Ministerial Staff


Rev. William S. Banks
Senior Pastor

Pastor Banks is the current Pastor of Anderson Chapel Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, Holly Springs, Mississippi. He and his congregation are working hard to be a vibrant service to the needs of its parishioners and the community at large.  In addition to his current pastorate at Anderson Chapel, he has served as pastor to several churches across the Middle and South Georgia Region in the 6th Episcopal District and one church in the 4th Episcopal District.  These include Williams Memorial C.M.E. Temple Church in Shreveport, LA, Usher’s Temple C.M.E. in Fort Valley, GA, Clifford Temple C.M.E. (Thomasville), Mt. Sinai C.M.E. (Milner), Bethel C.M.E. (Roberta), Mt. Zion C.M.E. (Roberta) and Mt. Olive C.M.E. (the Rock).  Pastor Banks also served as supply Pastor to Adams Tabernacle C.M.E. and Friendship C.M.E. of Gray, GA.


Rev. Ivivian Reed
Elder

Reverend Ivivian Reed is a native of Ruston, Louisiana, is a single mother of one loving daughter Kimberly Nicole Williams-Reliford & son Odis James Lee Reliford, 3 grandchildren - Jenel, Odis and Kayla Reliford and several godchildren. She was licensed in Big Spring, Texas at Mt Bethel Baptist Church in June of 2003 under the leadership of Pastor Micheal B. Willard. She then moved to Holly Springs, MS area in January of 2007. She was licensed and ordained a minister of the gospel through the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church at North-East Mississippi Conference in July 2009. Reverend Reed has served as a Local Deacon of Anderson Chapel CME Church in Holly Springs, Mississippi since July 2009 and now as a Local Elder as of July 2012. She enjoys serving her local church, the community of Holly Springs, the Olive Branch/Sardis/Holly Springs District, and the North-East Mississippi Region in difference capacities. Among many her other activities, she has served and conducted several Women’s Conferences, Intercessory Prayer Ministry Leader, New Members Sunday School Teacher, and Worship Leader.



Bio here.


Bro. Thomas Jordan