Dr. Michael T. Williams assumed his responsibilities as Pastor of College Hill Missionary Baptist Church, on October 10, 2010. Pastor Williams, a native Mississippian, was born in Greenville. He received his early education from the Greenville Public Schools, where he excelled in academics and athletics. 

He received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Management from Mississippi State University; the Master of Theology degree and Doctorate of Ministry degree from Andersonville Theological Seminary, Camilla, GA. Additionally, he has done Theological Studies at Memphis Theological Seminary. 

Dr. Williams' pastoral service expands over two decades beginning as Senior Pastor of Mount Vernon Missionary Baptist Church, Yazoo City and Saint Paul Missionary Baptist Church, Greenville, 1984-1987. He then moved to Clarksdale, MS, where he served for ten years as Senior Pastor of Chapel Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 1987-1997.

The Pastor
In 1997, Dr. Williams left Mississippi to serve as Senior Pastor of Second Baptist Church, Ypsilanti, Michigan, until 2000. From 2000 until 2005, he served as Senior Pastor, Oberlin Baptist Church, Raleigh, North Carolina; and from 2005-2010, he served as Senior Pastor, Shiloh Baptist Church, Erie, Pennsylvania. In October 2010, Dr. Williams became the 14th Pastor of College Hill Missionary Baptist Church. 

Dr. Williams is an experienced leader, having served as First Vice President, General Missionary Baptist Church and Education State Convention of Mississippi; Vice President, General Missionary Baptist State Convention of Mississippi; Vice President, General Missionary Baptist and Education State Congress of Mississippi; Vice President, Washington County General Missionary Baptist and Educational Sunday School and Baptist Training Union Congress of Christian Education; Moderator, Coahoma County Baptist District Association; Vice Moderator, Huron Valley District Association; Treasurer, Board of Trustees, Natchez College; Treasurer, General Missionary Baptist and Education Association; Pennsylvania Governor’s Advisory Commission on African American Affairs; President, African American Concerned Clergy of Erie, Pennsylvania. 

Dr. Michael T. Williams has a passion for preaching and teaching. By his own admission, he is a born again child of God called by Him to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ to a dying world. He contends that our number one responsibility, as Church, is to get the Word out and to get it straight. Thus, his main focus is evangelism. His philosophy is echoed by the writer in Proverbs:

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not to your own understanding. 
In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths.

Proverbs 3:5-6
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