W e desire to be a loving congregation and we pray that as you browse our site, you shall see that our ministries focus on places of love, reconciliation and restoration. We praise God for blessing us with your presence.
Our mission at St. Luke is to be a healthy, multi-
We know that you could have chosen any site to visit; however, we are grateful and thank God for leading you this way. We pray that you will be blessed as you tour our ministries. The St. Luke church family welcomes you to visit our physical location and become a part of our family if you are without a church home. We have many ministries that will be a blessing to you and your family. Again, thank you for visiting us. Remember that God loves you and so do we.
P astor T.C. Johnson is the son of the late Helen Fuller and the late L.C. Johnson. He is also the grandson of the late Joe Cephas and Mary Fuller. He was born and reared in rural Pike County, Alabama, where he attended public school and is a 1971 graduate of Goshen High School. He joined the U.S. Army in 1972 and served his country for over 21 years. During his military career, he received numerous recommendations, awards and decorations, which include: seven Good Conduct Medals, the Army Achievement Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal, the German Army Missile Award, and Instructor of the Year Award. His distinguished service record was acknowledged when he was awarded the distinguished “Legion of Merit.” He was also inducted into the Historical and Prestigious Sergeant Morale’s Leadership Club with lifetime membership.
An esteemed veteran, Pastor Johnson is a graduate of the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy and Command Sergeants Majors Course at Ft. Bliss, Texas; Distinguished Graduate of the United States Army Missile and Munitions Center Leadership Course at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama; graduate, Cross Cultural Communication Courses at Fort Walton Beach, FL, Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio; graduate, Seventh Armored Infantry School at Bad Tolz, Germany; qualified, “Air Assault at the One Hundred and First Airborne,” Air Assault Division, Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. Pastor Johnson retired active duty on July 1, 1994, as the Command Sergeant Major of the 87th Corps Support Battalion, 24th Infantry Mechanized Division of Ft. Stewart, Georgia.
Pastor Johnson’s civilian education includes: Courses of study in Ancient History and Bible Literature at Maryland University in Europe; Philosophy and Music at St. Leo College; Psychology, Social Problems at Hopkinsville College; and Sociology at Hartfort College. He is a graduate of Leadership Huntsville L-21. Pastor Johnson is a former student of Theology at the Huntsville Baptist College; a graduate of Athens University receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Liberal Arts with an emphasis on Religion; and a graduate of Beeson School of Divinity at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, receiving a Masters of Divinity.
Pastor Johnson is the father of three sons: Reginald (Carissa) Johnson; Keane (Claudine) Johnson and Tremayne Johnson; and the proud grandfather of three granddaughters, Kailyn, Levi, and Karis; and one grandson, Reginald John-Wesley.
Pastor Johnson is a beacon within the community- challenging the political leaders to address social and economic injustice. He has worked tirelessly undergirding the citizens of Huntsville to ensure fair and equal treatment and opportunities for all citizens. He faithfully attends city council and city school board meetings; and regularly communicates with the Mayor’s Office and the Office of the Chief of Police.
Pastor Johnson has an exhilarating personality and it has radiated throughout the community; thereby drawing new believers, restoring those who have gotten sidetracked and reconciling those who have abandoned the way. Under the Hand of God through the leadership of Pastor Johnson, the church has witnessed its most progressive increase in spirituality and membership.
T.C. Johnson, Pastor
St. Luke Christian Church
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