Pastor Alton K. Williams



 Pastor Alton K. Williams: hails from the beautiful Island of Jamaica. He has been an ordained ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church for over 20 years. He has been proclaiming the good news about Jesus since he was a teen. 

A trained chaplain and Counselling psychologist with an emphasis in family therapy, Pastor Williams takes a practical approach to ministry, working to meet the felt needs of humanity. He has served as a congregational minister and Administrator in Several conferences in Jamaica. East Jamaica, north and Central Jamaica with distinction. 


His work for God in Jamaica, Guatemala, Venezuela, Europe and here in the USA has resulted in the baptism of over six thousand (6000) precious souls into God’s Kingdom.


 Pastor Williams is a final year doctoral student at the Columbia Theological Seminary, writing his decertation on the “Consequences of unaddressed grief and what kind of pastoral care response will likely bring about a resolution.


 He currently serves as the Pastor of the Wakefield and Mamaroneck Seventh-day Churches Bronx New York (Greater New York Conference). 


He shares his life and ministry with the former Faith Mullings Williams, a Jamaican diplomat who has served several in missions for the Jamaican government with distinction: Venezuela, Brussels and most recently as Jamaica’s deputy permanent representative, in the permanent Mission of Jamaica to the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. Their union has produced 2 sons: Zachary and Zayne.




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