Congratulations Rev. Arlene Hall on your new Presidency!


Dear BMA Family and Friends:

It is with tremendous pleasure that I announce the historic election of Reverend Arlene O. Hall, Pastor of Deliverance Temple Worship Center,to the presidency of the Black Ministerial Alliance, commencing September of 2016.

This election is both groundbreaking and ceiling shattering.  It is groundbreaking in that Reverend Hall represents the youngest person to serve as the BMA’s president.  It is ceiling shattering in that she is the first woman president of the BMA.

Her election continues the legacy of the Reverend Dr. Arthur T. Gerald, current president of the BMA.  His presidency ushered in the Pastor’s Corner to bridge younger ministers with seasoned clergy, and has nurtured and expanded the size and impact of Clergy Women United, an initiative to strengthen women in ministry.  Pastor Hall’s election serves as a solid capstone of this extraordinary progress that the BMA has made in the past few years.

It has been a singular honor to serve as the executive director during such incredible, positive changes in the BMA’s history.

Please join me in welcoming and supporting Pastor Hall as she helps the BMA write its next chapter!

Rev. David Wright, Esq.
Executive Director

Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston, Inc.