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Rev. Dr. Charles E. Booth Completes His Earthly Journey


Reverend Dr. Charles Edward Booth, Pastor of The Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, went to be with The Lord March 23, 2019 in Columbus, OH. 

Preaching the Gospel was a life calling for Dr. Charles E. Booth. He traveled the world preaching and teaching the Gospel. Education was a very high priority for this pastor, particularly Christian education. He has preached on college, university, and seminary campuses throughout this country.

Dr. Booth earned his Bachelor of Arts degree at Howard University and his Master of Divinity degree from Eastern Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He earned the Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio where he served as a member of the Board of Trustees. In 2016 he received the Distinguished Ministry Award from United Theological Seminary.

Dr. Charles E. Booth was an author, publishing his book, Bridging the Breach: Evangelical Thought and Liberation in the African-American Preaching Tradition (Urban Ministries) in 2000. The Prophetic Voice: Words for Today was released in 2011. His most recent publication, released in 2014 – Stronger in my Broken Places; Claiming a Life of Fullness in God.

Dr. Booth was born February 4, 1947 in Baltimore, MD and  he has devoted the past 41 years to Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, where he has overseen substantial church growth. In 1993, Dr. Booth founded the Mount Olivet Christian Academy. During Dr. Booth’s tenure, Mt. Olivet raised $2.1 million to build the 100-seat Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Chapel, an administrative wing plus 12 classrooms and expanded the fellowship center along with other facility improvements. Mt. Olivet is now in the planning stages of building an $8 million Family Life Center.

Left to cherish Dr. Booth's memory is his wife Crystal Washington Booth and daughter Kennedy. We pray for their family and friends during this time.