Pastor McTillmon has searched the scriptures and found that many are called but few are chosen. Matthew 22:14
Pastor McTillmon is a devoted wife to Selvyn McTillmon and a loving mother to one daughter Alexis Richmond.
Pastor Kim has served as Chaplain at Barber-Scotia College in Concord, NC, her alma mater, and has previously served as supply Pastor for the Empire Circuit of the United Methodist Church in Randolph County.
A native of Randleman, North Carolina, she graduated from Randleman High School and is known in the area for her natural athletic ability especially on the basketball court, which enabled her to attend Barber-Scotia College on a full basketball scholarship. Upon completion of the course requirements, Pastor Kim graduated from Barber-Scotia in May of 1987 reigning with the title of Miss Barber-Scotia College, receiving her Bachelor’s of Science degree.
Employed with the Guilford County School system for 22 years as an educator, she has taught third through sixth grades and coached girl’s basketball, boy’s volleyball and special assistant to the football team.
Currently, she is the Curriculum Facilitator with the Early/Middle College on the campus of NCA&TSU.
Pastor Kim was licensed in 1999 and ordained in 2003 under the Pastoral Care of Reverend Joseph Duke, Pastor Emeriti of Outreach Missionary Baptist, Inc. Greensboro, North Carolina. She served there as an Associate Pastor for 6 years.
Pastor Kim became the Chaplain of Barber-Scotia College in the spring of 2009 through 2012 as she ministered in the spirit of the motto of the school for, Head, Heart and Hand.
She is currently pursuing a Master’s of Divinity at Hood Theological Seminary. This is her fourth year of study and is currently the Pastor of Marytown Community Fellowship, located at 2802 West Vandalia Road and Co-Founder of Camp LucyAnn a retreat center located in Goldston, North Carolina, for those that seek to become one with God.
Her favorite scripture to date is Romans 8:31…”if God be for us, who can be against us?”
Pastor McTillmon is also intrigued by the Last Will and Testament that her fellow alumnus left before she died, the great Mary McLeod Bethune, “I leave you Love, love builds. It is positive and helpful. It is more beneficial than hate.”
You may reach Pastor McTillmon by email at: email@example.com
You may also reach her by phone at: 336-707-5222
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