Marvin St. Macary  is a native of Jamaica, New York where he was educated in the Jesuit school system at Xavier High School.   At a young age, he confessed his belief in Jesus Christ as his Lord and personal savior at Highland Church under the leadership of Pastor Subash Cherian.  Marvin received a bachelor’s degree in Theater Arts and African American Studies from Fordham University at Lincoln Center.  After eight years of working in the entertainment industry in New York and Los Angeles for celebrities like Sean “P Diddy” Combs and Hype Williams, he moved to Lynchburg, Virginia to join the Ramp Church International in 2006.  At the Ramp, Marvin became quickly involved in the usher ministry, media ministry, and administration as well as partaking in a missionary trip to India.  He became the leader of the drama ministry through which he wrote, directed, and produced the play “The Witness” based on the Azusa street revival.  Marvin is one of the board directors of the Black Theater Ensemble where he directed “The Wiz” and currently has two plays in pre-production.  Mr. St. Macary is a highly sought out public speaker in the Central Virginia area who speaks to thousands of high school students on various life skills.  He’s a graduate of the J. Alfred Cage Bible Institute and in 2012, he was ordained a deacon through One Way Churches Internationals.  After review and examinations by the bishops and pastors of One Way, Marvin was licensed an elder in January 2014 and installed an assistant pastor in April 2014.  In May, he will be celebrating his five year anniversary with his wife Ashley St. Macary.  Together they have one daughter, Gabrielle Zion St. Macary.    

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