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Pastor Richard C. Miller, Sr. retires as senior pastor of The Trinity Center

Pastor Richard C. Miller

Pastor Richard C. Miller, Sr. retires as  senior pastor of The Trinity Center
June 24
14:04 2020

Pastor Richard C. Miller will be retiring from his position as senior pastor of The Trinity Center of Winston-Salem, effective Sunday, June 28, during the 11 a.m. service. His retirement from dedicated pastoral leadership comes as he also celebrates his 36th pastoral anniversary at The Trinity Center of Winston-Salem. The speaker at the 11 a.m. service and celebration will be his son, Minister Richard (Scooter) Miller, Jr. from Chesapeake, Virginia.

The Trinity Center, formerly known as Holy Trinity Baptist Church, was formerly located at the corner of East 11th Street and Cleveland Avenue. It was founded in 1936 and pastored by the late Edward Gholson, whose pastorate lasted 31 years. After Rev. Gholson’s death in 1969, Holy Trinity was without a full-time pastor until 1983, when Rev. Richard C. Miller, Sr. was called to serve as minister. After 11 months in that capacity, Rev. Miller was ordained as pastor of Holy Trinity Baptist Church.

In 1995, under Pastor Miller’s leadership, Holy Trinity joined the National Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship and the name of the church was changed to Holy Trinity Full Gospel Baptist Church. On March 20, 1997, the church moved from 11th and Cleveland to their former location at 651 Akron Drive. On April 20, 2011, the church’s name was changed to Holy Trinity Full Gospel Fellowship Center and is located at 5307 Peters Creek Parkway.

The membership is still thriving and doing great things in the community, as it goes after God’s glory with passion, sacrifice and faithfulness. We give thanks to God for Pastor Miller and the focus he was given us for 2020: In Pursuit Of God’s Love. We thank God for His continued blessings because we strongly believe that God is not through with us yet. The best is still yet to come!

Pastor Miller is happily married to Ernestine W. Miller and is the father of seven children (one deceased), all of whom work diligently alongside him in the ministry. We cheerfully and lovingly give him our most sincere and loyal support as he retires as senior pastor of The Trinity Center of Winston-Salem.

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