Rev. Dr. Beryl M.Whipple, Pastor
Dr. Beryl M. Whipple is the eighth pastor of the Historic Mount Hebron Baptist Church in Baltimore City. Educationally, he is a graduate of Morehouse College where he earned a Bachelors Degree in Religion and Wake Forest University Divinity School where he earned the Masters Degree in Divinity. He also holds the Masters of Science Degree in Church Management from Villanova University School of Business. In addition he has an earned Doctor of Ministry in Church Leadership Excellence at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Pastor Whipple is also an active member of the Baltimore Morehouse Alumni Association.
Other accomplishments include holding the position of Chapel Assistant within The Martin Luther King, Jr. International Chapel, where he first was introduced to many foundations in ministry, being named an Oprah Winfrey Scholar, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholar and Rev. Dr. Thomas Kilgore Scholar at Morehouse College. He is also an inductee of the esteemed Martin Luther King Jr. Board of Preachers at Morehouse College. Pastor Whipple has been recognized as a Rising Legend by the Morehouse College Alumni Association. In addition, because of his outstanding leadership achievements as a young clergyperson, Dr. Whipple was selected as a Lewis Fellow by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership at Wesley Theological Seminary. He currently serves as the Executive Secretary of the United Baptist Missionary Convention & Auxiliaries of the State of Maryland, INC.
He is a third generation preacher and the youngest son of the Rev. Dr. Barbara Jean Whipple and the late Rev. Norman Munroe Whipple, Sr. His older brothers are Jacinth Norman and the late Norman Munroe Jr.