Bishop Melvin T. Taylor, Overseer and Founder of Word of Faith International Outreach and the Presiding Overseer and Founder of Global United Ministries of Jesus Christ.


The Spiritual History of Bishop Taylor began in 1988 when he rededicated his life to God, accepted the call of salvation and received the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. Pastor Taylor received his early Christian training at Zion Temple Apostolic church under the pastorate of Pastor Dorothy Barnes and later Bishop Mark A Moore Sr. After serving in many capacities, Sunday school teacher, bus driver, outreach leader, Deacon, and as a minister. In early 1999, Bishop Taylor along with his wife, Pastor Carol Taylor and his children, heeded the call to Pastor.  In September of 1999 Bishop Taylor opened the doors to Word of Faith Outreach Ministry.


  In 2004 Bishop Taylor experienced his first of many foreign mission trips launching him into his international ministry. After traveling to Port au Prince, Haiti, Bishop Taylor began an extensive foreign travel experience which included evangelizing, preaching and teaching the gospel.  This experience led him to working in the missionary field first in Haiti, then Guatemala, El Salvador, Croatia, Serbia, Guyana, South America, Turks and Caicos Islands, Ghana, West Africa, and in 2013 Nairobi, Kenya.


 Bishop Taylor along with his wife were ordained Elder and Evangelist through the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, and served with the D.C, Delaware and Maryland District Council until 2010.  During this year of change, Bishop Taylor began his nonprofit, Partnership in Christ International. Through outstanding partnerships within the local community, Partnership in Christ International was expanded into the foreign mission field. The first school was built in Dessalines Haiti, providing students with school supplies, building toilets, supporting teachers, providing salaries, etc... In 2013, land was purchased and the process of building a two story school in Gonaives Haiti was begun; with the hope of educating 200 or more students.  Bishop Taylor oversees many churches both in Turks and Caicos Island, Cap Haitian, Gonaives and Port au Prince, all in Haiti with others desiring to partner.


 In 2011, after forming many fellowships both locally and internationally, Global United Ministries of Jesus Christ was formed by Bishop Taylor and he was consecrated as the Presiding Bishop/Overseer. Bishop Taylor's vision for Global United is to build strong fellowships, connect resources with needs, to teach and empower leaders and churches both on the local and international level.


 In the local community, Bishop Taylor has served on several boards.   He has served on a homeless shelter, and presently serves on Clergy United and on the Board of Appeals of Aberdeen, Maryland an appointed position by the Mayor; just to name a few.


Bishop Taylor believes in and exemplifies the Great Commission, "And he said to them, Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to the whole creation” {Mark 16:15}  


On November 3, 2015, Bishop Melvin T. Taylor unanimously won the seat for Aberdeen City Council in Aberdeen, Maryland.