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Rev. Starlette McNeill

Minister

District of Columbia Baptist Convention

Direct Phone: (202) ***-**** ext. ***       

Email: s***@***.org

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District of Columbia Baptist Convention

1628 16Th St., Nw

Washington Dc, District of Columbia 20009

United States

Company Description

DCBC is committed to strengthening our member churches to advance God's kingdom. We strive to support our member churches by providing ministry resources and opportunities for networking, fellowship and training, and by undergirding their programs and act ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Contributor

Associated Baptist Press News

Affiliations

Fellow At the New Clergy Program
Chautauqua Institute

Education

Bachelor of Arts

Buffalo State College

D.C. Baptist Convention

Master of Divinity

Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School

Web References (42 Total References)


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Minister to Empower Congregations 202-265-1526 ext 205 starlette.mcneill@dcbaptist.org


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Starlette McNeill

Minister to Empower Congregations 202-265-1526 ext 205 starlette.mcneill@dcbaptist.org


The speed of Starlette is a ...

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The speed of Starlette is a non-issue when I realize that there is no distance between my mouth and God's ear. I don't need to do more; I need to pray more and that's not something that I can put on a checklist.

smcneill Reverend Starlette McNeill* is an associate pastor at Village Baptist Church in Bowie, Maryland and the Minister to Empower Congregations at the D.C. Baptist Convention. She writes on the social construct of race and the practice of faith at www.racelessgospel.com. Her hobbies include reading, writing, and Starbucks.


Village Baptist Church Personnel

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Rev. McNeill*

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Rev. Starlette McNeill*, Associate Pastor
A native of Pensacola, Florida, Starlette McNeill* serves as the Associate Pastor at Village Baptist Church. She became a baptized believer and confessed Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord at the age of twelve at Bibleway Holiness Church in Foley, Alabama, her mother's birthplace. While in college, she served as the president of Campus Crusade for Christ, now known as Cru. During seminary, she served the children and youth of Second Temple Baptist Church and Elim Christian Fellowship both in Buffalo, New York. She was licensed and ordained by Bishop T. Anthony Bronner, the senior pastor at Elim.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Buffalo State College and a Master of Divinity from Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School. She is also a certified abstinence instructor and life skills trainer. Committed to serving the Lord with her mind, she was a fellow at the Chautauqua Institute's New Clergy Program and Joe R. Engle's Preaching Institute at Princeton Theological Seminary. She also completed both Duke Divinity School's Foundations of Christian Leadership program and the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation's Clergy Spiritual Life and Leadership program.
Before accepting the call to serve at Village Baptist Church, Starlette served as the Coordinator for the Center for Ministerial Leadership at the D.C. Baptist Convention. As the associate pastor, she is committed to the sacred task of disciple-making, spiritual formation and pastoral care, specifically focusing on the spiritual needs of children, youth and young adults.
Starlette has interests in multicultural worship and ministry, post- racial theology, ecclesiology and Christian spirituality. She has been invited to speak before the World Council of Churches North America on the Church's role in the ministry of racial reconciliation and is a contributing author in the book Faith Forward: A Dialogue on Children, Youth and a New Kind of Christianity (Woodlake Publishers, August 2013). She writes on the race-less gospel of Jesus Christ on her blog, www.racelessgospel.com. Formerly known as The Daily Race, her writings have been featured on the Associated Baptist Press and Ethics Daily websites. She writes a monthly column for Baptist News Global.
Rev. McNeill is happily married to the Rev. John C. McNeill, Jr. whom she met while attending seminary and they have one amazing son, John III.


Village Baptist Church Personnel

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Rev. McNeill*

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Rev. Starlette McNeill*, Associate Pastor
A native of Pensacola, Florida, Starlette McNeill* serves as the Associate Pastor at Village Baptist Church. She became a baptized believer and confessed Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord at the age of twelve at Bibleway Holiness Church in Foley, Alabama, her mother's birthplace. While in college, she served as the president of Campus Crusade for Christ, now known as Cru. During seminary, she served the children and youth of Second Temple Baptist Church and Elim Christian Fellowship both in Buffalo, New York. She was licensed and ordained by Bishop T. Anthony Bronner, the senior pastor at Elim.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Buffalo State College and a Master of Divinity from Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School. She is also a certified abstinence instructor and life skills trainer. Committed to serving the Lord with her mind, she was a fellow at the Chautauqua Institute's New Clergy Program and Joe R. Engle's Preaching Institute at Princeton Theological Seminary. She also completed both Duke Divinity School's Foundations of Christian Leadership program and the Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation's Clergy Spiritual Life and Leadership program.
Before accepting the call to serve at Village Baptist Church, Starlette served as the Coordinator for the Center for Ministerial Leadership at the D.C. Baptist Convention. As the associate pastor, she is committed to the sacred task of disciple-making, spiritual formation and pastoral care, specifically focusing on the spiritual needs of children, youth and young adults.
Starlette has interests in multicultural worship and ministry, post- racial theology, ecclesiology and Christian spirituality. She has been invited to speak before the World Council of Churches North America on the Church's role in the ministry of racial reconciliation and is a contributing author in the book Faith Forward: A Dialogue on Children, Youth and a New Kind of Christianity (Woodlake Publishers, August 2013). She writes on the race-less gospel of Jesus Christ on her blog, www.racelessgospel.com. Formerly known as The Daily Race, her writings have been featured on the Associated Baptist Press and Ethics Daily websites. She writes a monthly column for Baptist News Global.
Rev. McNeill is happily married to the Rev. John C. McNeill, Jr. whom she met while attending seminary and they have one amazing son, John III.

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