Rev Dr. William T. Wallace, Sr.
an Elder in the Peninsula Delaware Conference with 40 years of experience comes to Union from Waugh Chapel UMC in Cambridge, Maryland where he resided for 20 years. He has four children (William Jr, Jahnae, Ariel and Shala); five granddaughters (Jaden, Jae'ionna, Anissa, Chrisslyn and Makaylah) and five grandsons (William III, Jaedan, Quincy, Izreal and Makyye).
He has a BA in Social work, Masters of Divinity: Wesley Theological Seminary and a Doctorate of Ministry in Evangelism. He has served on numerous Local, District and General Church agencies, boards and commissions within the United Methodist Church. He has taught lay speaker/lay servant classes, several workshops for community empowerment ministries, adjunct teacher at Sojourner Douglass College and convener of NWC.
His objective is to encourage persons to appreciate African history and lead workshops and spiritual growth seminaries that will enable clergy and laity to become more effective and responsive to their call relative to the Great Commission of disciple making as well as God's call on their lives. One of the ways he attempts to accomplish this task is by writing articles for The African Heritage Theological Journal which is designed to inform both laity and clergy concerning historical and theological issues.