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Dr. David N. Brown, Sr.

Senior Pastor


When we became Senior Pastor at Christ Memorial in the fall of 1993, we were faced with many challenges. The church was a white stone concrete building, in need of repair and remodeling.   Phil. 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”.  The church has gone through complete renovations. My wife and I and all the great members both past and present are so grateful.


God has placed so much love within the walls that even strangers can feel the warmth when they enter into the doors. As a result Christ Memorial outreach Ministries have grown tremendously.


We are so grateful for our head officials of the Holy Church of God in Christ. Our General Bishop Larry Brown, Vice Bishop Dr. David Brown , our Overseer Nathaniel Malloy, Pastor Jerome Williams , Youth Pastor David Brown Jr. and all our ministers of God. A special thanks for my father the late Minister David L. Brown Sr. for how he taught us how to be an example before the flock.


I personally would like to thank my wife, First Lady Margo Brown, an anointed woman of God, our sons , daughter in laws, our grandchildren and our great loving church family for all the love and support they have given. We could not have done it without you all.

We are fully aware of the signs of the times and we thank God for a Bible based church that is solid and standing on the rock of Jesus. As we move forward we must trust God for the results.


Thank you so much again for your support and prayers and may God Bless you.


Pastor Bishop Dr. David N. Brown

Dr. David N. Brown, Sr.
Senior Pastor

Vice-Bishop David N. Brown gave his life to the Lord in March of 1974. He began his ministry in 1978. Pastor Brown married Margo J. Williams on July 26, 1980. The Lord has blessed them with four wonderful sons, David Brown Jr. married to Stephanie Brown; Daniel Brown married to Ebony Brown; Timothy Brown, and Johnathan Brown. Both Pastor Brown and First-lady Brown are educators. Pastor Brown received his B.A. degree in History from Winston-Salem State University in May of 1979. He received his Master's Degree in History in December of 1992 from Fayetteville State University. 

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