Noble Williams, the son of Abraham and Annie Mae Williams, is a lifelong Alabama resident and graduate of Pacelli High School in Columbus, Georgia, attended Columbus State University and the Beacon Theological Seminary.
He was employed for twenty-three years as a locomotive engineer with Norfolk Southern Railway when he received his calling to go into the Ministry and was ordained in 1997. He has served as Senior Pastor of Greater Mount Zion Baptist Church since Nov. 2000. During this assignment, there has been an exciting and rewarding manifestation of the power of God in the church and his personal life. The church has doubled in size under his leadership with major renovations and acquisitions of property within its vicinity. The church has an explosive Youth Ministry and a fruitful Homeless Ministry as well as a number of other programs. Pastor Williams’ love of the gospel has taken him to Mozambique, Africa, where he led crusades and pastors’ conferences followed by a trip to the Holy Land.
Pastor Williams is married to Dorothy Parkman Williams, his partner in ministry and life. First Lady Williams, a teacher and leader within the body who personifies a godly lifestyle. They have three children, Shurette, Tisha, and Brandon, and five grandchildren—Christopher, Keith, Erin, Tristan, and Kaleyn.
Greater Mt. Zion Baptist Church exists to glorify God by being obedient to His infallible Word, expressing our love for Him through worship, equipping the saints to fulfil the great commission, and to remain faithful until the coming of the Lord.
Pastor and First Lady Williams believe, and therefore speak, “The Safest Place in All the World is in the Will of God.”