Bishop Hezekiah Walker
Is the visionary, founder and Senior Pastor of the Love Fellowship Tabernacle Churches in Brooklyn, New York and Bensalem, Pennsylvania. Bishop Walker shepherds a growing and multi-cultural flock of members varying in age, race and socio-economic backgrounds.
Love Fellowship Tabernacle was birthed in November 1993, located at 2425 Pacific Street. The cradle of the Tabernacle’s humble beginnings began with only eight members. The church, located in the East New York section of Brooklyn, focused on the young adolescents in the community.
As a result, many young people turned from a life of drugs, crime and sin because of his ability to preach, teach and “rightly divide” the Word of God without fear or reservation.
The need for souls to be saved was always a priority on the heart of Pastor Walker; so on Easter Sunday 1996 Love Fellowship Tabernacle relocated to 464 Liberty Avenue. What had begun with only eight members had quickly blossomed to over 1,000 members.
Pastor Hezekiah Walker was ordained Overseer by the Late Bishop Kenneth H. Moales, Sr. during the 10thAnnual Kingdom Week Celebration. Recently after that he was consecrated as Bishop at the 89thAnnual Church of our Lord Jesus Christ Convocation by the Late Chief Apostle William L. Bonner. Later that year in the Fall of 2008 his Bishopric was affirmed by Bishop Kenneth H. Moales, Sr. and Chief Apostle Huie L. Rogers.
In 2010, due to the untimely transition of the late Bishop Kenneth H. Moales Sr; Bishop Hezekiah Walker was enthroned into the office of the Presiding Prelate of the Pentecostal Churches of Jesus Christ Fellowship which has churches in the United States and Africa.