Bishop LeeRoy McDuffie, Sr.

Bishop Lee Roy McDuffie, Sr., TH.B.,B.S.

The Lord saved Bishop Lee Roy McDuffie, Sr. on December 07, 1969, at Faith Church under the pastoral-ship of Rev. R.G. Hardy, Sr., where he served for thirteen-years. He also served as a counselor for the Teen Challenge Ministry in various prison institutions, and is currently a member of the Prison Fellowship Ministries in the Southern Maryland area. Bishop McDuffie is a devoted husband to Naomi A. McDuffie for over fifty years; the father of four children, Antonio, Le Roy, Jr., Charles and Cheryl, and the grandfather of seven, and great grandfather of one. On August the 12, 1988, he earned a Bachelor of Theology Degree from International Seminary College. On May 19, 2002, he graduated from the College of Southern Maryland with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Management Development. He retired on June 01, 2002 from Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant in Lusby, Maryland where he served for twenty-nine years as Supervisor and Construction Administrator with Constellation Energy Group.

Bishop McDuffie graduated in 2009 from the University of Maryland University College with a degree in Management Studies. And currently enrolled at Beulah Heights University Majoring in the Master of Art Program in Biblical Studies. One of the major highlights of Bishop McDuffie took place February 26, 2005, when he became Elevated and Consecrated to the Office of Bishop Primate , by the International Alliance of Bishops, headquartered in Raleigh NC. Where His Grace Presiding-Bishop William S. Spain is the establishmentarian and former President; and His Grace Bishop Dr. D. M. Golphin is the President. Bishop McDuffie is also a member of the Joint College of African American Bishops headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio.

Bishop McDuffie is devoted to serving the Lord, which is his major priority. He preaches the Word uncompromisingly and with tremendous anointing and conviction. He is a great teacher and mentor, full of wisdom with an innate desire for souls to be won to the Kingdom of God.