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Rev. Lester L. Williams Jr.

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District Facilities Manager

Phone: (469) ***-****  
Email: l***@***.com
Local Address:  Texas , United States
Target Corporation
1000 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis , Minnesota 55403
United States

Company Description: Minneapolis-based Target Corporation (NYSE: TGT) serves guests at nearly 1800 stores and at Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its profit to...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member With Educational and Tutorial Services
    Zion M.B.C. of East Chicago
  • Youth Advisor
    Zion M.B.C. of East Chicago


  • B.A. , Secondary English Education
    Xavier University
  • Masters in Religious Education degree
    New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Doctorate of Ministry degree
    Drew University
  • Central High School
72 Total References
Web References
Queens Federation of Churches, 24 Jan 2009 [cached]
Bishop Lester L. Williams Queens Federation of Churches
Bishop Lester L. Williams
Bishop Lester L. Williams was born in Putnam, Alabama, in Marengo County, and he began his career in the New Orleans and Jefferson Parish School Systems after graduating from Xavier University. He was called into the Gospel Ministry in January 1976 and furthered his studies at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary where he received a M.R.E. degree in January 1982. In 1993, he received his Doctorate of Ministry degree from Drew University in Madison, New Jersey. Because of his outstanding work and leadership, Bishop was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Divinity by the Saint Thomas Christian College of Jacksonville, Florida, in November 2004.
Bishop Lester L. Williams is currently the Chief Prelate of The Community Churches of Christ International and Senior Pastor of the Community Church of Christ, Jamaica, New York. As Chief Apostle, Pastor, and Leader of the CCC for 20 years and CCCI for 9 years, Bishop has initiated several thriving ministries and programs that benefit both the local and international church and surrounding communities. As the Chief Prelate of CCCI, he has traveled extensively to South Africa and Zambia where he has earned the respect of Big Poppa. He has held more than 15 yearly leadership conferences where he has helped our brothers and sisters in Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Lusaka to reach their fullest potential in the kingdom. He took an entourage bi-annually in February and August to establish ministries, train pastors and church leaders, and to pour into their lives.
Jobs, 1 Jan 2014 [cached]
In July of 2005, Apostle Williams was appointed as Overseer-elect of New Members with Community Churches of Christ International in Jamaica Queens, New York, Bishop Lester L. Williams, Presiding Prelate. He serves as 1st assistant to the Presiding Prelate with Vision Fellowship of Churches And Ministries International , Apostle Carter Videau, Presiding Prelate. Apostle was consecrated to the office of an Apostle in April 2011. He also serves as Financial Secretary of PULL (Pastors United to Lift Lives) in Kenner, Louisiana. Apostle Williams was a former Board member with WYP (What's Your Problem) Educational & Tutorial Services and he has served as Youth advisor with Zion M.B.C. of East Chicago, where Rev. Dr. J.C. Wade is Pastor. Apostle Williams' Apostolic covering and mentors are Apostle Tony Westley, Prophetess Ina Westley, Bishop Lester L. Williams and Overseer Shirley Williams.
Food that otherwise would have been ..., 18 July 2013 [cached]
Food that otherwise would have been dumped in the trash bin is collected for Pastor Lester Williams, who runs a community church and outreach center in North Minneapolis.
The program is called "rock and wrap," and Williams said he coordinates about 20 food pickups a week from restaurants to distribute to struggling families and the homeless. Target Field is a regular stop on the route after every Twins home game.
"We were feeding people before Target Field came into place, but it's become a wonderful addition because those hot dogs are pretty good, man," Williams said. "It's a wonderful extra staple with the steaks, chicken and hamburger."
It is 11:30 p.m., long after the postgame fireworks show ended and the last of the players filed out of the stadium, when a car slowly pulls up. Out steps one of Williams' associates wearing a New Jersey Nets basketball jersey to greet Thomas and accept the donation.
Williams estimates his ballpark pickups feed about 15 people per day. He would like to help more but cannot warehouse any more food at his Brooklyn Park storage facility.
"I didn't intend to do this. God put this in my heart, and I've stayed with it," he said. "Food is not a want. Food is a need. If we didn't have this for some of these families I don't know what we'd do."
As Williams' mission continues, so does the work at the Target Field.
Bishop Lester Williams, ..., 6 Jan 2014 [cached]
Bishop Lester Williams, senior pastor for the Community Church of Christ in Jamaica, Queens, sat on a similar panel Wednesday at the Apollo Theater observed by the recruits.
"I told them how I hate it when you just stop me and say, 'license and registration,' without telling me why I'm being stopped and without even knowing who I am,"Williams said. "It's the attitude," some officers display that can be perceived as insulting and even threatening, he said. The training is important, said Williams, because it is not in response to tragedies, such as the Sean Bell shooting, but "before the fact" and helps diverse recruits understand diverse communities. But, he said, "I'd really like to see them go into these communities and listen.
Written by Bishop Lester ... [cached]
Written by Bishop Lester Williams
Bishop Lester Williams is senior pastor of the Community Church of Christ in Jamaica, Queens.
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