Rev. Dr. Clenard H Childress Jr.
Founder of Black Genocide.org
Pastor Clenard Howard
is a life long resident of Montclair,
New Jersey, joined the New Calvary
Baptist Church in September of 1974
under the pastorate of Dr. Shellie
Sampson. In 1978, he was appointed
Director of the Youth Department, to
organize and educate youth.
He also served as Chairman of the Board
of Trustees, Superintendent of the
Sunday School Department and
Vice-President of the Outreach
Pastor Childress successfully completed
Northern Baptist School of Religion in
1986 where he majored in Christian
He was ordained in 1988 by the North
Jersey Shiloh Association and later
installed as Senior Pastor of New
Calvary in April of 1989.
In 1997, Pastor Childress, along with
his wife Regina, founded the Eutychus
Mission, a ministry designed to provide
continued rehabilitation and assistance
to recently released juvenile detention
detainees back into the mainstream of
In October of 1998, Essex County
Executive James Treffinger honored
Pastor Childress’ faithful and effective
work at the Essex County Juvenile
Detention Center by installing him as a
In November of 1998, he founded the
Celebration of Life Day Care Center,
which provides loving Christian care for
children from infancy to 5 years of age.
In August of 1999, Pastor Childress was
appointed President of the Life
Education And Resource Network (L.E.A.R.N.)
in Northeast Region. He was a chief
organizer of the “Say So” March to the
U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, DC
In November of 2000, Pastor Childress
was awarded the Community Service Award
by the Montclair Chapter of the
N.A.A.C.P. for his dedicated work in the
In May 2001, Pastor Childress began
broadcasting “The Urban Prophet” taking
the pro-life pro-family message into the
In September of 2002, Pastor Clenard H.
Childress Jr. birthed the Pro-life
website Blackgenocide.org. This website
was designed to reach the Afro-American
Community with the truth about abortion.
In January 2003, Pastor Childress was
appointed a member of the National
Pro-Life Religious Council of
In March of 2003 Pastor Childress was
appointed to the Board of The Center For
Bio Ethical Reform. The Center For Bio
Ethical Reform is a National Group
dedicated to educating the nation and
foreign countries on the rights of the
In January 2004, Pastor Childress was
appointed President of the Montclair
African American Clergy Association (MAACA).
In 2004 Rev. Clenard H. Childress Jr. was appointed
by the Board of Directors of LEARN to Assistant the
National Director, of the Life Education And
Childress having been recommended by his peers and
approved by the Board of Scholars of the National
Clergy Council of Washington Dc in conjunction with
the Mid-Atlantic Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church –USA, received The Honorary Degree
of Doctorate of Divinity.
In March Of 2006 Rev. Clenard H. Childress authored
his first book No
Shepherd’s Cry. Pastor Childress and his
book were featured on the 700 Club hosted by CBN’s
In 2007 Rev Childress produced the website
Obamanation.com to respectfully oppose the candidacy
of Barack Obama due to his partnership with Planned
Parenthood and the abortion industry.
In March 2009 Partnering with The Center For
Bioethical reform Rev Childress and a team of 16
Afro-American pro-life activist presented a two day
display on the campus of the largest African
American college in America Florida A&M University.
In December of 2010 Pastor Clenard Childress began
Clergy For Better Choices a NYC based clergy
information network. Partnering with Life Always a
pro-life group in Houston Texas a Bill Board posted
in So Ho Manhattan.
In February of 2011 Manhattan with saying created by
Rev Childress "the most dangerous place for an
African American to Be Is in The Womb of His African
American Mother" helped
raise the awareness of the Clergy network and reach
a broader base of Pastors and social activist.
In April 5th of 2013 Rev Childress along with Day
Gardner of the National Black Pro-Life Union held a
press conference outside the Criminal Justice Center
in Philadelphia to demand main stream media to cover
the criminal trial of Kermitt Gosnell the late term
abortion doctor. Fox news followed and featured
Pastor Childress in their National Religious Report
with Lauren Green.
Pastor Childress Jr. has repeatedly been featured in
World Magazine and has contributed commentary and
editorials for Christianity Today, The Christian
Post, Black Christian News, The Washington Times and
New Jersey Star Ledger and is a regular columnist on
Alan Keys Renew America.
Pastor Childress is joyously married to Regina
Childress and has four children: Clenard, Thomas,
Tonya and Tia.