Bishop Mack celebrates ministerial, pastoral anniversaries

Bishop Mack

Bishop Mack celebrates ministerial, pastoral anniversaries
November 01
12:00 2018

For 19 years, Bishop Sir Walter L. Mack Jr. has been planting the Word of God in the fertile soil of Union Baptist Church and the surrounding communities. The weekend of Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 3-4, marks the 19th pastoral anniversary and the 28th ministerial anniversary for Bishop Mack.

On Saturday, Nov. 3, at 10 a.m., the Men’s Fellowship invites everyone to “Pancakes with Pastor” in the church fellowship hall at 1200 Trade St. NW.  On Sunday, Nov. 4, the church members will worship in 8:30 a.m. and 10 a.m. services.

Everyone is invited to wear the colors of silver, white, and black in support of this festive occasion. Love gifts will be received at the breakfast and during the anniversary celebration service. The anniversary celebration will highlight milestone events that span a quarter of a century as a pastor, community leader, and ministry innovator. 

Anniversary services are free and open to the public.  Union Baptist Church is located at 1200 N. Trade Street in Winston-Salem.  For more information call (336) 724-9305 or visit the website:

Bishop Mack assumed the pastorate of Union Baptist Church in 1999.  In 2015, he was consecrated as a bishop with Global United Fellowship, where he serves as the director of Global Evangelism providing international administration to churches around the globe. Bishop Mack has traveled on three continents. His global work began with international mission trips to Haiti and Israel. Because of his sense of discernment and spiritual understanding, he is considered a churchologist.

He has initiated innovative methods of evangelism to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Among his pioneering outreach methodology are programs that are reaching the non-church goer in a contemporary culture.  Some of his trailblazing, innovative methods include the Corner 2 Corner Drug Dealers’ Conference (C2C), where hundreds of drug dealers have been engaged in cultivating their knowledge of God, self, and society; the Gospel Ice Cream Truck reaching children from ages 1-101, First Friday concert series, the Youth Character Football League, and the bishop served as the host of the National Moral Revival and Get-Out-The-Vote Mass Rally on Oct. 28.

Formally educated at Elon College in Elon, NC (Bachelor of Arts-Mass Communication), Duke University in Durham, NC (Master of Divinity) and United Theological Seminary in Dayton, OH (Doctor of Ministry), Bishop Mack is a lifelong learner.  He has authored six books, and in 2017 he published two – “Creative Ministry Moves” and “Passion for Your Kingdom Purpose:  The Contemporary Remix.”

Also, Bishop Mack has received numerous awards and recognitions. 

  He is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and is married to the former Kim Romaine Bush.  He is a native of Winston-Salem and is the son of Mrs. Frances Mack and the late Rev. Dr. Sir Walter Mack Sr.

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