Pastor Dwight Hill Sr.

Pastor Dwight Hill was born on December 14th in Richmond, Virginia.  His mother, Mandy Lee Hill, raised him with the help of his grandparent throughout various cities in North Carolina to include Stantonsburg, Wilson and Rocky Mount.  At the age of 12, he went to stay with his mother in New Jersey on a permanent basis. 
He received his childhood education through the North Carolina and New Jersey school systems.  Shortly after his 18th birthday, he entered the United States Army for a better job and an opportunity to travel and see the world.  Not realizing it at the time, but this choice became a career move and he stayed in the military for over 25 years of faithful service. 
While in the military, he was able to complete his Associates’ degree in general studies and his Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems through Columbia College, Columbia Missouri.   Pastor Hill’s God-fearing mother provided him with plenty of love and instilled in him good Christian values.  She prayed that God would lead him to be a help and also to Pastor to others.  Pastor Hill gave his life to Christ in September of 1988 while on his way to Germany for a second tour.  During his tour in Korea, the entire family began attending the 1215 Collective Protestant Gospel Service under the direction of then Pastor Nelson K. Williams. 
The Word of God was being preached in a manner that compelled Pastor Hill to rededicate his life back to God and to take his proper position as head of his family.   Pastor Hill began his service in the Outreach Ministry and while serving in this capacity he heeded the call of God on his life to be ordained as a Deacon in His service. 
He was ordained a Deacon on 20 June 2001 by Pastor Williams and served as the Chairman of the Deacon Board for the 1215 Collective Protestant Gospel Service and later as Chairman of the Deacon Board and Armor Bearer for Pastor Michael L. Collins of the New Dimensional Christian Ministry from November 2003 – May 2006.   
In July 2006, Pastor Hill embarked on a new segment of his life and entered the civilian workforce.  His new job took him and his family to Germany where he is currently serving as a Logistics Management Specialist. 
In preparation for the move to Germany, God had already prepared a church home for them with Faith Temple Christian Center International where the pastors are Bishop Kendall L. Sr. and Pastor LaYona Washington.  He was ordained as a Pastor on 26 June 2016. 
He and his wife have four wonderful children, Sharonda Elaine., Dwight Jr.; Quintalis DeSean and Shaneeca Nykole Lewis.