Bishop Jackie McCullough

Bishop Jacqueline E. McCullough

Bishop Jacqueline E. McCullough

Bishop Jacqueline E. McCullough has an unwavering commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ, the integrity of His Holy Word, and a love for His people!

Bishop McCullough, a native of Kingston, Jamaica, is the senior pastor and founder of The International Gathering at Beth Rapha, in Pomona, NY.  Her vision for evangelistic ministry is expressed in the international outreach of Precious JEM Ministries, Inc., a non-profit religious organization, where she serves as Founder /President. She is also the proud Founder and President of Beth Rapha Christian College and Theological Seminary, Inc.; with the headquartered campus located in Tampa, Florida.

Bishop McCullough was awarded her Doctorate of Ministry from Drew Theological Seminary, and currently holds a Master of Arts in Philosophy from New York University. She has also engaged in postgraduate study at the Jewish Theological Seminary.

In addition to her pastoral duties, Bishop McCullough oversees the Rapha Alliance, currently comprised of nine churches under her overseership and tutelage. She also spearheads the WordAlive Medical Mission, which has provided free medical services to over 30,000 people in parishes throughout the Island of Jamaica and Monrovia, Liberia.

Her compassion for God’s people is further witnessed in her home where she provides 24 hour care for her biological mother, Evangelist Keturah Phillips who will be 104 years old this year. Along with Mom Phillips, she has extended her care to numerous spiritual sons, daughters, and grandchildren, all of whom abode at her residence.

Amid all of this, Bishop McCullough has authored 4 books: 105 Days of PrayerSatisfaction of the Soul, a devotional entitled Daily Moments with God: in Quietness and Confidence; and her latest book, The Other Side of This, released in August 2012 from her own publishing company, Bright Light Publishing.

Along with her books, she has released 2 praise and worship CD’s entitled “This is For You Lord;” and “The New Sound.” Bishop McCullough is featured in the book, “Messengers” by David Ritz (Doubleday) as one of the leading ministers of our time.