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Pastor C. Billy Leslie Profile

Pastor C. Billy Leslie is a native of the Island of Jamaica. His formative years were spent under the tutelage of his father where he acquired an affinity for spiritual things. Until today scriptures which were inculcated in the deep recesses of his inner sanctum still resonate with him. Some examples include Psa 1; Prov 3; Psa 119: 9,105 and Ecc12:1, 13, 14.

Pastor Leslie embraced his call to the Gospel Ministry and obtained a B.A. in Religion from Northern Caribbean University in 2006. He gained invaluable experience in ministry in the Jamaican landscape and subsequently migrated to United States. Since migrating, his passion for ministry rages on, hence he has been constantly involved in itinerant speaking, revivals and evangelistic programs. He has a penchant for preaching and he’s an evangelism enthusiast who seeks to make people’s lives meaningful through the dissemination of the seeds of the gospel.

Pastor Leslie has served the local church in various capacities inclusive of AY Leader, Pathfinder Director and Elder. He is an ordained minister who carries a wholesome burden for the retention of souls that have been brought to Christ. Presently he’s pursuing a Master’s Degree in Human Services Counseling to expand his educational repertoire and human behavioral skills for more effective service.

Grasping the gravity of outreach ministries lead Pastor Leslie to be involved in Volunteer Police Chaplaincy, Community outreach ministries and Public Rallies addressing gang violence, violence against women and children and health awareness issues.

He has been married to Zanjainie Watson, a beautiful and supportive woman of God for seven (7) years. Zanjainie who is talented and industrious holds Bachelors in Social Work and uses her multi-talented facets to enhance his ministry. They are joyful parents of their daughter Crizanae, who was born in August 2018.

Pastor Chris Billy Leslie has come to the conclusion that “the whole duty of man is to fear God and keep his commandments” (Eccl. 12:13, 14).