Pastor Terrence Hughes Installed as New GMDMA President

The Greater Metro Denver Ministerial Alliance (GMDMA) installed the organization’s newly elected  president, Pastor Terrence Hughes at a commemorative service on Sunday, March 19 at New Covenant Church Alpha and Omega Ministries, before an audience comprised of faith-based leaders, elected officials and community leaders.
President Hughes was prayed over with the laying on of hands by various clergy.  He then performed a symbolic foot washing as he prayed for some of the social ills impacting the communities. The official gavel of theGMDMA was passed from a few of the former presidents: Bishop Acen Phillips to Rev. William Golson to Pastor Del Phillips to President Terrence Hughes.  President Hughes then swore in and prayed over his Executive Team; then delivered his heartfelt Presidential Address.
President Hughes stated that during his administration, our motto will be “Serving the Greatest by Serving the Least.”

Editor’s note: The Greater Metro Denver Ministerial Alliance is a 77-year-old faith-based organization, whose mission is to minister the gospel to ensure that justice is served to eradicate racism, social injustice, and sectarianism in order to mobilize the Church to bring healing and restoration to the African American people within the Denver metropolitan communities