Parent Body Reg1                                          CSMBC Banquet Reservation Form               2017 Annual Session Program
Womens Ax

REV. CALBERT BRANTLEY - Executive Secretary

The Reverend The Reverend Calbert Rausey Brantley was born the second of four children on September 4, 1975 to the Reverend Clinton and Minister Carolyn Brantley.  He traveled extensively overseas and in the United States due to his father’s occupation as a Chaplain in the U.S. Air Force.  

 

Reverend Brantley graduated from the Medical Lake High School in Spokane, WA in 1994.  He also attended Morris College in Sumter, SC where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Broadcast Media.  His hunger and desire to be enriched intellectually and spiritually, led Reverend Brantley to matriculate to Morehouse School of Religion at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, GA. He graduated in May 2005 with a Master of Divinity Degree with a concentration in Pastoral Care.

 

Reverend Brantley was licensed to preach by the Antioch Baptist Church in Pineland, SC in 1995 and ordained by the Bear Creek Association in Goldsboro, NC in 1998.  Reverend Brantley’s ministry experience includes, Assistant Pastor (1996-1999) and Senior Pastor (1999-2010) of Antioch Baptist Church in Pineland, SC, President of the Morehouse School of Religion Student Fellowship (2001-2002), Associate Youth Director of the Youth Congress of Christian Education of the Baptist Education and Missionary Convention of South Carolina (2002-2005), Assistant Statistician to the Baptist Education and Missionary Convention of South Carolina (2005), and an adjunct Professor for Morris College School of Religion Extension Program (2006).  In 2006, Reverend Brantley was honored to preach the opening message at South Carolina’s Women’s Convention.

 

In October 2005, Reverend Calbert Brantley was sworn in as a Magistrate Judge in Jasper County, South Carolina.  By understanding that his call extended beyond the pulpit, he used the judge’s bench as a ministry tool.  For close to five years, Reverend Brantley spoke words of responsibility, hope, and love into the lives of thousands of misguided souls in his community.

In August 2010, Reverend Brantley relocated to North Plainfield, NJ where he became the founding pastor of The Agape House of North Jersey.  The Agape House is a community oriented ministry that is committed to worshipping the Living God in a way that transcends race, ethnicity, gender, and socioeconomic status.  Within the first year of ministry they were able to establish the A.G.A.P.E. Afterschool Program for students from 2nd-8th grade.  The program grew from 1 student to 13 students in less than one year.  The program consisted of activities geared to various age groups and includesd homework help, tutoring, snacks, and bible study.  The program was designed to stimulate students’ spiritual, social, and intellectual abilities.

 

In March 2012, Reverend Brantley was called to be the 5th Senior Pastor of the Zion Baptist Church of Waterbu, CT.  Rev. Brantley is excited about the opportunity to engage in relevant ministry in his new appointment as servant leader at Zion Baptist Church.

 

Reverend Brantley is married to the former Miss Kyla Johnson and he is the proud father of one daughter, Candace Renee.

 

With a practical, yet insightful and charismatic preaching style, he is dedicated to spreading the good news of the Gospel to everyone he meets. Reverend Brantley has a tremendous passion for God's Word coupled with a love for God's people. He has a contagious spirit of generosity that overflows throughout every facet of his ministry.  His favorite Scripture is Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not to thine own understanding; but in all thy ways acknowledges Him and He shall direct your path.”

 Calbert Rausey Brantley was born the second of four children on September 4, 1975 to the Reverend Clinton and Minister Carolyn Brantley.  He traveled extensively overseas and in the United States due to his father’s occupation as a Chaplain in the U.S. Air Force.  

 

Reverend Brantley graduated from the Medical Lake High School in Spokane, WA in 1994.  He also attended Morris College in Sumter, SC where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Broadcast Media.  His hunger and desire to be enriched intellectually and spiritually, led Reverend Brantley to matriculate to Morehouse School of Religion at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, GA. He graduated in May 2005 with a Master of Divinity Degree with a concentration in Pastoral Care.

 

Reverend Brantley was licensed to preach by the Antioch Baptist Church in Pineland, SC in 1995 and ordained by the Bear Creek Association in Goldsboro, NC in 1998.  Reverend Brantley’s ministry experience includes, Assistant Pastor (1996-1999) and Senior Pastor (1999-2010) of Antioch Baptist Church in Pineland, SC, President of the Morehouse School of Religion Student Fellowship (2001-2002), Associate Youth Director of the Youth Congress of Christian Education of the Baptist Education and Missionary Convention of South Carolina (2002-2005), Assistant Statistician to the Baptist Education and Missionary Convention of South Carolina (2005), and an adjunct Professor for Morris College School of Religion Extension Program (2006).  In 2006, Reverend Brantley was honored to preach the opening message at South Carolina’s Women’s Convention.

 

In October 2005, Reverend Calbert Brantley was sworn in as a Magistrate Judge in Jasper County, South Carolina.  By understanding that his call extended beyond the pulpit, he used the judge’s bench as a ministry tool.  For close to five years, Reverend Brantley spoke words of responsibility, hope, and love into the lives of thousands of misguided souls in his community.

In August 2010, Reverend Brantley relocated to North Plainfield, NJ where he became the founding pastor of The Agape House of North Jersey.  The Agape House is a community oriented ministry that is committed to worshipping the Living God in a way that transcends race, ethnicity, gender, and socioeconomic status.  Within the first year of ministry they were able to establish the A.G.A.P.E. Afterschool Program for students from 2nd-8th grade.  The program grew from 1 student to 13 students in less than one year.  The program consisted of activities geared to various age groups and includesd homework help, tutoring, snacks, and bible study.  The program was designed to stimulate students’ spiritual, social, and intellectual abilities.

 

In March 2012, Reverend Brantley was called to be the 5th Senior Pastor of the Zion Baptist Church of Waterbu, CT.  Rev. Brantley is excited about the opportunity to engage in relevant ministry in his new appointment as servant leader at Zion Baptist Church.

 

Reverend Brantley is married to the former Miss Kyla Johnson and he is the proud father of one daughter, Candace Renee.

 

With a practical, yet insightful and charismatic preaching style, he is dedicated to spreading the good news of the Gospel to everyone he meets. Reverend Brantley has a tremendous passion for God's Word coupled with a love for God's people. He has a contagious spirit of generosity that overflows throughout every facet of his ministry.  His favorite Scripture is Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not to thine own understanding; but in all thy ways acknowledges Him and He shall direct your path.”

.

CT Baptist Convention

Join us as we present Jesus Christ in an informative and insprational manner that is contemporary, creative, credible and caring way to the people of God.

Dr. Rev. Lindsay Curtis

Contacts Us

  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 203.838.5717
   203.854.5276
  17 West Ave, Norwalk, CT 06854

Keep in Touch