren Deaconess Gladys Williams Brother Len Wright Deaconess Brenda Carter


TO GOD BE THE GLORY FOR THE GREAT THINGS HE HAS DONE!


Congratulations Rev. Marvin Gilliam On your installation

We welcome you and your family to The Mount Carmel Baptist Church! We sing praises to our God for sending you our way!

TMCBC Music Ministry “Sing Praises to God, Sing Praises; Sing Praises to our king, Sing Praises” - Psalm 47:6

Deacon George P. Armistead III Rev. Juanita B. Armistead “

Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.” Proverbs 3:5-6

Congratulations Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr., & First Lady Jennifer Gilliam We, the trustees of The Mount Carmel Baptist Church, strive through the power of the Holy Spirit, to be used as vessels for Christ in this branch of Zion. Serving in unity, we embrace the vision of the church and support the work of the Pastor in the perfecting of the saints for the work of the ministry for the edifying of the body of Christ.

TMCBC TRUSTEE MINISTRY Trustee Juliette Canada

Trustee Berkeley A. Davis

Trustee Edgar Duncan – Chairperson

Trustee Thelma Fant

Trustee Donna Mitchell

Trustee Kevin Stallings


CONGRATULATIONS AND BLESSINGS To Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr. on your installation

Ministries of Christian Education And Sunday School Learning Without Limits through the Word of God “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”2 Tim 2:15 (KJV)


Congratulations Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr., & First Lady Jennifer Gilliam TMCBC Men's Ministry

African American Males REACHING OUT TO TOUCH WITHIN Congratulations

Rev. Marvin Gilliam Jr. From TMCBC Prayer Ministry


On Behalf of the Woolfolk Family, the late Ida P. & Herman L. Woolfolk, Sr., the late Minister Gloria C. Woolfolk & Herman L. Woolfolk III. I pray for God’s Blessings upon Our New Pastor & Family, the Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr.


Congratulations! Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr. On your Installation as Pastor of The Mount Carmel Baptist Church May God Bless your Vision for the church! Annette M. Walker and Family

In Memory of my Family! My husband: Jerry Mixon, Dad: Jimmie Williams, Mother: Ola Mae Williams, Brother: James Williams, Sister: Reaner Washington. We will always remember you all in our hearts. From Deacon Alberta Mixon& Children: Chiquita, Jermaine, Destiny & Chaquan


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Dr. George W.C. Lyons, Jr. and the Gillfield Baptist ChurchPetersburg, Virginia congratulate The Reverend Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr. On Your Installation as Pastor of The Mount Carmel Baptist ChurchRichmond, Virginia

Trust in the Lord with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He will direct your paths. Proverbs 3:5-6

209 Perry Street – Petersburg, Virginia 23803 (Office) 804-732-3565 – (Fax) 804-863-2147 www.Gillfield.com E-mail: GBC209@aol.com


On Your

Pastor, Rev. Dr. Price & Leading Lady Laura Along with the Mosby family pray God’s blessings on you as you begin this journey as pastor and people.

Sunday~ 9:00 A.M. Church School | 10:30 A.M. Morning Worship Wednesday~ 12:00 Noon Bible Study | 7:00 P.M. Bible Study 2901 Mechanicsville Turnpike Richmond, VA 23223 804-648-2472 ~ www.mosbymemorial.org We Are #MOSBYSTRONG


1902 Rosewood Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23220

Congratulations to Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr, Pastor-elect and The Mount Carmel Baptist Church Family As Pastor and People o

Rev. Dr. Michael L.W. Moore, Pastor Rev. Dr. Christy S. Moore, Assistant Pastor Office: 804-359-5239 Fax: 804-359-1930 Website: www.mtvernononline.org


Congratulations Rev. Marvin Gilliam, Jr. 
 on your Installation as Pastor of The Mount Carmel Baptist Church!

Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church 14 W Duval St | Richmond, VA 23220 804-648-7511 | www.smzbc.org Rev. Tyrone Nelson, Pastor Empowering People to Live a Christ-centered Lifestyle.


Third Baptist Church congratulates

Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam , Jr. on your Installation as Pastor of

Mount Carmel Baptist Church “And I will give you pastors according to mine heart, which shall feed you with knowledge and understanding.�

Jeremiah 3:15 KVJ

Third Baptist Church 461 Godwin Street * Portsmouth, Virginia 23704 757-393-9312 officestaff@tbc.hrcoxmail.com * www.tbcport.com

Joseph A. Fleming, Senior Pastor - Joe B. Fleming, Pastor Emeritus


Congratulations to The Mount Carmel Baptist Church family! WELCOME! Pastor Marvin L. Gilliam Jr., and First Lady Jennifer Gilliam

On behalf of Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Richmond, VA, Rev. Dr. Cory J. Taylor extends his best wishes for continued service to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

“Grateful for our past and confident about our future.� 1 Samuel 7 :12


Congratulations Rev. Marlin L. Gilliam, Jr. as Pastor of The Mount Carmel Baptist Church “Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and to all the flock, over the which the Holy Ghost hath made you overseers, to feed the church of God, which he hath purchased with his own blood.� (Acts 20:28 KJV)


Congratulations to

The Mount Carmel Baptist Church on the Installation of your new Pastor, Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr. from the Sixth Baptist Church

400 South Addison Street, Richmond, Virginia 23220 Rev. Dr. Yvonne Jones Bibbs, Pastor Website: www.sixthbaptistchurch.org Facebook: sixthbaptistrva Twitter: sixthbaptistrva Telephone: (804) 359~1691


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Congratulations to

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Congratulations!

Congratulations Rev. Marvin L Gilliam, Jr. And The Mount Carmel Baptist Church From Fairfield Baptist Church Family God Bless You!

Rev. Marvin L Gilliam, Jr. and The Mount Carmel Baptist Church On Your Installation Celebration!

Rev. Darrell Taylor, Senior Pastor

Pastor Jameson K. McLaughlin, First Lady Phaedra McLaughlin and the New Hope Baptist Church, Waverly, Virginia

May God continue to bless you abundantly!

Congratulations Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr. Rev. Sarah Dabney, Minister of Visitation Deaconess Gladys Williams, Chairperson Ministry of Visitation Office* (804)226-1172 Fax* (804)226-4634 Email*dabney@themountcarmel.org

The Mount Carmel Baptist Church 3200 East Broad Street Richmond, Virginia, 23223

PATRONS Sister Lois Alexander

Sister Sandra Alexander

Sister Catherine Barkley

Sister Althea Catlett

Brother James Catlett

Reverend Sarah Dabney

Deacon Bettie Gentry

Sister Barbara Johnson

Sister Frances Kittrell

Brother Joseph Lomax

Sister Hannah Warren

Sister Regina Warren


The Pastoral Installation Committee sincerely thanks each person that traveled near and far to celebrate this momentous occasion. It is your love and support that made this weekend special. We would especially like to thank: Ashton Creative Group, Cameron Robinson Photography, Deaconess Brenda Carter, Douglas Catering and Trade, Brother Gaither and Sister Rebecca Beard, and The Mount Carmel Baptist Church Hospitality Ministry. We acknowledge all The Mount Carmel Baptist Church disciples, ministries and auxiliaries that contributed to this event. We could not have done it without you! Your support, contributions, and partnership meant so much to us! On behalf of our Pastor, Rev. Marvin L. Gilliam, Jr., to all friends, and family that joined in our celebration, we love you, we appreciate you and we thank God for you. With sincere gratitude, The Mount Carmel Baptist Church Pastoral Search & Pastoral Installation Committee


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Pastoral Installation of Souvenir Journal - The Mount Carmel Baptist Church  

Pastoral Installation of Souvenir Journal - The Mount Carmel Baptist Church