Meet Our Pastor:
Rev. Jacqui Rose-Tucker
Jacqueline Rose-Tucker is a native of Washington, DC and has been a part of the Methodist Church all her life. She is a graduate of the University of MD receiving a bachelor’s degree in psychology and sociology, and Master of Divinity degree from the Interdenominational Theological Center (Gammon Theological Seminary) where she graduated with honors with a degree in Clinical Pastoral Care and Theology. She received her Doctor of Ministry degree from Columbia Theological Seminary, May 2007 in New Church Development. Jacqueline was ordained a deacon in 1984 and an elder in 1986. Jacqui has served in the following appointments: Counselor, Project Redirection, YWCA, Pastor, Union Chapel UMC, Marietta, Assistant Pastor, Gordon Memorial UMC, Minister of Christian Education, Hermitage UMC, TN, Pastor, Calvary United Methodist Church and Senior Associate Pastor and as Pastor of Mission, Education and Pastoral Care, Norcross First UMC, Senior Pastor, St Paul UMC, Atlanta-Marietta District, and 8 years as District Superintendent of the Rome-Carrollton District in North Georgia Annual Conference. She is the first African American female to serve on the cabinet in the North Georgia Conference.
Jacqueline most recent appointment was Lead pastor of the Red Oak UMC, Stockbridge, GA. She served there for almost five years before taking medical leave in 2018. Israel, Italy, France, England, Brazil, Seoul, Korea, China, Russia and Portugal are among some of her international travels. She has preached and/or taught in the Bahamas, Jamaica, Cuba, Guatemala, Venezuela, Ghana, West Africa, Sao Paulo, Brazil, South Korea, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Costa Rica and South Africa. read more…
Rev. Dr. Marvin King, Sr.
In Memoriam – Dedicated and faithful servant of Bethel for over 40 years.
“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” 2 Timothy 4:7