|Rev. Clyde W. Roach||1978 - 1990|
|Rev. William M. Gray||1990 - 1992|
|Elder Carl E. Hines||1992 - 1966|
|Robert E. Pierce||1966 - 2000|
|Rev. Dr. W. Braxton Cooley||2000 - 2004|
|Bishop David M. Screven||2005 - 2009|
|Rev. Dr. Brenda M. Alton||2009 - 2011|
|Apostle Dr. A. E. Sullivan, Jr.||2011 - 2015|
|Rev. Dr. Earl L. Harris||2015 - 2019|
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Bishop David M. Screven was called to the ministry in 1961. He was ordained as an Elder in 1966. Bishop Screven has been spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ for almost 60 years.In 1976, with the leading of the Lord, Bishop Dewitt A. Burton appointed then, Elder Screven as the pastor of Emanuel Church of God in Christ. In 2011, Elder Screven was consecrated a Bishop in the Church of God in Christ. He has worked on many committees for the national denomination of the Church of God in Christ, and is currently the Chairman of the Screening Committee that screens all candidates for all elected positions. Bishop Screven was instrumental in the development of the Installation of Officers ceremony for newly elected IMC officers. Bishop Screven was appointed to the position of Special Assistant to the Chairman of the General Assembly in which he helps oversee the operation of the legislative body of the national Church of God in Christ.
Bishop Screven has devoted his life to the service of others. He has coined the phrase "It's nice to be nice." Under his leadership, his local church has developed various ministries designed to enrich the total man. He currently is on the Executive Committee of the IMC, providing wisdom and leadership for all the IMC’s endeavors.
REV. DR. BRENDA ALTON is a respected preacher, prophetic voice, and prayer warrior; best known as a woman of faith and a champion of perseverance. Her teaching motivates individuals, leaders of churches, and businesses to excel and apprehend their best. Her strong compassion for transformation comes through her incredible life’s journey which she contributes as the hands that have molded her into the person she is today.
Traveling throughout the United States and internationally, she has given her life to building leaders, instructing and motivating persons in their gifts and calling. As a community advocate, Brenda is a catalyst for change and a grassroots organizer who models servant leadership.
As a person of faith and an ordained minister: She founded the Kingdom Embassy formerly known as Harambee United Church of Christ (15 years as Senior Pastor), Holistic Hands Community Development Corporation, Teaching Teachers’ Bible Institute, Sweet Love of Jesus Ministries and she was the first female president of the Interdenominational Ministers’ Conference of Greater Harrisburg, served in the Office of the Mayor for the City of Harrisburg, and pursued the Office of Lieutenant Governor, Commonwealth of PA (2014); a contributor for SUAVV Magazine, the Urban Connection, and Woman Connect Magazine.
Currently, she is the CEO of BMA Resources, LLC (consulting business), and the Chief Encouraging Officer of Brenda Alton Ministries (BAM!). As the first in her family to go to college, she is a graduate of Bradford Business School, Virginia Union University, Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology, Kingdom University, and Phoenix University of Theology. Currently, she is the System Manager, Spiritual Care Services, and a certified Chaplain, for UPMC Pinnacle and a candidate for a Ph.D. in Administration and Leadership Studies for Nonprofit and Public Sectors (2021) through Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She sits on numerous boards and has received numerous awards and honors.
She is supported by her loving husband, Thomas Alton, and she treasures her blended family of 7 children, 11 grandchildren.
Rev. Dr. Brenda Alton walks in the hope of Jeremiah 29:11, loves God and God’s people, and believes leaving a legacy is more important than becoming a legend.
Apostle Dr. A. E. Sullivan, Jr. was baptized in 1972 and gave his life to the Lord in 1974. He has been in Kingdom Ministry & Christian Service since April 1980 and he is the Founder & Senior Pastor Emeritus of The Victory Outreach Christian Church (VOCC) in Harrisburg, PA., which was established in January 1999.
He is the Founder & Chief Apostle of GTGAN, which has churches & ministries in 60 nations.
Apostle Sullivan has preached the Gospel of Jesus Christ in over 150 cities in 32 nations in North America, South America, Africa, Asia, Europe, Caribbean and Middle East to different people of various nationalities, religions, denominations, and socio-economic backgrounds. He has been invited to preach in over 100 nations.
Bishop Sullivan spoke and advocated many times at the PA. State Capitol as he fought for the voters, taxpayers, churches, families, minimum wage workers, labor unions, public educators, small business owners, minority contractors, and many other groups across the Commonwealth of PA.
Apostle Sullivan served in numerous capacities, roles and positions over the years including The IMC of Greater Harrisburg: Executive Board Member, 1st Vice President, and President.