Reverend Peggy S. Williams was born on October 8, 1941, in Dallas, Texas. She is a proud mother and
grandmother, one child deceased.
Minister Williams is a graduate of the Southern Baptist Institute of Dallas, Texas, receiving diplomas for
Basic and Advanced Religious studies in 1981—1989, and was licensed to preach the Gospel on October
20, 2000, at the Bexar Street Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas, Reverend C. C. Robertson, Pastor.
Minister Peggy S. Williams holds a Bachelors Degree in Evangelism from the Rialto Community Bible
College, Rialto, California, granted in 1991. She is a retired licensed Vocation Nurse with over thirty-five
years experience in the field. She has been a member of New Hope Baptist Church since January, 2002.
Minister Williams is currently a student at the Dallas Baptist University, studying Christian Ministries.
Reverend Harold P. Davis grew up in Dallas, Texas, and is a Graduate of SMU Cox School of Business
Caruth Institute, for the Trinity Industries Entrepreneurship Development Program a company where he
has been employed for 23 years. Reverend Davis has done studies at Southern Bible Institute in the
Reverend Davis was licensed to preach at New Hope Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev Alfred
Walker Jr in 2006.
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|Reverend Charles E. Reese. Sr
Minister In Residence.
Reverend Charles Edward Reese, Sr., is a native of Dallas, Texas, the fifth child born of the late Morris and
Gladys Reese. Receiving the B.A. and the M.Th. degrees from Bishop College and Southern Methodist
University, Perkins School of Theology respectively, the doctorate was earned from Eden Theological
Seminary in 1988. Further study was done at Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve
Dr. Reese is a past and present member of several civic and religious organizations. Among them are:
Member, Mt. Zion Lodge of the Masonic Order #125; Founder/CEO - Jubilee Resource initiatives;
Organizer/Founder/President-SCLC (Southern Christian Leadership Conference) Colin County; Mentor -
Plano ISD students and Dallas County, and an assortment of other non-profit organizations nationwide.
Dr. Reese has traveled extensively. He has conducted preaching/teaching missions and conferences in Asia,
Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the Continental United States. But his greatest passion for life is
embodied in his wife, Annie Eloise, three adult children, and ten grandchildren.
Celebrating 144 Years:
Dallas' Oldest African-American Christian Witness,
"The Mother Church"
Founded in 1873 by African-Americans