Home
Slider

URGENT NOTICES:
ALL GMBC PROGRAMS AND EVENTS ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19
Click Here to Read Letter from GMBC President, Rev. Dr. Kenneth B. Martin

 

NATIONAL BLACK FAITH & CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS ENCOURAGING COMMUNITIES TO "STAY AT HOME"
Rev. Al Sharpton (NAN), Rev. Dr. W. Franklyn Richardson (CNBC), Sherrilyn Ifill (NAACP LDF), Marc Morial (NUL), Derrick Johnson (NAACP), Melanie Campbell (BWR), Kristen Clarke (Lawyers’ Committee) & the Heads of the Nation’s Nine Largest Historically Black Religious Denominations Encourage Communities to Stay at Home
Click Here to Read Complete Press Release

Condolences and Prayers for Rev. Marcus Anthony

5f63782ae72ed

Our heartfelt prayers and condolences goest out to Rev. Marcus Anthony.

His calling of the ministry was answered after joining Shiloh C.M.E. Church at an early age. He was baptized at Upper Mt. Zion Baptist Church by Rev. J.W. Cummings. He joined Faulks Chapel Baptist Church in Jeffersonville, GA in December 1977. He was licensed and ordained April 1978 by Rev. R.L. White, Sr. and served as youth pastor of Faulks Chapel Baptist Church for a period of time.

Rev. Anthony pastored 12 Missionary Baptist Churches from 1979-2012 in the St. John Association, Second Montgomery Association, Willacoochee Association, Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Association, Little River Association, and the Dodge County Progressive Association. He also served as pastor of churches in the 11th District, 12th District, and 6th District of the General Missionary Baptist Convention of GA INC. He faithfully attended the GMBC Congress of Christian Education in July and the GMBC State Convention in November yearly.

He passed from labor to reward on September 16, 2020. He was preceded in death by his brother: Rev. Tommy Gray and daughter-in-law: Ruby P. Veal.

Funeral arrangements by Fluker Funeral Home 985 Ossie Davis Parkway, Waycross, Georgia. Click Here for full obituary.