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Rev. Georgiette Morgan-Thomas

Rev. Morgan-Thomas is the Pastor of Mustard Seed Faith Ministry, established in 2002. 

Rev. Morgan-Thomas has been used by God to deliver half a dozen young men from the streets who were rooted in illegal activities and they now work, take care of their children, have their own apartments and know the Lord.

For more than 10 years, she sponsored a PAL Play Street each summer for youth, providing more than 20 jobs for the community.   She initiated a campaign which afforded youngsters the opportunity to attend sleep away camp several weeks during the summer, allowing them to develop a consciousness of their environment.  The ministry, under her leadership, has supported a mission in Ghana that takes care of street children and spreads the good news in the remote areas of that country. 

God has allowed her to help a multitude of families, seniors, and individuals find affordable housing and needed resources, while actively advocating for much needed services to the community and fighting to change systems that deny services and resources.  She seeks to bring together “all God’s children” by hosting a monthly inter- denominational Clergy meeting to brainstorm, means by which the Church can become a viable institution in the community, and work jointly to build God’s Kingdom.  As well as working closely with the United Muslim Alliance to strengthen Christian/Muslim relationships within our community.

Rev. Morgan-Thomas has committed her life to the service of God through both her professional work and her community activism. She is the Chair of Community Board 9 and is the Director of Harlem Services for Goddard Riverside Community Center one of New York Cities’ largest not-for-profit organizations.  She serves on the Board of Managers of the Harlem YMCA, is former President of a section of the National Council of Negro Women, served on the Board of Directors for Rebuilding Together Manhattan (formerly Christmas in April), and she works with both the 30th and 32nd police precinct Clergy Councils. 

She has received numerous awards and recognition from many organizations including the “Robin Hood Hero of 2005”, Harlem YMCA” Volunteer of the Year 2009”, “Outstanding Leader in Human Rights in 2010,the NAACP Community Dedication award, and the Virtuous Woman award in 2012.

She has one son Robert James Morgan III who resides in Va. Beach, Va. with his wife.