Leadership

Our Pastors

Bishop T.C. Daniels

Senior Pastor

Bishop T.C. Daniels is a native of Greenville, North Carolina.  He began in ministry in the year of 1996,  was ordained as an Elder in November of 2001, and founded Power of His Presence Church, Inc. in October of 2003.  In 2012 he was consecrated to the office of Bishop.

Bishop Daniels is the lead Chaplain for the Greenville Police Department.   He worked in Corporate America for seventeen years as an Information Technology professional for companies such as Glaxo Smith Kline and Purdue Pharmaceuticals, and was a Microsoft Certified Partner.  Bishop Daniels is wedded to Pastor Shreé Daniels.  They have two children:  Ebony and Caleb.  Experience, innovation, and impactful teaching of faith sanctions him as a gift to the body of Christ.  His favorite scripture is Psalms 119:71, "It was good that I was afflicted, that I might learn your ways, the law of your mouth is better than a thousand pieces of gold." 

Pastor Shreé Daniels

Executive Pastor

North Carolina native Shreé Daniels is the wife of Bishop T.C. Daniels.  She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Religion from Mt. Olive College and a Masters of Divinity with an emphasis in Interdisciplinary Studies from Regent Divinity School in Virginia Beach, VA. She is an adjunct professor, and teaches religion and philosophy in higher education. Currently she is a doctoral candidate at Duke Divinity. Pastor Shreé is the Executive Pastor of Power Of His Presence Church located in Greenville, NC. She is the founder and CEO of Dareiibe (pronounced dare to be), LLC. The company’s mission is to provide quality products that display faith and inspire the human spirit.

Pastor Shreé has a passion to make disciples through teaching Biblical principles. Her ministry speaks to people from all walks of life.  She presents The Word in a way that is relatable, relevant, and most of  all anointed. She encourages people to seek, comprehend, and execute God’s Word - proclaiming, “He which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.” (Philippians 1:6)