Bishop Christopher and First Lady Margaret Finch

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Bishop 

Christopher E. Finch

Known for his bold messages, his radical faith in God, and the anointing that makes ministering look easy, Bishop Christopher E. Finch is a charismatic preacher with an apostolic and prophetic anointing. He is married to First Lady Margaret Finch who is a loving mother, wife, and prayer powerhouse for Christ; she allows him to walk in his calling. 

He walks as a testament of God's love and faithfulness and is truly called of God to serve and bring hope to those whom the world has deemed as not worthy of anything. He is a "man after God's own heart" (1 Samuel 13:14) and studies to show himself approved a workman rightly dividing the word of truth (2 Timothy. 2:15). 

He is a man with a passion for making a difference in the lives of others and is relentless in his pursuit of saving souls for the "Glory of God." His passion is to see people empowered in every area of their lives and see them accomplishing their God-assigned purpose, potential, and destiny. 

His life has been dedicated to living by example and showing men and women how to live up to their full potential in Christ. He is a worthy ambassador for Christ and can be found on a Friday and Sunday in the sanctuary or on his personal and the church’s social media channels delivering an empowering message to the "Saints of God,” who may feel like giving up or just have a burden. The Body of Christ is blessed by his ministerial and prophet gift. He is a Samuel, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Elijah, and Elisha to this generation. 

 

He prophesies with accuracy as is led by the Holy Spirit. As John 4:29 reminds us, to “Come, see a man, which told me all things that I ever did.” God uses him as a vessel to reveal and remind the Body of Christ, to the bruised, wounded, and broken-hearted, the good plans that He has for them. 

 

 - A voice of wisdom, hope, encouragement, and vision.