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Locally, Dr. Cole served as President of the First United Baptist District  Congress of Christian Education from 2009 until 2013, and is the past Moderator of the First United Baptist District Association. Currently, Dr.  Cole is the Moderator of the newly incorporated First United Creek District  Association, 2nd Vice-President of the Oklahoma Baptist State Convention,  and Director of the Moderators Division of the Oklahoma Baptist State  Convention. He is a member of the Five-Star Revival Ministerial Alliance.  Formerly he was a member of the Oklahoma Center for Community and  Justice’s dialog study group. He has utilized his gifts of knowledge and  teaching, facilitating numerous classes at the First United Baptist District  Congress of Christian Education and Association. On the national level,  Pastor Cole is the 2nd Vice-President of the Moderators Division of the National Baptist Convention.

Pastor Leroy M. Cole, a native of Meridian, Mississippi is the son of Reverend  James Cole and Minister Cora Lee Cole. He is a graduate of Meridian High  School in Meridian, Mississippi. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in  Industrial Technology, from Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi in September of 2001, a Master of Ministry Degree in May 2004, and a  Doctor of Ministry Degree in May 2007, both from Andersonville  Theological Seminary in Camilla, Georgia May, 2004. Dr. Cole also studied  at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

Pastor Cole has served as pastor of the Rhodes Creek Baptist Church located  in Terry, Mississippi and the Belmont Baptist Church located in Raymond,  Mississippi. Since 2008, he has been faithfully and prayerfully serving as  senior pastor of the historic Mount Zion Baptist Church of Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

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