Rev. Chekibe Holman

Rev. Chekibe Holman

Reverend Chekibe Holman serves as the lead pastor at First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Athens, Georgia. He attended Alabama A&M University, earning a degree in Plant and Soil Science, which ignited his passion for environmental stewardship and sustainability. Following his undergraduate education, Reverend Holman attended The Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Georgia, with a concentration in Ethics, further integrating his spiritual mission with his dedication to ecological conservation.

Deeply committed to sustainable living, Reverend Holman is a staunch advocate for renewable energy solutions and believes strongly in the ethical responsibility to preserve our natural resources. He is actively engaged in community efforts to promote sustainable practices and often leads initiatives aimed at spreading awareness about environmental conservation.

Reverend Holman also advocates for policies and legislation that support green energy and sustainable initiatives. He is frequently involved in organizing and participating in eco-friendly campaigns and events. Keeping abreast of the latest advancements in sustainable technology, he lives a lifestyle that minimizes ecological impact, embodying the values he preaches.

Driven by a vision of a cleaner, more sustainable planet for future generations, Reverend Holman’s leadership and advocacy reflect his deep commitment to his faith and the environment, making him a respected and influential figure in his community.

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