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First Lady Reverend Jerri D. Edmonds

firstlady2Reverend Jerri D. Edmonds was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She is the second of three children of Garfield and Ruth Hudson. She received her early education in the Baltimore City Public School System. She received a B.A. in Information Science and Systems from Morgan State University, a Masters of Business Administration from Morgan State University and a Masters Certification in Database Administration from the University of Maryland. She is currently pursing the Master's of Theology degree from The Ecumenical Institute of Theology (E.I.) at the St. Mary's Seminary & University of Maryland. Rev. Edmonds is a retiree of her beloved alma mater, Morgan State University.

Reverend Jerri Edmonds is married to Rev. Raymond F. Edmonds, Jr. In October 1995, they began the Gethsemane Ministry, which is now the Gethsemane A.M.E. Church. She acknowledged her call to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ in September 1997 and preached her trial sermon in June 1998. She was ordained an Itinerant Deacon in April 2002. Rev. Edmonds served as an Associate Minister at Falls Road A.M.E. Church where her husband served as Pastor. At Falls Road she served as the Ministerial Liaison to the Music and Fine Arts Ministries, Director of the Women's Ministry, Director of the Prayer Ministry, and Director of the following choirs: Youth and Young Adult, United Voices, Combined Choirs and the Praised Team.

Reverend Edmonds has a passion for empowering our young people to become all God has called them to be through the Word of God and is committed to edifying the body of Christ by any means necessary.

The Reverends Edmonds are the proud parents of two young adults, Raymond, III and Cierra.

Her favorite scripture is Philippians 4:13, 'I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.' She loves the Lord and prays that she will always be a vessel that He can use for His glory.

 
 
 

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