Kevin C. Brown, Co-Founder, Perfecting Ministries & Senior Pastor of The Perfecting Church and Angela M. Brown, Co-Founder, Perfecting Ministries & Executive Director of Loving Our Cities were joined by the Elders and Staff Members of The Perfecting Church for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Photo by April Bey, The Perfecting Church

By Clyde Hughes | AC JosepH Media

SEWELL – The Perfecting Church and the nonprofit Loving Our Cities celebrated moving into their new location at 274 Delsea Dr. with a ribbon cutting Saturday, Nov. 9, and a block party.

The church had been holding its services at Washington Township High School before the move into its new location. Pastor Kevin C. Brown and First Lady Angela M. Brown, cofounders of the church, were joined at the ceremony by New Jersey Assemblywoman Gabriela Mosquera and Washington Township Mayor Joann Gattinelli.

Other local community leaders and church volunteers attended as well, according to a statement released by the church.

“The six-acre campus underwent a dramatic renovation and will serve as a vibrant community space with plans to spur additional development in the heart of a corridor targeted for revitalization,” the statement said.

Angela M. Brown introduced Assemblywoman Mosquera, Mayor of Washington Township Joann Gattinelli and Mayor of Winslow Township Barry Wright. After giving remarks, Digna Townsend, outreach director for U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross, presented a proclamation to the church.

Wright also talked about the ways Winslow Township has partnered with The Perfecting Church and the positive impact of Loving Our Cities in the community.

The Browns were honored by the Gloucester County NAACP with its Power Couple Award at its annual Black and White Gala and Game Changer Awards event on Nov. 3.

READ: Gloucester County NAACP Honors Community Leaders at Annual Gala, Awards

Pastor Kevin Brown and First Lady Angela Brown receives Power Couple Award from Gloucester County NAACP on Nov. 3.

The Perfecting Church hosted its first service in a movie theatre on July 10, 2011 and “has grown into a vibrant gathering place of contemporary Christians discovering, developing and perfecting their abilities, individually and collectively, to enhance the lives of those residing in the communities where we live, work, serve and worship,” the church noted.

Loving Our Cities, which Angela Brown serves as executive director, is a nonprofit community development corporation serving as the community engagement arm of The Perfecting Church. The organization seeks to enhance the quality of life locally. More information on Loving Our Cities can be found at or call 856-817-6223.

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6 thoughts on “The Perfecting Church Opens New Home

  1. Kevin and Angela Brown are such a blessing to the Perfecting Church and the community as a whole. Their commitment to God, their parishioners and the well being of others is commendable. Those who encounter their presence will forever be changed for the better. They are an amazing couple who are on fire for God. Their impact extends well beyond the walls of their church. We are blessed to have them in our community.

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