Herbert Daughtry

Herbert D. Daughtry

National Presiding Minister at The House of the Lord Church

415 ATLANTIC AVE, Brooklyn, New York, United States
HQ Phone:
(718) 596-1991

General Information


Senior Pastor, House - Lord Church on Atlantic Avenue

Chairman - National Religious Leaders of African Ancestry

Founder and Chair - Emeritus Corporation

Ecclesiastical Chief Executive Officer - Democratic National Convention

Senator - Dayin Chen/Epoch Times


college degree

doctorate in ministry

honorary doctorate degreesSeton Hall University

honorary doctorate degreesState University of New York

master's degree - religious education , New York Theological Seminary


Founder - Downtown Brooklyn Neighborhood Alliance

Chairman Emeritus - National Black

Member - Transatlantic Genealogical Society

Chairman Emeritus - National Black United Front

President - African People's Organization

Founder - Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Now Committee

Vice Chairperson of the Board of Directors - Bedford Stuyvesant Youth

Member - Jackson's National Campaign Committee

Recent News  

The Kalisha Memorial Project - Downtown Brooklyn Neighborhood Alliance

In 2008, after the funeral of her 12-year-old daughter who died from suicide, Ms. Celeste Clarke came together with Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtry, Pastor of The House of The Lord Church, in an effort to address the growing suicide problem.
In early May 2013, at the first meeting attended by Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtry, Ms. Celeste Clarke, and Mr. Khorey Rice, a Youth Leader at The House of the Lord Church, Ms. Sharon Daughtry, the Executive Director of The Downtown Brooklyn Neighborhood Alliance, suggested the name, "The Kalisha Project.

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Our Founder - Downtown Brooklyn Neighborhood Alliance

Rev. Dr. Herbert D. Daughtry Sr., Founder and Chair Emeritus
The Reverend Dr. Herbert Daughtry hails from a family which has produced five generations of Black church leaders.Born in Savannah, Georgia, and raised on the streets of Brooklyn, New York and Jersey City, New Jersey, Reverend Daughtry has risen to positions of national and international prominence. urrently National Presiding Minister of The House of the Lord Churches, he has previously served as Chairman of the National Black United Front, and Founder and President of the African People's Christian Organization. ore than 50 years of involvement in church and community service has earned him the title, "The People's Pastor. Reverend Daughtry's long career of activism began with the civil rights struggles in the 1950s, working in collaboration with Brooklyn CORE and Operation Breadbasket, and continuing with his participation in the fight for community control of schools in the late 1960s. In 1976, as a result of the killing of 15-year-old Randolph Evans by a New York City police officer, Reverend Daughtry became a major force in organizing the Coalition of Concerned Leaders and Citizens to Save Our Youth.

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Kudos to Reverend Herbert Daughtry: Reflections on the Barclay's Center | The Berkman Law Office Blog

Kudos to Reverend Herbert Daughtry: Reflections on the Barclay's Center
Yesterday I received a beautiful, heartfelt email of gratitude from Brooklyn's Reverend Herbert Daughtry, National Presiding Minister of the House of the Lord Churches located on Atlantic Avenue. He was responding to an email I had sent him on Tuesday. I will not post the Reverend's response email, but I will say that it was beautifully written and expressed and he cc'ed his response and my email to Bruce Ratner and the staff of Forrest City Ratner and he sent warm regards to my father Charles Berkman. Here is a copy of my email. I wrote it in the third person because I wasn't sure if the email was going directly to him or not. I was impressed with Reverend Daughtry's appearance on News 12 Brooklyn this morning, talking about the Barclay's Center. A resident of Brooklyn for the last 18 years or so and a downtown Brooklyn small person within my own faith, I sensed in Reverend Daughtry a great Kudos to Reverend Herbert Daughtry: Reflections on the Barclay's Center Kudos to Reverend Herbert Daughtry: Reflections on the Barclay's Center

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