Bishop HD Brown
“The Black led church movement started with a small group of African Caribbean immigrants who wanted to continue their Christian journey which began in their native lands. On arrival in the United Kingdom many of them did not find places of worship that were welcoming. As a result these people created their own assemblies which catered for the spiritual needs of the new community.
As the community grew so did the Black led churches particularly in the New Testament, Apostolic, and the Church of God of prophecy denominations. These churches have been the foundation and backbone of our African Caribbean community, over the last five decades they have catered for both the Social and Spiritual needs of our people.”Bishop HD Brown
Bishop Brown was a pioneer of the Black led Church in Britain
Bishop Brown is one of our earliest pioneers. He was among the first arrivals in Wolverhampton during the 1950s. Along with Oliver Lyseight, Bishop Brown pioneered the founding of Britain’s Black church movement. He also set up the Mount Shiloh Church which remains one of Britain’s oldest Black led churches.