The Man-Servant, The Shepherd, The Bishop 

Bishop Aaron Isaiah Milton  

 Bishop Aaron Milton was born in Cotton Plant, Arkansas to the late Deacon Rush and Missionary Alberta Milton.  He was introduced to Christ at an early age and was a member of  Cotton Plant Church of God in Christ, under the leadership of Pastor B.T. Adams. He was (15) years old when he began to transport the saints to church.  

  Bishop Aaron Milton is  been married to the Jurisdictional First Lady Evangelist Virgie Milton. They have been married for over 50 years, together they have (9) children, (19) grandchildren; (17) great-grand grandchildren.   They are adoptive parents that took the responsibility of caring for hundreds of foster children and are highly respected for being community parents.

  Bishop Aaron Milton attended Cotton Plant Vocational High School and later completed his education in Lansing, Michigan.  He completed the Charles Harrison Mason Theology Seminary College.  He continued his education through attending the Employee Chaplaincy Training Sessions through General Motors, as well as completing the Roseville Police Academy.

  Bishop Aaron Milton has an Apostolic anointing on his life.  He has served in the ministry for over (50) years.  Bishop Milton is well known for being a community servant.  He serves on the City of Lansing Mayor’s Interfaith Advisory Council, he recently was appointed as a Lansing Board Police Commissioner and  serves on the Government/Community  Liaison Committee;  he is a  Volunteer Chaplain at the Ingham County Sheriff's Office and served as the Lieutenant Chaplin at the Ingham County Jail; he is the Director of the non-profit organization Young Men of Stature Mentoring Program and widely respected as a Community Pastor.

  Bishop Aaron Milton is a retiree of Fisher Body Plant, where he faithfully served as a dedicated employee for over 35 ½ years.  He was appointed as the first compensated Chaplin/EAP Representative in General Motors Corporation, where he served over 4,000 hourly and salaried workers.  He served as a source of spiritual and emotional support for staff members and their families.  He was best known for his kind and passionate style of ministering to employees, providing spiritual counseling and crisis intervention.  He was able to build a strong relationship between employees and employers.  

Bishop Milton attended conferences and sat on committee panels regularly to create and develop new strategies to help serve the EAP Program.  He was in charge of (12) other volunteer Chaplains and trained them to build effective relationships with the employees 

they serve.  

Bishop Aaron Milton was called to the Ministry in 1977 under the leadership of Pastor Lloyd Wiggins at Morning Star Church of God in Christ.  He received his ministry license in 1980 and served in every capacity of the church.  He was later ordained as an Elder in 1982 under Bishop Seth Baily.   Additionally, he served under the tutelage of his spiritual mentors, Superintendent Perry Robinson and Superintendent B.T. Rimson and was filled with the Holy Ghost under his Spiritual Father, Superintendent Non Walker.
 Bishop Aaron Milton received an open vision from the Lord which said, “GATHER MY PEOPLE, MY PEOPLE ARE ON DEATH ROW!”  In November of 1983, Bishop Milton and Evangelist Milton started Jesus of Nazareth Church of God in Christ originally in their home.  The membership grew quickly, so they relocated to the YMCA, then to 611 Samantha Street in Lansing.  “For every vision, the Lord gives provision”, and with that, the membership expanded even larger.  Through a miraculous wonder, God provided supernatural 
resources to purchase Jesus of Nazareth Church of God in Christ, 4331 Sycamore Street in Holt, Michigan.  This location made history being the first African-American church congregation in Holt, Michigan.In 1986, while serving under Superintendent Non Walker, Bishop Milton  was found worthy of promotion and was appointed as the Superintendent of District 15.
 Bishop Aaron Milton  is a founding member along with the late Bishop Fred Lewis, Administrative Assistant Louis C. Hunter, Administrative Assistant Dank Tyler, and Administrative Assistant J.C. Lewis and their wives, respectively, of Southwest Michigan Fourth Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction. He served in Southwest Michigan #4 for 27 years until the recent honor of his apostolic elevation to the office of the Bishopric.He was recently recommended by First Presiding Assistant P.A. Brooks, as the Bishop and successor to the Honorable late Bishop Fred Lewis.
Bishop Aaron Milton, is currently the Superintendent of Central District, like Enoch, walks with God. The foundation of his ministry success is his submissive servant spirit and his faithfulness to sacredly discharge his ecclesiastical duties in holiness and righteousness.

Bishop Aaron Milton is a powerful preacher, praying man, a prolific kingdom servant, and a leader of leaders. Now and in the future, Bishop Milton will continue to uphold the integrity of ministry and exemplify the heart and vision of God in his leadership of the Jurisdiction and to the saints that comprise it.

The most recent earned educational accomplishment was that he was honored in a special ceremony on May 1st, 2019. The Kingdom University International presented Bishop Aaron I. Milton with his Doctorate in  Theology Degree.

We lift our hands to give God the glory