Bishop Carrie J. Surratt

Bishop Carrie J. Surratt is a native of Alexandria, Virginia where she completed her primary educational requirements. Further studies we pursued at George Washington University, University of Maryland, Washington Bible College and Rhema Bible School. She received her Masters Degree in Religious Studies at Washington Saturday College, as well as an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Washington Saturday College.

Bishop Surratt has served on the planning committee for Minority Women in Ministry for the National Council of Churches. She was selected, out of thousands of women, to be one of hundreds in “Women of Achievement”, which is the first book of history in Prince George’s County, Maryland highlighting women and their accomplishments.

Bishop Surratt is the founder and president of Bible Prayer Time Faith Ministries, Incorporated and the Senior Pastor of The Lord’s Church of Restoration in Clinton, Maryland. She has served as the Academic Dean of the Restoration Development Institute, and is also the founder and CEO of Project Uplift, Incorporated, which is the catalyst for community projects and outreach ministries. Bishop Surratt is also the Presiding Bishop of Restoration Covenant Ministries. (RCM) The work of RCM is to provide apostolic relationships for pastors, ministries, churches and businesses.

By due prudence and examination, Bishop Surratt was consecrated into the Episcopacy by the Sacred College of Bishops in 2001. She was further elevated in the Episcopacy in November 2004. Bishop Surratt works in the Office of the Prophet; she is an anointed preacher and a profound teacher of the Word of God, and an excellent conference speaker. Her greatest desire is to win the lost, bring restoration to fallen humanity and be an effective servant to the Body of Christ.