Elder Lloyd G. Morrow is a proud native of St. Louis, Missouri. He graduated from Florissant Valley Community College in Florissant, Missiouri, where he received his Certification of Completion in Dietary Management. He also attended Quorum Institute of Brentwood, Tennessee, where he received his Certification of Completion in Healthcare Environmental Management. He received his Certificate of Biblical Studies from the Huntsville Bible College (HBC) in Huntsville, Alabama. He is currently enrolled at HBC seeking his Bachelor of Theology degree. Lloyd has worked in Food Service in the healthcare industry for the past 24 years. For the past fifteen years, he has served as Director of Food Services at Crestwood Medical Center.
While living in St. Louis, Lloyd attended Calvary Missionary Baptist Church under the pastoralship of the Late Ronald C. Bridewell. Being inspired by the Holy Spirit, he formed and directed the Calvary M. B. Church Male Chorus, which is still in existence today. In 1997, Lloyd and his family moved to Huntsville, Alabama, where he joined St. Bartley Primitive Baptist Church under the pastoralship of late Dr. William T. Gladys. While at St. Bartley, he served as President of the Brotherhood Male Chorus, Director of Wednesday Night Bible Study, and Associate Minister.
Lloyd accepted his calling to preach the gospel in December of 2004, and preached his initial sermon on January 23, 2005. He received his Ministers License in April of 2005, and was Ordained in October of 2005, both under the standards of the Indian Creek Primitive Baptist Association.
In December of 2008, Lloyd accepted the call of God to launch a church that shall be called Temple Tabernacle Primitive Baptist Church, at which time the vision began to unfold.
Lloyd's greatest desire in life is to do God's will to the best of his ability, by the power of God that worketh within him. His ministry passion is to assist with the growth and the building of the kingdom of God.
Elder Morrow has been married for 21 years to the former, Erika R. Crimm, and they have two children: Ambehr R. Morrow and Nicholas L. Morrow.