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Minister in Greensboro Dr. Nick GlennMeet Dr. Nicholas And Dr. Nikki Glenn, Senior Minister

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Nicholas A. Glenn is a native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  He was baptized into Christ in January 1987 at the age of 8 at the Redland Church of Christ in Advance, North Carolina.  He later began preaching the gospel at the young age of 14 years old. From the start, he had a strong love for God and people, as well as preaching.

In November of 2002, he became the Associate Minister in Greensboro at the South English Street (Now Sharpe Road) Church of Christ in Greensboro, North Carolina, and served in that capacity for over 14 years.  On January 15, 2017, he was installed as the ministering Evangelist at the Sharpe Road Church of Christ.

He is the son-in-law of Bro. Julius S. Greene, Minister Emeritus of the Sharpe Road Church of Christ. Nick is also the son of Larry A. Glenn, the current minister of the Redland Church of Christ in Advance, North Carolina.

He has been privileged to preach at several congregations throughout the brotherhood and has conducted various workshops, fellowships, lectureships, and gospel meetings.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, as well as a Masters of Arts in Theological Studies and a concentration in Pastoral Counseling from Liberty University.

Nicholas finished his Doctorate in Ministry degree with a concentration in Expository Preaching from Tennessee Temple University. He has been married to the former Nikki Greene of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, since July 2003.  They have one daughter, Nia Symone Glenn.

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Minister emeritus julius greeneJulius And Donna Greene, Minister Emeritus

faithfully serving since 1982

Julius S. Greene is a native of Winston-Salem, NC. He graduated from Winston-Salem, Forsyth County Schools and attended Forsyth Technical Community College and Winston Salem State University (Business Administration).
He also attended the Linville Forest School of Preaching, and took correspondence courses through Southwestern Christian College. He was a faithful employee for RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company for 32 years until his retirement.

Julius began preaching in 1982 at the Woodmere Church of Christ where he helped grow the congregation from 7 to 42 members. This was an excellent opportunity for him to develop his ministerial growth and training.

However, in 1984, Julius matriculated to Carver Road Church of Christ where he served as the assistant under Bro. Cloys Cecil for 12 years. Finally, God saw fit for Julius to transition once again to the South English Church of Christ.

Here, he worked as the assistant minister in Greensboro per the request of its head minister, Bro. Jerry Taylor. After five years of serving in the capacity of assistant, Julius was asked to become the full-time minister in Greensboro the of South English Street (Now Sharpe Road Church of Christ) after Bro. Taylor relocated.

He served in that capacity faithfully until January 2017 when he retired from full-time ministry.  He currently serves the congregation as Minister Emeritus. Julius has been happily married to his lovely wife, Donna for 37 years.

Through this union, Julius and Donna were blessed with two lovely children; a son, Julius A. Greene, and a daughter, Nikki (Nicholas) Glenn. He also has a grandson, Evan Chase, and a granddaughter, Nia Symone Glenn.

The importance of ministers, preachers, and evangelists

Ministers who faithfully preach the gospel of Jesus Christ serve a crucial role in individual lives and communities. Their words and actions impart timeless truths of love, compassion, and forgiveness, inspiring believers to deepen their faith and guiding seekers toward spiritual fulfillment. 


Such ministers not only uphold the teachings of Christ but also act as beacons of hope and unity, fostering a sense of belonging and purpose among their congregation. 


Their dedication to spreading the gospel nurtures a foundation of moral values and ethical conduct, contributing positively to the moral fabric of society at large. Thus, a minister who preaches the gospel of Jesus Christ plays a vital role in shaping hearts, minds, and communities toward greater understanding, compassion, and spiritual growth.