Overseer Ann McDuffie
Naomi Ann McDuffie, affectionately called Sister Ann, is truly a woman of God. Her attitude and gratitude personify the goodness of the Lord. Born and raised in Pasadena, Maryland, Sister Ann was introduced to the Lord by her grandmother, the late Naomi V. Cornish. Sister Ann began her personal and committed journey with Jesus, March 1970, at Faith Tabernacle Church in Baltimore, Maryland.
Sister Ann serves as the Assistant Pastor of Gospel Tabernacle of Prayer (GTOP) Church located in Clements, St. Mary’s County, Maryland where her husband, Pastor Leroy McDuffie, Sr. is the founder and Senior Pastor. She is the leader and founder of GTOP Women of Light (WOL) Outreach Ministry.
Sister Ann enjoys time with her family. She is the mother of three sons, R. Antonio, Leroy, Jr., and Charles and one daughter, Cheryl. They all love and appreciate her zealousness for the Lord. She values time spent with the grandchildren. After 32 years of service to the Social Security Administration, Sister Ann retired December 31, 2003. She has continued to serve as a volunteer for those in need of assistance. She truly enjoys serving others.
Sister Ann is truly a virtuous woman. She is certainly a wonderful example of a godly woman, full of character and full of the Holy Ghost. One favorite scripture is James 5:16, Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.