Don’t call her an Apprentice Mr. Trump, call her Rev. Omarosa.
Monday the church announced the ordination of Omarosa O. Manigault. Rev. Manigault was ordained February 18 at the historical Weller Street Missionary Baptist Church, Los Angeles, CA. Rev. Dr. H.B. Hicks, pastor, Metropolitan Baptist Church, Washington, DC, preached the ordination sermon. Rev. K.W. Tulloss offered the charge to Omarosa.
Omarosa is best known to the general public for her aggressive participation on Donald Trump and NBC’s reality show The Apprentice and other reality shows over the years. This will give fans – and haters – another side of Omarosa.
Omarosa went before the ordination committee, made up of prestigious ministers from around the country, lead by the renowned Dr. H. Beecher Hicks, Jr.
Omarosa demonstrated that she was both theologically prepared and scripturally rooted. The committee unanimously voted for her to be approved for ordination. Rev. Manigault now has the authorization to serve and perform all standard Christian ceremonies including marriages, baptisms and funerals.
“This is the day that the Lord has made, I truly rejoice and am glad it is! This was one of the most profound days of my life and my ministry. How amazing I feel to serve God, I made a very personal decision to dedicate my life to the service of the kingdom of God. I intend to continue my seminary studies and to fully discover what God’s plan is for my life and ministry.” says Rev. Omarosa Manigault.
Omarosa grew up in the church in her hometown of Youngstown, Ohio and dedicates her life to her church and her community in the Los Angeles area. Omarosa is currently enrolled in the doctorate of Ministry program at Payne Theological Seminary in Ohio. She received her undergraduate degree from Central State University, Ohio and a Masters Degree from Howard University, DC.
Rev. Omarosa Manigault currently serves as Assistant Pastor at Weller Street Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles, CA.