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  • William Wilmore, Jr.

    Contributing sermons since Jul 7, 2003
William's church

New Galilee Missionary Baptist Church
Wilmington, Delaware 19804
(302) 994-2833

About William
  • Experience: BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH The Reverend Dr. William Bryant Wilmore, Jr. has been described by many as “A 21st Century Preacher, with an old fashioned religion.” He has faithfully served as Senior Pastor of the exciting New Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, in Belvedere, DE, for the past twenty years. His preaching experience spans more than thirty years. Pastor Wilmore’s explosive, anointed and illustrative preaching style has captivated congregations and has made him one of the most sought after preachers in the Mid-Atlantic region. His church’s weekly cable television ministry - “Show Me The Way” - reaches more than 150,000 homes in New Castle County, Delaware area. Rev. Wilmore is a gifted Gospel Music Musician, Playwright and Actor. In 2001, he accepted the role of Abolitionist Harry Craig in the made for television documentary, “Whispers of Angels,” starring Hollywood actors Blair Underwood and Ed Asner. He has also held principal roles in numerous theater productions including: August Wilson’s “The Piano Lesson, as well as the stage production of Driving Miss Daisey and Jesus Christ Superstar.” He is the only African American in the history of the noted Wilmington Drama League to be voted “Actor of the Year.” Pastor Wilmore is also former President of the United Baptist Convention of Delaware, Inc. In addition, he is also the only African American Chaplain for the 970-member Delaware State Police Force and holds the rank of Captain. Reverend Wilmore is a former television and radio journalist and recipient of dozens of Associated Press Awards and two television Emmy nominations. His humble motto is: “If I can help somebody, as I pass along... than my living will not be in vain.”
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: For preaching engagements please contact: Shirley T. Goldsberry - Scheduling Secretary (302) 994-2833 No church is too small for me to come to and preach>
  • What I want on my tombstone: “If I can help somebody, as I pass along... than my living will not be in vain.”
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  • It's Time To Get The Ashes Off The Altar

    Contributed on Jul 19, 2007
    based on 145 ratings

    Often our lives are cluttered by the residue of past experiences, making it difficult for us to receive the full blessings of God.

    Text: Numbers 4:13 "And they shall take away the ashes from the altar, and spread a purple cloth thereon..." My brothers and sisters, biblically, the origin of the altar goes clear back to Genesis when Noah built an altar to offer sacrifices after the flood. Genesis 8 & 20 says: "And Noah more

  • 77 Words From A Hot Place

    Contributed on Jul 9, 2007
    based on 84 ratings

    A sermon using the recent craze with the number 7-7-7, and the massive heat wave which is currently gripping much of the country. If you are looking for a timely sermon... this is it! The 3-points for this sermon were borrowed from sermon discovered on a

    Introduction: My sisters and brothers, there are two phenomena, or two significant headlines that have captured the attention of people across the country recently and I’d like to use them phenomena as a foundation for today’s sermon. The first phenomena that made headlines was the date: more

  • We Need More Men In The Pea Patch

    Contributed on Jun 26, 2007
    based on 78 ratings

    A Great Father’s Day sermon, but can easily be adapted to fit any men’s outreach group. Some elements of this sermon have been adapted from a text found on the internet, in another sermon service.

    Happy Father’s Day! Today America honors dads throughout the land. And for my Father’s Day Sermon I want to call your attention to 2nd Samuel 23. 2nd Samuel 23 tells us about ‘David’s mighty men.’ These were a group of highly trained soldiers who fought on many battlefields along side of more

  • "Eenie, Meanie, Miny, Mo"

    Contributed on Jun 26, 2007
    based on 74 ratings

    Don’t make a willy nilly choice to serve God, but be resolute about it.

    The points and some of the text for this sermon are borrowed from one I ran across on another sermon service. Text: Joshua 24:15 15 And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side more

  • Every Shut Eye Ain't Sleep, Every Goodbye Ain't Gone

    Contributed on May 3, 2007
    based on 91 ratings

    A eulogy for a woman who died, who had several physical challenges, but was raised in the church and knew the Lord. The sermon can be easily adapted to fit any person who dies in Christ.

    Text: 1 Corinthians 15:51-58 51 Behold, I shew you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, 52 In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed. 53 For this more