Reverend S. C. Dixon, General President

Rev. Pernell R. Trent, Sr., General Secretary

Music Department

Music is a dynamic element in the life and work of the church. It has become an integral part of worship. The use of music in worship is perhaps as old as man himself. Music history bears witness to this fact. Both the Old and New Testaments give account of music in worship. Christian music provides for spiritual contact to that inner, personal response of man to melodious strains and lyrics through which Scriptural messages flow. These messages give guidance to worshipping, witnessing, ministering and applying Christian principles in everyday life.

Christian music is conducive to make God “real”. It helps us to see and to know God. Through Christian music the revelation of God in the person of Jesus Christ is revealed. Once this revelation is evident, the Holy Spirit evokes conviction, redemption and salvation. Souls can be saved, burdens lightened, weakened faith strengthened, hearts gladden and all other spiritual needs will be met.


  • Rev. Tommy Gladney
  • Assistant Director – Planning & Events, Lake Charles
  • Sister Sonya LeDay Alfred
  • Recording Secretary, Opelousas