Rev. Taft Quincey Heatley
Shiloh Baptist Church
7:00 p.m. – Tuesday Evening Worship
Noon – Prayer Call and Scope
Prayer Line: 563-999-2090- Access Code:564-541
Connect via Periscope: Pastor Heatley @tqHeatley
SUNDAY SERVICE TIMES
8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.-Worship Services
Worship Center (Get Directions)
1401 Jamieson Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22314
Nursery and Children’s Church (ages 2-12)
Available 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Sunday – Children’s Church
Youth Church (Grades 7th-12th)
Available 2nd and 4th Sunday – Youth Church
9:45 a.m.-Church School Classes
Children and Youth Classes (2-18 years old)
Administrative Office (Get Directions)
Rev. Taft Quincey Heatley is the twelfth senior pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church, Alexandria, Virginia.
Rev. Heatley recently served as the Executive Pastor of the Ray of Hope Christian Church in Decatur, Georgia, under the leadership of the Rev. Dr. Cynthia L. Hale, Senior Pastor. As Executive Pastor, Rev. Heatley oversaw all the ministries at the Ray of Hope which totaled more than 50 and managed a staff of 12.
In April 2014, Rev. Heatley released his first book, God Is the Goal: The Chase for Intimacy with God. In March 2015, Rev. Heatley served as “Chaplain of the Day,” at the Georgia House of Representatives and on March 16, 2015, Rev. Heatley was the guest minister on the Yolanda Adams Morning Show for their Meditation Monday segment.
Rev. Heatley is a 1989 graduate Morehouse College where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics with a Minor in Physics. In 2007, Rev. Heatley completed his Masters of Divinity Degree at the Princeton Theological Seminary. At Princeton, Rev. Heatley was recognized for both homiletical and scholastic excellence, receiving the Jagow Prize for preaching; the John T. Galloway Prize in Expository Preaching as well as the Elder Garnett Hawkins Award for Scholastic Excellence. His sermon, “A Grave Danger Disciples Face,” was published in the Fall 2006 Seminarian Issue of The African American Pulpit.
Currently, Rev. Heatley is a doctoral candidate at The Candler School of Theology Emory University in Atlanta, GA pursuing a doctor of ministry in Biblical Interpretation and Proclamation.
Rev. Heatley is a native of Hartsville, South Carolina. On December 28, 2012, Reverend Heatley married his gift from God in the person of Krystal Heatley from Pensacola, FL. They have two children, William Quincey and Quinn Kelsey.