Our Pastor


Bishop Roberta L. Thomas


Position: Founder/ Bishop

Email: fountaingatechurch@live.com

Phone: (717) 234-0247

Bishop Roberta L. Thomas, Prelate

Bishop Roberta Thomas is the founding Pastor of Fountain Gate Church and Ministries, and currently serves as Senior Pastor. She is the Overseer of Kingdom Covenant Ministries; this fellowship was birthed to provide Apostolic covering to ministry minded churches and para-church ministries. She provides fresh spiritual insight and direction to likeminded churches and ministries.

She is the founder of "Equipping the Saints School of Ministry. It is through her leadership and teaching gifting that she works diligently with key leaders to provide tools that will equip and facilitate in the making of "Leaders Par Excellent for the Kingdom of God.

Bishop Thomas serves on the following:
¢ Board of Directors for Kingdom Fellowship Covenant Ministries (KFCM)
¢ Apostolic Council
¢ College of Bishops
¢ Adjudication Sub-committee and as the Adjutant General and Bishop of Protocol.

She has ministered internationally in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Bishop Ralph L. Dennis, Jr., is her Apostolic Covering. She has also traveled and ministered in conventions and conferences on the East coast of the United States. She uses her five-fold gifting to mentor other pastors, churches, and para-church ministries as opportunities are presented.

Bishop Thomas serves as an Apostolic Presbyter with the United Kingdom Network of Churches, Ministries and Business, under Bishop Joseph A. McCargo. Under this Network she has traveled and ministered in meetings on the East Coast of the United States and Internationally in Liverpool and London, UK.

Locally she is very active in the Harrisburg Community. She has an earned BA and is working on her Masters. In 2006, due to her work and ministerial accomplishments she received an Honorary Doctorate in Philosophy in Theology from North Carolina College of Theology. God is not through with her yet and she knows "Only what she does for Christ will last.