Reverend Glenda Allsopp
Rev. Glenda. L Allsopp currently serves as a Lay Minister and Co-Chairs the Diaconate Board. She has a passion to teach not only in spiritual matters, but also financial matters because she realizes that knowledge is power and sees the need to teach churches and individuals how to manage their finances.
For many years Rev. Glenda has been First Holiness Church’s Treasurer, which has provided her extensive experience with nonprofit accounting and financial issues. As a result, Glenda has a passion to see the church-at-large become organizationally, administratively and fiscally sound, and to empower individuals to become financially responsible.
Rev. Glenda is a principal in an accounting and financial management company providing services to individuals, churches, non-profit organizations and small businesses.She holds a B.S. in Accountancy from Boston College and an M.B.A. from Simmons Graduate School of Management (Boston, MA). She sits on the board of Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center an organization that serves the needs of low-income and homeless families in Boston, Greater Boston and Cambridge.
Reverend Steve Montaque
Rev. Steve G. Montaque holds a diploma in Theology from the Assemblies of God Bible College, Manchester Jamaica WI. He was ordained a Ministerial Worker by the Executive Board of Assemblies of God Jamaica, and was the Associate Pastor of Gospel Temple Church, St James and the Good Hope Assembly, Portmore Jamaica.
Over the last decade, he was instrumental as a Church Pioneer, Educator, Administrator, Sunday School Teacher and Associate Pastor to various ministers and ministries both in Jamaica and United States. He is currently a Minister and Teacher at Fist Holiness Church (FHC).
Rev. Steve lives by the belief that “each one should reach one for Christ” throughout whatever position one may hold in the harvest field of Christ.
Reverend Margo Brathwaite
Rev. Margo J. Brathwaite serves in various roles in the ministry; some of which include but are not limited to Elder, Sunday School Teacher, Women’s Ministry Co-Leader, and Worship Ministry Leader. She is passionate about prayer and worship for she understands the importance of leading people into the presence of the Most High God.
Rev. Margo holds a B.S. in Accountancy from Bentley College and an M.B.A. from Suffolk University. She is currently an entrepreneur who provides accounting and finance services in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. She enjoys teaching individuals, especially children and youth financial independence either through consultations or workshops.
Reverend Carlos Maynard
Rev. Carlos Maynard holds a Diploma and Master of Arts in Urban Ministry from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary’s Boston Campus, Center for Urban Ministerial Education (CUME), B.A. in Social Psychology and M.A. in Applied Sociology and Linguistics (magna cum laude) from the University of Massachusetts at Boston. He is also in pursuit of a doctoral degree.
Rev. Carlos is an educator by calling and profession. His professional work have primarily been in the non-profit sector, at institutions of higher education, and public schools in capacities such as admission processes, academic advising, leadership development, teaching and mentoring, research consultation, and program management.
Over the years, he has held various positions including Sunday School Teacher, Youth Leader, Small Group Leader and presently is an ordained Elder at the church, where he oversees some ministry areas and serves as Co-Chair to the Diaconate Board. He is one of the men’s ministry leaders; he is involved in the educational ministry leadership team and has participated on several short-term missionary trips and conferences under the auspices of the United Pentecostal Council of the Assemblies of God (UPCAG).