Annette Skipper, born in Eufaula Alabama, is an ordained minister at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago, under the current leadership of Rev. Rodney S. Patterson. Annette graduated from Chicago State University in 1979 with a BS degree in Mathematics. She accepted her ministerial vocation at Shiloh in 2007, under the leadership of Pastor Gordon A. Humphrey Jr. Annette, in 2016, was the first female minister to be ordained at Shiloh. Minister Annette graduated from Trinity Christian Bible Institute, Dr. Andrena Lane Trotter Founder, receiving her Biblical Certificate in 2003 and her Ministerial License in June 2007. Minister Annette currently serves as a Sunday School teacher at Shiloh. She is a student at Denver Seminary in the MABTS program. She is a ministry leader of Shiloh’s Women’s Ministries, known as “Phenomenal Women’s Ministry (PWM).”
Her passion for people is to be like the apostle Paul in his message, “I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some” I Cor 9:22. She finds joy in serving anywhere she can be of service to the building up of Gods Kingdom. God is working through me by leading me to higher education in His Word as a student at Denver. I encourage young and old alike to continue to study to show thyself approved before God. There are great blessings in knowing God through His Word.
Minister Annette is a single mother of one daughter, three grandchildren, and one great-grandson. Hobbies include: music, greeting card writing and fishing. Motto: “Life is short… Live it wisely.” Goal; always “Live in His Presence”.