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Minister Arnetta D. Neville is a gifted preacher, teacher, vocalist, and mentor. She was born and raised in the Old Fourth Ward District of Atlanta, Ga., and is the daughter of Rosemary Wilingham and the late Garvin Giles. 

She is a graduate of Point University with a degree in Organizational Leadership as well as a graduate of The Interdenominational Theological Center Certification Program in Theology.

Minister Neville comes from a long line of entrepreneurs and community activists which help to shape her leadership skills and compassion for community outreach. 

She is an experienced businesswoman and entrepreneur with over 26 years in corporate banking, finance, and accounting and an award winning business soft skills trainer in leadership, mentoring and coaching. She has been a board member of the Unity Network Counseling Center; a non-profit organization that assists inner city youth in education enrichment, financial literacy, job placement and community engagement. Her civic memberships and involvement include; The Atlanta Urban League; The National Action Network; Fulton County Democratic Committee; and the Gospel Music Workshop Choirs of America, Atlanta Chapter. 

Minister Neville was licensed to preach the gospel by her Pastor, Rev. Dr. Aaron L. Parker Sr. of Zion Hill Baptist Church, Atlanta, Ga. on June 30, 2013. She is anointed with a unique blend to exhort the gospel of Jesus Christ through the preached word and song. 

She has been a guest speaker and vocalist, for numerous religious groups, civic and business organizations, local  churches, community wide events, radio and television programs, Min. Neville has been sought out as a featured speaker, preacher, and worship leader. 

Her ministry has catapulted her mission of spreading the “Good News” beyond the U.S and has taken her as far as Liberia, West Africa, where she has lead transformative women’s workshops, as well as being a featured guest preacher for the annual youth summit and guest vocalist in the historical and oldest church founded (1825) in Liberia, Providence Baptist Church. 

She is passionate in serving God’s people right where they are and encouraging them through the gospel of Jesus Christ to live a purpose filled life. As a licensed minister in the Baptist church, she is boldly pursuing the call on her life to be an empowering and uncompromising voice in the Body of Christ.

She proudly, yet humbly serves, “Where the love of God meets the community in service” with her husband, Rev. Dr. Steven D. Neville Pastor of the Metropolitan Baptist Church, in Boston Massachusetts.


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