"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose."
Pastor Trevon D. Boone is a native of Suffolk, Virginia. He is a graduate of Virginia State University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration. He attended The Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University and earned a Master of Divinity. Currently is Pursuing a Doctor of Ministry in Expository Preaching and Teaching from Liberty University.
Pastor Boone was licensed to preach the gospel on January 7, 2000, and ordained in 2004 under the leadership of his spiritual father the Late Bishop W. P. Wiggins, Sr. at the New Mount Joy C.O.G.I.C. He severed as the episcopal adjutant to Bishop Wiggins, Youth Pastor, and othercountless positions that help to groom him for the assignment that God had destined for him.
In August of 2012, Pastor Boone began serving as Pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Outreach Center in Suffolk, VA. Tabernacle has grown tremendously under his leadership. New ministries have been added, the purchasing of 3.5 acres of land debt-free, as well as becoming and remaining an advocate in the Driver Community of Suffolk.
Having a commitment to community service, Pastor Boone serves as a board member of the Boys and Girls Club (Suffolk Virginia), Advisory Board for the Suffolk Sickle Cell Association, the Chesapeake Community Criminal Justice Board, the Suffolk Coalition of Black Pastors, Past President of the Suffolk Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance, The Sharon Missionary Baptist Association and its’ Allied Bodies, and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Pastor Boone is married to his lovely partner in life and ministry, Yukita D. Boone. They are the proud parents of four amazing Children: Ryzhane' (Kelvin), Tazhiya, Zhalaya,and Tre’Zhon; and two beautiful grandchildren; Kaliyah and Kelvin Jr. (KJ).
We believe we were created to worship, embrace discipleship, enjoy fellowship, embrace change, stand for the justice of this world, consider the family, and recognize the purpose and power of communicating with God through prayer.