Pastor Prioleau believes
she has been appointed for
“such a time as this.”
The Rev. Twanda Prioleau
Rev. Twanda Prioleau is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. She is an itinerant Elder in the United Methodist Denomination currently serving Christ United Methodist Church in Baltimore City. She serves on the BWC Baltimore District Committee on Ordained Ministry, BWC Health and Wellness Board, BWC Clergy Care Intensive, Treasurer for the Black Clergy Women of the Baltimore-Washington Conference, and Historian for the National Black Clergy Women. In Addition, Rev. Prioleau is the incoming Professional Development Chair for the Maryland Association of Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling. She is a member of Zeta Phi Beta, Incorporated, Mu Zi Zeta Chapter.
In addition, Rev. Prioleau has a love for self-care and finances. She is a ICF trained coach since 2013. Coach facilitator for the Mid-Atlantic United Methodist foundation. Coaching individuals and churches in finances. A graduate of Morgan State University and Lancaster Theological Seminary, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Master of Divinity degree. Rev. Prioleau completed Clinical Pastoral Education at York County Hospital in Pennsylvania. Currently she is a student at Messiah University, pursuing a degree in Mental Health Counseling.
After suffering clergy burnout, Pastor Prioleau took a three-month sabbath leave seeking rest and healing for her soul. It is her desire to walk with individuals as they find time to “Breathe.” Pastor Prioleau is the author of the book “Breathe – A Pastor’s Journey to Wholeness. Available on Amazon.
Pastor Prioleau believes she has been appointed for “such a time as this.” She has a love for the Lord and wholeheartedly believes and embraces Jeremiah 29:11, "For I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."