Associate Minister

Evangelist Jerryann Hendricks

Evangelist Jerry Ann Hendricks was born in Beaufort, North Carolina to the late Jennie James and Rev. Montrose Debrix (Port Arthur, Texas).  Jerry Ann Hendricks matriculated at East Carteret High School, in Beaufort, North Carolina.

Having been raised by a God-fearing mother and attending Church all of her life, at the early of age twelve, she accepted God and was baptized.

In the midst of a “wilderness experience” Evangelist Hendricks accepted the call of God on her life and began to study under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Ezikiel Murrell, Jr. of Great Joy Worship Center Church, Beaufort, North Carolina. Under this leadership, she began the teaching of the understanding of God’s Word in a home bible study.

On February 18, 2001, she was ordained by Apostle Willie Murray of Newport, North Carolina and thus moved to study under the leadership of Bishop Andre Jackson, New Vision Full Gospel, East Orange, New Jersey.

In August 8, 2006, she started attending and joined the Nia Fellowship Baptist Church, under the leadership of Rev. Alphonsus E. Platt.  In 2009 she was licensed as an Evangelist by Nia Fellowship Baptist Church which is affiliated with the New Hope Missionary Baptist Association. On March 18, 2018, Nia Fellowship Baptist Church accepted the United Clergy of the Oranges, Inc. Ordination Council’s Report and Evangelist Hendricks was Officially Ordained.

Because of her love of God and her zeal to lead others to Him, Evangelist Hendricks leads and participates in prison and street ministries, abused women and children shelters, substance abuse guidance and continuous missionary work.

Evangelist Hendricks decided to further her studies by attending the Divinity Bible Institute, located in East Orange, NJ and Whiteville, NC under the tutelage of  Dr. Byron E. Lennon.

In her desire to serve and help others she became a licensed CHHA.  She is employed at Memory Care Living, a residential treatment center for individuals with Alzheimers as an Activities Coordinator. 

She is the wife of Marvin Hendricks, the mother of Katrina James-Pellam and the Grandmother of her prides, Jordan and Justin James.