Rev. Edith Robinson, Assistant Pastor 

Rev. Edith Robinson is the Assistant Pastor of New Creation AME Church in Fort Washington, Maryland, where she also serves as Minister to Women.  She is a graduate of the University of Maryland College Park with a Bachelor’s Degree in Family Studies.  She earned a Master of Divinity Degree from Howard University School of Divinity. 

 

Rev. Robinson live by the words of Jesus as recorded in Matthew 22:37-38, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.  This is the first and greatest commandment.  And the second is like it, Love your neighbor as yourself.”  She believes that if every person would live by these words the world would be a much better place.  With the help of the Holy -  

 

Spirit, Rev. Robinson’s goal is to continue spreading this message to as many people as possible through teaching, preaching, and her interaction with others.

 

In addition to her ministry in the church, Rev. Robinson has dedicated herself to helping people resolve conflict through mediation.   For the past 15 years she has served as a mediator throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area.  She mediate disputes involving families, workplace, child custody, and neighbors.  She also assists in facilitating forums for local county and city residents.  Rev. Robinson see her role as a mediator as another opportunity to spread the message of love, through the way she treats the people she serves. 

 

Rev. Robinson is a native of Petersburg, Virginia where she still has strong family ties.  She accepted Christ at an early age and was instilled with strong Christian values that has guided her life throughout the years.   She lives in Fort Washington, Maryland, and has two adult children and three grandchildren.

Rev. Charlotte J. Ritchie, Minister to Youth & Young Adults

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rev. Charlotte Ritchie is the minister to Youth and Young Adults at New Creation AME Church.

 

Her God-given assignment is to be his representative of hope to those who are sick, hurting, lost, downtrodden, or in despair.  She fulfills this assignment as a Chaplain, outside the walls of the church, as well as inside.  Pastoral Care is evident in all she does.

 

Rev. Ritchie has great compassion and love for children of all ages.  She is called to minister to the hearts of children.  She can be found “pouring the love of God” into the life of any child she meets. 

 

She believes every encounter can be a Spirit-led encounter that may transform someone’s life.  She has been taught and refined to “Walk 

by Faith and not by sight.”  She has spent many hours with persons who are nearing end of life enabling them to experience the Love of God.

 

She believes every encounter can be a Spirit-led encounter that may transform someone’s life.  She has been taught and refined to “Walk by Faith, and not by sight.”  She has spent many hours with persons who are nearing end of life enabling them to experience the Love of God.

 

Rev. Ritchie is a product of the West Virginia school system.  She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nutrition from West Virginia State University and a MBA from Florida Institute of Technology.  She received a Masters of Divinity from Howard University in 2002.

 

Her foundational scripture for ministry comes from Matthew 5:33

“Seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you.

 

She and her husband, Doug, reside in Fort Washington, MD.  They have one adult son, Kenneth.

 

Exorter Michelle Yvette Duncan-McDuffie, Belief Project, President of the Missionary Society

Michelle Yvette Duncan-McDuffie became a licensed Exhorter in 2013.  God has called Michelle to the ministry for He has given her the gift of exhortation with urgency, caring, and concern for all His people and their welfare. Her passion is to encourage and nurture those who feel lost is just one of her many gifts. 

 

Michelle started the Belief Project Ministries based on Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me”. (KJV) To let everyone know that you can do anything if you just put Christ first is her goal.  The role of kingdom building has broadened with an online Bible Study and now being appointed President of the Women’s Missionary Society.  Michelle has an opportunity to further change lives.

“What a blessing to be born for such a time as this.  To experience miracles and witness to a dying world.  I am truly blessed being a part of a ministry as New Creation A.M.E. Church that is devoted to saving souls.”

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