Pastor: Bishop Lindsay E. Jones
First Lady: Santa C. Jones
Elder Eric R. Griffin
Minister Clarence Pollard
Associate Pastor of Virtual Ministries:
Elder Anthony Miller
Deacon A. Whittington (retired) A
Deacon Alonzo Richardson
Administrative Assistant: Sis. Verneice Wise
Assistant Church Clerk: Theresa Brown
"There are five nonnegotiable characteristics that every effective leader must have: a sense of calling, an ability to communicate, creativity in problem solving, generosity, and consistency." John C. Maxwell
Bishop Lindsay E. Jones is a native of Kansas City, Missouri, where he attended the public school system, graduating with honors. He acknowledged his call to ministry in June, 1983, and has served the Lord in various ministry capacities for the past 26 years. Pastoral ministry experience include: Associate Minister, Christ Temple Church of Christ (Holiness) USA, Kansas City, KS; Pastor, Christ Temple No. 2 Church of Christ (Holiness) USA, Ford Heights, IL; Pastor, Christ Temple Cathedral Church of Christ (Holiness) USA, St. Louis, MO; Pastor, First Church of Christ (Holiness) USA, Norfolk, VA; Interim pastor, Emmanuel Chapel Church of Christ (Holiness) USA, Hampton, VA. He is currently serving as pastor of Christ Temple Cathedral, St. Louis, MO.
Elder Eric R. Griffin, a native of Clarksdale, Mississippi, has been ordained since 1984. His ministerial experience includes serving as Associate Minister (Southern Union Baptist Church) and Pastor (First Church of Christ (Holiness) USA, Tulsa, OK; Bethel Temple Church of Christ (Holiness) USA. He rejoined the Christ Temple Cathedral family in 2007. He and his wife Rose have been married for 31 years and have four children: Eric Jr., Marisha, Jonathan and Andrew.
Elder Anthony Miller,
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Deacon Allie Whittington - has recently retired for formal deacon duties. He has faithfully served Christ Temple Cathedral as a deacon for 55 years.
Deacon Alonzo Richardson is a lifelong member member of Christ Temple Cathedral. Alonzo graduated from Hazelwood East High School in 2006. He became an ordained Deacon in 2015. Deacon Richardson is very versatile and hard working individual. He has a love of participating in the media ministry where he makes the video presentations for our church.