Reverend Joseph Brown, Jr.
Senior Pastor

Joseph Brown, Jr. joined Providence Baptist Church in Washington D.C. and in October of 1987 was baptized where the Reverend  Dr. Carey E. Pointer Sr. was Pastor. Soon after his baptism, the chairman of the Deacon Board requested the reinstatement of the Jr. Deacon Board where Reverend Brown would soon become a member.  In September of 1988, Reverend Brown was voted in by the Church to become a Sr. Deacon. In 1989, Reverend Brown answered the call to ministry. Reverend Brown received his certificate of license to preach in May of 1990 by the Providence Baptist Church. In July of 2013, Reverend Brown was ordained by Reverend Calvin Johnson, Pastor of Lighthouse Baptist Church in Waldorf, MD.

Reverend Brown attended the Washington Baptist Seminary (under the direction of the late Reverend Dr. John T. Fowler) and Maple Springs Bible College.  He has a Bachelor of Theology from Andersonville Theological Seminary and is currently enrolled in the Master of Theology at Andersonville Theological Seminary.

Reverend Joseph Brown was born in Mount Vernon, NY and at an early age relocated to Washington, D.C.  He attended D.C. Public Schools and graduated from H. D. Woodson Senior High School.

Reverend Brown is married to the love of his life Reverend Pamela Brown and is also the proud father of their daughter Destiny G. Brown, who serves as Sr. Usher at Seed of Life Christian Ministries. Together they love watching movies and spending time with close family and friends.  Reverend Brown has an older daughter, Skye Brown.  Reverend Brown is a fun loving family man, excellent bible teacher and preacher, and a diehard Pittsburgh Steeler fan.

Reverend Pamela Brown
Assistant Pastor

Pamela Brown, in her school-aged years, attended Edgewood Baptist Church and Paramount Baptist Church in Washington D.C.  She accepted Jesus Christ as Lord over her life at the age of eighteen.  She was baptized by the late Reverend, Dr. Harold E. Trammell, Pastor of Mt. Jezreel Baptist Church in Silver Spring, MD in June of 1992.

In June of 1996, Pamela Brown joined Ebenezer A.M.E. Church in Ft. Washington, MD where the Reverend Dr. Grainger Browning and the Reverend Dr. Jo Ann Browning are Pastors.  She served to minister with the Liturgical Dance Team and maintained her membership until she and her family joined Lighthouse Baptist Church in May of 2010.

In November of 2011, Pamela Brown announced her call to the preaching ministry and was ordained in September of 2014 to preach the Gospel by the Reverend Calvin Johnson, Pastor of Lighthouse Baptist Church in Waldorf, MD.  While at Lighthouse Baptist Church she served as the Director of the Mission Ministry and Director of the Dance Ministry where she taught, choreographed, and ministered the Word of God through the movement of Dance.

In July of 2012, Reverend Brown graduated with a Certificate of License as a Liturgical Dance Teacher from the Sons of Zadok Program of Study under the Leadership of Pastor Sabrina McKenzie, Founder of the International Dance Commission and Dancing Preachers International in Atlanta,GA.

Reverend Brown holds a Bachelors in Management Studies and a Masters in Project Management from the University of Maryland University College in College Park, MD.  She is currently enrolled in the Masters of Divinity Program at Andersonville Theological Seminary.

Reverend Brown is a native Washingtonian, attended D. C. Public schools and is married to the Reverend Joseph Brown, Jr.  She is also the proud mother of their daughter, Destiny G. Brown, who serves as Sr. Usher at Seed of Life Christian Ministries (SOLCM) in Waldorf, MD.

Reverend Pamela Brown is a humbled servant of God who acknowledges her abilities and strength are in no way manifested without the love and grace of our Lord and Savior Jesus the Christ.  One of her favorite scriptures is taken from the book of Romans, "For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord." (Romans 8:38-39)