FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
“I enthusiastically support Teresa Tomlinson’s candidacy for the U.S. Senate. Throughout her many years of leadership, she has served as a powerful voice for reconciliation and unity during a time where it is easier to pit people against each other. She has fought to tear down every artificial barrier that stands between us, and there is no doubt in my mind that she will continue to do so as a United States Senator.”
— Rev. Anthony A. W. Motley
Rev. Anthony A. W. Motley currently serves as the Senior Pastor at Lindsay Street Baptist Church, where he has served since 1980. Lindsay Street Baptist Church has served the Historic English Avenue community of downtown Atlanta for over 100 years.
Rev. Motley has participated in numerous community organizations, including the Concerned Black Clergy of Atlanta, the New Era State Convention of Georgia, the Progressive Baptist Convention, and the Atlanta Baptist Minister Union. He is a former adjunct professor at Morris Brown College. He is an outspoken community voice on the cutting issues of the day, including whether guns should be allowed in churches.
He was first called to the ministry at eighteen years of age, and he has served in the past at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in Tallapoosa, Georgia; Wares Grove Baptist Church in Cedartown, Georgia; and Flat Rock Baptist Church in Rome, Georgia
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