High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association, Inc.
For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us. Romans 8:18
Reverend Dr. Pamela Carrington Holder is a teacher, preacher, and singer upon whom God has poured out His Spirit to serve the present age. In the year 2000, she and her husband, Pastor B.R. Holder, planted the New Faith Baptist Church in Greensboro, NC where she serves as Associate Pastor, Minister of Praise and Worship and leads the M.O.R.T.A.R (Women’s) Ministry.
Born in Queens County, New York to the late Reverend Dr. Curtis M. Carrington, Sr. and to Mrs. Shirley Carrington of Greensboro, Dr. Holder grew up in a musical environment releasing several recordings with her family. In addition to singing, she studied violin and played in several orchestras including the Greensboro Philharmonia. On March 17, 2001, she preached her introductory sermon, “The Rock that Rocked the Jailhouse.” The High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association ordained her July 24, 2003. Presently, she serves as President of the Woman’s Auxiliary of that Association. She has ministered locally and internationally and is frequently the keynote preacher and/or workshop leader for special services, retreats, conferences, revivals, and Sunday Worship services.
Dr. Holder studied Business Administration, Christian Education and continued her religious studies earning her Masters of Divinity and Doctorate of Divinity in addition to nine years of Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) International.
Pamela is a staff Chaplain at Cone Health where she has served in Pastoral Care Services since 2007. She has served in leadership capacities for the North Carolina General Baptist State Convention Woman’s Auxiliary, the North Carolina Baptist Convention and she chaired the Lott Carey Community Feast for the 2015 Convention in North Carolina. However, in all that she does, her ultimate goal in life is to influence others to pursue a personal relationship with God through salvation in Jesus Christ.
She and her husband share the parentage of one daughter, Bermia, and two granddaughters, Tajel and Kiana, and great-grandson Maison, of Atlanta, Georgia.
A woman of excellence, she believes all things should be done decently and in order.
1 Corinthians 14:40.
“To God be the Glory!”
Pamela Carrington Holder