D.E. Paulk is the Senior Pastor of the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit in Atlanta, GA OUR FOUNDERS Don Paulk, Clariece Paulk, Norma Paulk, Earl Paulk (left to. Donald Earl Paulk is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Donald Earl Paulk and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and. Bishop Earl P. Paulk, an influential evangelical preacher who helped build a Georgia megachurch but who was humbled by accusations of.

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Brewer claimed that on September 11, ; Paulk felt “‘impressed of the Lord’ to get to know her better”. Furman UniversityCandler School of Theology. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Norma Paulk goes home to be with the Lord in January of While there, the church experienced paulj growth, enlarging the building several times, having services in a tent, then moving its services into a building known as the “K-Center. From the first day, Paulk was committed to opening the doors of his church to all people, regardless of racial or economic background.

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By dropping the case before the ruling, the Brewers left open the possibility of filing another suit with the same allegations.

Bishop Paulk now heads a staff of over 25 full-time pastors who serve a parish of over 25, With a pastorate in the Atlanta area during the turbulent ‘s, Pastor Paulk became known around the city for his bold preaching against prejudice and racism through his television and radio programs. Mona Manning Brewer came to the pauulk at the age of 19, four years after her conversion to Christianity. Atlanta Journal-Constitution Norma Paulk January 18, – January 27, For instance, at a meeting of Concerned Clergy, he was one of the pastors who blessed the first civil rights march paklk Selma, Alabama.

Not surprisingly given his opposition to segregation, he was one of the first white pastors to open the doors of his church to blacks. Search Most popular on msnbc.

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At 17 years of age, Earl, Jr. Earl Paulk denied the allegations, claiming Weeks was either mentally unstable or under evil influences. Brandi Paulk supports her husband’s vision and leads the worship team at the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit. Martin Luther King Jr.

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International Board of Preachers. Paulk died early on the morning of March 29,at Atlanta Medical Center after a long battle with cancer. At its peak in the early s, it claimed about 10, members and 24 pastors and was a media powerhouse.

He is the author of several eael and has presented hundreds of sermons regarding the role of the Church in modern society. Upon their return, they continued in the founders’ footsteps ushering the ministry into another shift in consciousness.

Paulk said, declining to talk further about the lawsuits. This was just as a ruling was about to come on a motion by Paulk’s lawyers to dismiss the allegations. Popular stories paul, unavailable Top videos Popular videos currently unavailable.

Retrieved 15 April Admitted affair to the church last year The archbishop, his brother and the church ealr being sued by former church employee Mona Brewer, who says Earl Paulk manipulated her into an affair from to by telling her it was her only path to salvation.

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For over 55 years, the Cathedral has opened its doors to people from every walk of life. The church was famed for combining visual arts particularly with the dance team with a liturgical style.

The Atlanta Journal and the Atlanta Constitution. However, it later emerged that he’d had an extramarital affair with a woman in his church. The young couple took on interim pastorates and traveled extensively.

He joined the ranks of the King family and others in the fight for civil rarl. Paulk resigned from Hemphill in He was one of the few white pastors who marched with Martin Luther King, Jr.

The story received considerable national coverage. Dedicated inthis building was known as the “Cathedral of the Holy Spirit,” and eventually the church changed its name to “the Cathedral at Chapel Hill. Pastor Earl Paulk accomplishes this through a series of sermons about what he calls Kingdom Principles.


This stance wasn’t popular even with some members of his own church; when the first blacks set foot in the church in the early s, several whites walked out in protest. According to her, he had confessed and promised to reform, but reneged on his promise. In a deposition stemming from the lawsuit, the archbishop said under oath that the only woman he had ever had sex with outside of his marriage was Brewer.

Most active discussions votes comments. This page was last edited on 24 Decemberat Paulk had been raised as the son of Don Paulk, Earl Paulk’s brother. Copyright The Laulk Press.

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However, in FebruaryDeKalb County Judge Mark Anthony Scott threw the case into limbo when paullk ruled that she was “of sound mind” when she and Paulk began their relationship. Paulk, who received the mantle of head pastor a year and a half ago.

Not long after taking over at Hemphill, Paulk became a member of “Concerned Clergy,” an interracial group earrl Atlanta pastors who opposed racial segregation. It was during this time that he began preaching against racism. Once had 10, members For years the church was at the forefront of many social movements — admitting black members in the s, ordaining women and opening its doors to gays.

This Web site The Network. In Augustwith the church property facing foreclosure, the campus was sold to another local growing church; [9] who then allowed Chapel Hill to use their old sanctuary. Earl Paulk said that he signed The Atlanta Ministers’ Manifestoa statement prepared in the fall of by a group of 80 clergymen in Georgiarelating specifically to the violence in Little RockArkansasand in general to issues of racial integration from the point of view of Christian social responsibility.

Retrieved November 19, One of them was Tricia Weeks, who had ghostwritten Paulk’s autobiography.