Bishop Saundra McFadden Weaver
Bishop Saundra McFadden Brown Weaver heard the Call of God at the young age of 12, and was taken under the tutelage of Dr. Gertrude Glass-Stevernson, who was the founder of St. Mary’s Grand Holy Tabernacle and the School of Christianity and the visionary for the Non-Denominational Movement in the United States in 1943. At the age of 16 Bishop McFadden Brown Weaver received her first ordination from St. Mary’s Grand Holy Tabernacle and has been working in the vineyard of the LORD for over 45 years.
Because of the driving passion to serve God by serving others, Bishop McFadden Brown Weaver is affectionately known as “The Community Shepherd” for the Greater Kansas City, MO area. She has served as Councilwoman for the Kansas City, MO 3rd District, Missouri Victims Advocate for Mother’s Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and headed the grassroots campaign garnering thousands of signatures to regulate Bounty Hunters, that lead to Federal Laws being amended.
Bishop McFadden Brown Weaver was elevated to the office of Bishop in 2007 by the Universal Christian Organized Fellowship (UCOF). She was elected as the Chair of the Council of Bishops for UCOF in 2019. She also diligently serves on many other boards.
As she strives to continues to educate, uplift, inspire and train her fellow labors in the Kingdom of God, holding two Doctorate degrees two Masters degrees and a B.S. in Agriculture and Life Science. She is currently the President of Dominion Life Ministerial Network and Dominion Bible College, which has locations in Ghana, Liberia, Cameron, Sierra Leone and Nigeria, where she has visited extensively, and serves on the board of Dominion Life Ministries International. All while serving as the proud Pastor of Community Fellowship Church of Jesus Christ, where she has Pastored for over 23 years.Living always in the call that the LORD has placed on her life and living by her life scripture drawn from Psalms 91, "He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High, shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty"