Bishop Frank A. White

FRANK ANTHONE WHITE is a third generation Church of God in Christ servant born as the eldest child of Bishop Frank Otha White & Dr. Juliet White.

 Discerning his propensities towards the Hammond Organ and piano very early in his childhood, his parents immediately began to nurture those talents which grew and allowed him to accompany many gospel artists such as Benny Cummings, Rev. Timothy Wright, Myrna Summers, as well as performances at the Grammy Awards, Essence Awards, VH-1 Divas “LIVE” and the Tonight Show with David Letterman.

 Always reaching out to the global community, the proceeds of Bishop White’s contributions to the performing arts industry have helped save music programs in public schools across the country.

 In March 1998, he was appointed to the Office of Pastor of Little Zion, (later dedicated by the late Bishop G. E. Patterson as “Zion Cathedral.”)

 During the harvest of the same year, he was appointed to the pastorate of the historic King’s Chapel Church of God in Christ, Southampton, New York.

 This move marked the commencement of visionary pastoral leadership in two locations:

 • His pastorate at King’s Chapel continues to illuminate “The Hamptons” with a forceful outcry for souls – the most prominent being its Annual Summer Soul Winning Tent Crusade and the establishment of the J. A. King Educational Resource Center, Inc.

 • As Pastor of the $4.5 million Zion Cathedral and Vice Chairman of the Cedarmore Foundation, Pastor White spear-headed Zion’s congregational growth into its current membership of more than 2,000 with more than 30 fully operational ministries for every branch of contemporary family life.