George Crews, III, M.Div.
Pastor Crews was born to the late George M. Crews, Jr. and Mary B. Crews of Durham, North Carolina. Pastor Crews is married to the former Yvette Reade of Durham, North Carolina. This union has been blessed with four children, Symone Paige, George Malcolm, IV, Jasmyne Taja' and Hezekiah Dallas.
After receiving his call from God, Pastor Crews preached his blazing sermon on December 17, 1995 in the pulpit of the illustrious Rev. Dr. William Hazel Height of Greater St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church after which he also received his license to preach. Pastor Crews was thereafter ordained on July 25, 1999.
Pastor Crews is a graduate of North Carolina Central University. Additionally, he has also attended Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Pastor Crews his received his Master of Divinity from the Apex School of Theology in May 2016 and is currently enrolled in their Doctor of Ministry program.
In addition to this, Pastor Crews has worked for the Durham Public School System. He was active in the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Durham, NC. He has served as Treasurer for the Ministers and Deacons of the New Home and Durham Association, President and Director of the Alpha Delta Service Group Incorporated; and President of The Ministers, Deacon, & Deaconess Union of the East Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Association of North Carolina, Inc. Pastor Crews currently serves as 1st Vice Moderator of the East Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Association of North Carolina, Inc.
On March 17, 2002, Rev. Crews was installed as pastor of the Lattisville Grove Missionary Baptist Church, Hurdle Mills, North Carolina. He came with a vision of new ministries for the church family. In 2003 and 2004, Pastor Crews and the Lattisville Grove Missionary Baptist Church were awarded Pastor and Church of the Year by the Northern Orange County NAACP.
As with everything that he does, Pastor Crews preaches and teaches with the fiery passion for the Word; thereby, always evidencing the fact that no matter how old or young any vessel is fit for God’s use.