Rev. Sylvia E. Randolph
Rev. Sylvia E. Randolph was Pastor of Christ Center Ministries Baptist Church of Gaithersburg Maryland and an active member of the Black Ministers Conference of Montgomery County in the mid-2010s during the presidency of Rev. Dr. LaVern Wilson. Rev. Randolph was the widow of Deacon Walter E. Randolph and proud mother of three daughters, a granddaughter, seven stepchildren and one great grandchild. She was a retiree of the Prince George’s County Public Schools system where she worked as a Specialist Educator. With deep family and ministerial ties to New York City, she often traveled to Greater Tabernacle Baptist Church NY, NY to visit friends. Pastor Randolph was a fiery preacher that refused to compromise on the matters of the Lord. She was known for calling out sin no matter the station of the person. In her later years, her joy was seeing her family reunited and serving in the ministry of Christ Centered Ministries Baptist Church as Deacons and lay leaders. Rev. Sylvia E. Randolph will be a minister on the wall whose clarion call to salvation will be missed.
Rev. Leon Grant
Rev. Leon Grant volunteered his time and talent to serve the Black Minister’s Conference as one of its presidents. Rev. Grant played an intricate role in the establishment of the Black Minsters Conference of Montgomery County. With a captivating smile and a warm hand shake, he often opened the doors of Mount Calvary Baptist Church to the conference for meetings and the annual recognition of the Paul Lawrence Vance Scholarship Award.
Rev. Louise Malbon-Reddix
Rev. Malbon-Reddix was dedicated to the Conference. She served three terms as Conference Secretary, and many years as our Conference Retreat Planner and as the Chair of the Health and Wellness Committee. The Black Ministers Conference cherishes the memory of her life and leadership. Louise expressed an extreme level of care for ensuring that Conference members understood the value of taking care of our health. She would provide information monthly, whether in attendance or absent. We truly appreciate the work she did to help make the BMCMC an organization that represents well the Kingdom of God and the African American Clergy of Montgomery County.
Rev. Dr. Haywood Robinson, III, President
Rev. Paulette Stevens
We, the members of the Black Ministers Conference of Montgomery County Maryland wish to publicly give honor and express our appreciation for the service rendered to us by the Late Rev. Dr. Paulette Stevens who graciously served as President of the Black Ministers Conference 2005 -2007, where she led us through the celebration of the 25 Anniversary of the Black Ministers Conference.
Rev. Dr. Elwood Gray, President
Rev. James A. Harris
We, the members of the Black Ministers Conference of Montgomery County Maryland wish to publicly give honor and express our appreciation for the service rendered to us by the Late Rev. James A. Harris who served as a Past President of the Black Ministers Conference.
Rev. Dr. Elwood Gray, President
Dr. Paul L. Vance
The members of the Black Ministers Conference of Montgomery County Maryland wish to publicly give honor and express our appreciation for the service rendered to us by the Late Paul L. Vance who encouraged many students through the Paul L. Vance Education Scholarship.