3114 N. Market Street Wilmington, DE 19802

​​ST. PAUL

Rev. Bessie Jones

Retired Rev.

Dr. Dorothy Wilmore

Rev. Dr. Delores J. Loper

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Evangelist Janice

​Dickerson

Rev. Jean Williams

Rev. Sandi Gibbs

Evang. Kina Waren

U.A.M.E

Evang. Malkia Ayanna Jones

Evang. Sonja D Amos

Ministers

Evangelist Rosalind M.

​White-Smith

Rev. Howard P. Jones

Rev. Dr. Etta Mae Robertson

Although God had a definite plan for this chosen vessel, so did Satan. Satan tried to hinder the plan of God for Janice, by introducing her to the world of Alcohol and drugs. Sister Janice praises God for her total deliverance from Satan’s clutches. She rejoices over the fact that the gifts and calling of God are without repentance. Rom. 11:29 Janice Repented of her past; rededicated her life to God August 1983; was filled with the Holy Ghost and has been on fire for Him since that date.

Upon her return to the Lord; her faithful attendance in prayer services and Bible study, Janice realized God’s call to ministry upon her life. 2001, she said yes to God’s call and preached her initial sermon November 7, 2004. After completing the required studies, the Bishop of the UAME Conference, Inc. made Sister Janice an Evangelist, May 6, 2006 at the 193rd Annual Conference. Evangelist Dickerson is a strong witness and an example of God’s power to save, deliver and make free, ALL who are bound.

What Evangelist Dickerson would have you remember more than anything else is this: She loves the Lord with her whole heart and lives each day, to reach others with the great love of God and His Word.

Rev. Dr. Ruth Britt

Retired Rev.

Allen O. Smith

Evang. Malkia Ayanna Jones

Evangelist Janice Dickerson

Evangelist Janice A. Dickerson was called and anointed by God at an early age. She was always aware of His hand upon her life, but felt that the call was to minister in song. Therefore, singing is what she did for years. Janice was a member of St. Paul UAME Church from infancy. She attended Sunday school and all of the youth activities of the church and conference. Her gifts and talents became visible to everyone, as she ministered as a soloist in the #4 Choir and later the DJL Ensemble. (Named in appreciation of her aunt, Dr. Delores J. Loper).