About Us

Event Speakers:

Rev. Mike Dorsey

Michael Dorsey has been a Christian for over 25 years, saved at the age of 10 and Spirit-filled at age 16. In 1989 he married Katherine Dorsey. Michael graduated from Rhema Bible Training Center in 1991 and Katherine graduated from Oral Roberts University with a Music Education degree in 1994. They returned to Maryland in 1995 and began serving at Riverside Church.

In 2000 their son Robbie was born, followed by their daughter Kirsten in 2003. In 2011 Michael became a credentialed minister with the Church of God. Michael and Katherine remain actively involved in their local fellowship, where they've served in various ministries to assist their Pastor and bless God's people.

Michael believes God is preparing to reach people on a massive scale. To that end he's been called to provide outreach tools for the true seeker, build up and strengthen new believers, and train mature Christians for effective service, all to the glory of God.

Chris and Connie Taylor

Natives of Jackson, Chris and Connie have served in Church Leadership and Music & Worship Ministry for the past 20 years. Their prior experience has been in the following specific capacities both collectively as well as individually: executive officer, operations officer, project manager, community organizer, professional fundraiser, public speaker, worship leader, teacher and musician.

From 1989 to 2004, Elder Taylor served as the Minister of Worship at Central Church of God and New Horizon Church, respectively. In these capacities, both Brother and Sister Taylor served as the leads musicians and worship leaders in congregations of up to 2,500 active members. Sister Connie formed Mime Ministries at several local churches, and formed the Signature Mime Ministry, “Messengers of Christ”, which has given rise to several other mime programs in churches across the nation.

In 2004, the Taylor’s accepted an assignment as full-time missionaries in Lilongwe, Malawi, Africa. Taylor served as the Chief Operating Officer of the largest NGO support ministry in the country of Malawi. While there, the brave couple founded and provided oversight for Mission Africa. Mission Africa served the country by developing and maintaining projects designed to empower the indigenous of Malawi – one of the five poorest nations in the world. For over four years, Taylor and his family made residence in Southeastern Africa, where they were true missionaries, educators and advocates for social change and community development and Salvation through Jesus Christ.

In Africa, their flagship projects were My Brother's Keeper School of Music and Movement and the “Linking Mississippi to Malawi” Initiative. At the school for music and dance, music, dance, and life skills were taught to a target group of orphans from an urban village on the outskirts of the Capital City, Lilongwe. Fees from enrolled international residents in the program helped to provide a first-quality education to the underserved population. The linkage program was started as an initiative to recruit short-term missionaries from Mississippi to Malawi. As of 2014, this initiative has been responsible for over 40 round trips made by Mississippians, anywhere from 10 days to 6 weeks, to serve in rural Malawi. Through this initiative, the Taylor’s partnered with Millsaps College in 2007 to host the only official campus opportunity for Millsaps’ students to engage in short term missions to Africa.

Chris and Connie have three music recording projects to their credit: "That I May Know Him – New Horizon Church Inspirational Choir" – 2001, "My Life for Yours" – 2002, and "My Life for Yours II” – 2005.

Chris has studied at Mississippi State University and Walden University. He holds Bachelor’s Degrees in General Business Administration and Interdisciplinary Studies. He is currently pursuing the Ph.D. in Public Health at Walden University. Connie has studied at Hinds Community College, Kaplan University, and Jackson State University. She holds the Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services and is currently pursuing the Master’s Degree in Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling.

Chris and Connie Taylor are the proud Pastor and First Lady of St. Peter Church of Christ (Holiness) USA in Hazlehurst, MS. And, Connie is serving the public as an Alderwoman for the Town of Terry, MS. They have five beautiful children - Matthew, Ashlei, Jalen, Tatu and Talitha Cumi.

Rev. Dr. Rosie Williams

is an Ordained minister of the gospel. Rev. Rosie Williams is a native of Hernando, MS and a member of Pleasant Hill M. B. Church. She served for many years as president of the youth department for the State Convention and was a teacher in the District Congress of Christian Education. Rev. Williams has a Doctorate in Theology from the Flag Chapel Baptist College in Jackson, MS. She and Pastor Williams have six children and nine grandchildren.