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Pastor David L. Stanley, Sr.

Pastor David L. Stanley, Sr.David L. Stanley was born the fourth of five children to Mr. Charles and Mrs. Anna Stanley.  He is a native of Dublin, Georgia.

He attended M. M. Burdell Elementary School and Northeast High School in Macon.  Rev. Stanley is an active member and a profound teacher and preacher at Union Baptist Church here in the city.  Before accepting pastorship at Union Baptist Church, Rev. Stanley served as Sunday School Teacher, Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent.  After receiving God's call to the ministry in 1985, he accepted pastoral duties at Union Baptist Church in 1987.

As Pastor, his philosophy is the importance on instructing his flock (and others) so they will become more knowledgeable about God's word.  He implemented the Union Baptist Non-Accredited Bible School to further enhance regular bible study in educating his members. 

Rev. Stanley has received a Certificate of Diploma from Moody Bible College in :Old and New Testament Studies" and his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biblical Studies from Carolina University in Lincolnton, North Carolina.  His study is ongoing to keep abreast of God's word.

His affiliations are as follows:   Member and Past President of the Baptist Ministers Union of Macon, Georgia, First Vice President of the Six District of the State Convention of Georgia, 2nd Vice Moderator of the Union Baptist Association.   Also, he has received a "Key to the City" for community work and was selected by the citizens of Macon as one of Macon's Most Inspirational Speakers.  Not only is Rev. Stanley sought after for preaching engagements, he is also an excellent teacher called on to do workshops and seminars. 

Finally yet importantly, Pastor Stanley is married to Deborah Crawford Stanley and id the father of one son, David, Jr., daughter-in-law, Chiquita and grandson, Brandon.


Associate Ministers

Rev. Johnny Billingslea
Rev. Gerald Cofer
Rev. James Hand
Rev. Jesse Liggins
Rev. Freddie Mack
Evangelist Teresa McKinney
Rev. Allen Walker