AAI Community Advisory Board and Coalition of Ministerial Alliances
About the Community Advisory Board
The Community Advisory Board is made up of Christian ministers and ministry leaders who know what is needed to undergird the ministry of the church and to equip leaders for 21st century tasks. This group of people has over 150 years of collective experience with church, leadership and urban development that can speak to issues, needs, training and development in a relevant manner both now and for the future.
About the Director: Robert E. Woolfolk, MA, DHL
Pastor Bob Woolfolk has been a part of the Metro Denver community for over 40 years; he has been involved with urban church ministry for over 35 years. Woolfolk has been a part of the Agape Christian Church as pastor, teacher, servant leader and developer since 1973. He has been equipping leaders and developing holistic ministries for over 25 years according to the models of the Christian Community Development Association.
Woolfolk has worked with the several organizations including the founding directors for urban housing, Hope Communities, Inc., Christian Way Schools, Inner City Christian School, Christian Health Clinic, Inner City Health Clinic, Metro Denver Black Church Initiative, The Sky's The Limit Summer Day Camp and the Center for African-American Health.
As Director of African American Initiatives, Woolfolk will develop programs and events for local African American pastors and leaders as well as form relationships with and serve as liaison to the African American community – both in the Denver Metro area and within Denver Seminary. Woolfolk will also continue to serve as a mentoring director for Denver Seminary students. Denver Seminary is grateful for Robert Woolfolk’s leadership and the doors that God has opened for the Seminary to serve the African American community.
Community Task Force
Dr. Verley Sangster
Dr. Ted Travis
Pastor William Golson
Coalition of Ministerial Alliances
This coalition includes groups that are involved with the African American Initiative.
Center for African-American Health