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WILLIAMS TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST INC. is located at 6812 WOODLAND AVENUE in the city of Cleveland. Cleveland is located in the beautiful state of Ohio. According to our database, there are approximately 1,070 churches in Cleveland, with 162 Catholic churches, 232 Baptist churches, 17 Pentecostal churches, 31 Methodist churches, and 628 other denomination churches. If you are looking for a new church or just visiting Cleveland, please browse through our church directory to find a church that meets your needs.

Church of God in Christ churches consider themselves a Pentecostal Holiness Christian denomination. With nearly five million members in the United States and 12,000 congregations, it is the largest Pentecostal church. Spreading over sixty nations, the Church of God in Christ believes in three works of grace: salvation, sanctification, and spirit baptism that God bestows on believers. As a Christian church, they also teach the gospel of Jesus Christ, our saviour.


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Superintendent Kenyarda T. Feathers is a pastor, an author, and a highly sought-after, dynamic speaker for evangelistic and encouraging messages. He was born in Gainesville, Florida to the late Beverly Weed and the late Roger Feathers. At the age of 18, Superintendent Feathers gave his life to Christ at Jones Temple Church of God in Christ under the leadership of Superintendent Isaac Gillespie and answered the call to preach the Gospel in 2001. He was later ordained an Elder by Bishop Matthew Williams, Prelate of Southwestern Florida.

In 2010, Superintendent Feathers joined Williams Temple Church of God in Christ in Gainesville, Florida under the leadership of the late Pastor Dr. Detroit Reginald Williams where he faithfully served on the Evangelism/Outreach, Marriage, and Men’s ministries. After the transitioning of Dr. Williams in 2014, Superintendent Feathers was appointed as pastor of Williams Temple Church of God in Christ. Under Superintendent Feathers’ pastoral leadership, Williams Temple Church of God in Christ is a ministry that strives to consistently walk in the love of God, sees one another as brothers and sisters in Christ, and ministers to the whole man – spirit, soul, and body – placing special emphasis on Unity, Family, and Fellowship.

Bishop Gary L. Hall, Sr., Prelate of Central Florida First Jurisdiction, appointed Superintendent Feathers to serve as the Chairman of the Ordination Board, Jurisdictional Intercessory Prayer Coordinator, and Secretary of the Pastors and Elders Council.

In July 2019, Superintendent Feathers was elevated to Adjutant Overseer in the Church of God in Christ, Inc. being assigned to the Office of the Scribe and a few months later was appointed Superintendent of the newly formed Purpose Driven District.

Superintendent Feathers is a proud graduate of Williston High School, in Williston, Florida. He obtained an Associate Degree in Biblical Studies from Andersonville Seminary & Bible College in Camilla, Georgia. He is currently pursuing a degree in religion with a minor in psychology at Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, Florida where he was recently invited to join the prestigious National Society of Leadership & Success.

For 20 years, Superintendent Feathers has been married to First Lady Ronda Faye Feathers whom he affectionately calls, “the baddest girl on high heels.” Lady Feathers works closely with Superintendent Feathers in ministry and is a true definition of a Godly rib. His pride and joy are his three children, Shaelaine, Kenyarda Jr. (TJ), and Kyndall.

Pastor Feathers is available for ministry and speaking engagements.


Lady Ronda F. Feathers was born in Gainesville, Florida and is the only child of Wanda Ann (Curtis) Oats. A graduate of Newberry High School (Go Panthers!), she is also a US Army Veteran who served during the Gulf War (Desert Shield/Desert Storm). Upon returning from serving this country, she entered the banking business and has served for 24 years in that industry. On August 9, 1992, at New Hope COGIC in Lawton, Oklahoma, the Lord saved Ronda Feathers and she later received the Holy Ghost. She began to follow the path to Missionary in August of 2015 and received her license under our current Jurisdictional Supervisor, Mother Lillie C. Hutchison.

Lady Feathers gives God all the Glory for allowing her to lead the women of Williams Temple, act as the Ministry Coordinator, and lead the Finance Team. She has birthed the ministry “From Rags to Rubies” where she encourages women to “know their worth” and to not settle into lives of mere complacency but to pursue the things of God in their homes, workplaces, churches, and community. She prays for members daily and her door is always open for guidance and support.

Superintendent & Lady Feathers have been happily married 20 years. They have 3 beautiful children Shaelaine, Kenyarda (“T.J.”) Jr., and Kyndall.

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Williams Temple Christian Methodist Episcopal Church History

Williams Temple Christian Methodist Episcopal Church was founded January 7, 1886 by Rev. McBride, Rev. Ferbee, W.H. Robinson and J.H. Frazier.  The original site was located in the 1200 block of South Shedwick St.  This site was demolished for the construction of a tunnel and railroad tracks for the Baltimore and Ohio railway.  The Church then named Union Station by Rev. N.H. Crisden, relocated to 1325 S. Warfield St.

In 1907, the land for this present site, 3133 Reed Street was purchased.  In 1910, the church was renamed Williams Temple in honor of our sixth elected Bishop, Robert S. Williams, who was a devoted friend. With prayer, faith and personal sacrifices, in 1944, the $6000 thousand mortgage was paid off under the leadership of Pastor, Rev. E.T. Wood.

Rev. Elton F. Woodard had the longest tenure as a Pastor. He was appointed in 1954, and though visually handicapped he led the congregation with dignity for 29 years, and had numerous accomplishments.

In October of 2014, after years of fundraising by our members, our Sanctuary was beautifully, renovated under the leadership of Rev. Derrick A. Price and he enhanced the spiritual life of our congregation. Williams Temple has been strengthened and great accomplishments were done by a line of outstanding Pastors and Ministers throughout the years.

Our present pastor, Rev. Tiggs Washington was assigned in August 2015.  He has already established positive momentum in our church and community.  He has a good work ethic, joy and enthusiasm for teaching and preaching the gospel, and involvement in different ministries and activities in our church and community. Rev. Washington has incorporated “Black Lives Matter” in his vision of his ministry.

In a historic move, God gave Williams Temple a new vision and relocated the congregation to a new location. In September 2019, under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Tiggs Washington, Williams Temple sold its Reed Street location and purchased 6439 Lindbergh Blvd in Philadelphia. The church is currently building a brand new worship center.

**Williams Temple is a member of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church.  The C.M.E. Church was founded December 16, 1870 by a group of 41 former slaves in Jackson, Tennessee, who were members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. From humble beginnings, the CME Church has become a major denomination.  One of its most significant witnessing arenas has been the education of African Americans.  Today the CME Church supports, Phillips School of Theology, (seminary) Atlanta, GA; Lane College, Jackson, TN; Paine College, Augusta, GA; Miles College, Birmingham, AL; and Texas College, Tyler, TX.

The CME Church has more than 1.2 million members across the United States, and has missions and sister churches in Haiti, Jamaica and fourteen African nations. We are organized into 11 Episcopal Districts and each district is presided over by a Bishop. 

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