Anthony Bonett, M.D.
In September 1993, Anthony Bonett was ordained as an Elder at Willingboro Christian Assembly and continues to serve as Associate Pastor.
Pastor Bonett came to know the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior on August 8, 1970 at the age of 7. Since that time, he has been actively involved in various Christian ministries, including Child Evangelism Fellowship (NYC), Christian Athletic organizations, Christian clubs through his teen years, and Campus Crusade for Christ while in College. He also directed the Cornell University Gospel Choir during his years in college.
Pastor Bonett graduated from Cornell University with a dual major Bachelor of Arts degree in 1984 and received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Hahnemann University School of Medicine in 1988. Presently, Pastor Bonett is in private practice, with two office locations, a number of hospital affiliations and also serves as chief physician for a number of school districts in New Jersey. He has also been involved with various Christian drug rehabilitation facilities.
Pastor Bonett is married. He and his wife, Deirdre have three children.
In October 2006, Oswald Brown was ordained an Elder at Willingboro Christian Assembly and is serving as an Associate Pastor.
Pastor Brown received the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior on June 22, 1977. He received Bible Training at Midland Bible Institute in Jamaica, and served the Lord in many capacities; including youth group director, bible teacher, and itinerant Evangelist.
He immigrated with his family to the United States in 1995 to continue his bible training. Pastor Brown graduated from Carver Bible College, in Atlanta, Georgia with a BA in Bible and Theology (summa cum laude) in 1997. He also graduated from Luther Rice Seminary in Lithonia, Georgia with a Master of Arts in Biblical study, and a Master of Divinity Degrees in 1999 and 2000 respectively.
Pastor Brown serves the Lord at Willingboro Christian Assembly in various capacities, but mainly as Director of Christian Education.
Pastor Brown, his wife, two daughters, and four grandsons are all part of the Willingboro Christian Assembly Church family.