Pastor William T. Chambers


Pastor Chambers answered the call to the ministry in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and was ordained Itinerant Elder.  He served as the senior pastor of churches throughout the state of Alabama:  Washington, Clark, Covington and Crenshaw Counties over a period of thirteen years. He has a reputation of building lives and communities and has left a trail or restoration and rebirth throughout the faith community.   He is a sought after preacher, consultant, and mentor by many in the faith and secular communities. A humble servant with a leader’s heart; He is known as the pastor’s pastor.  

God had a higher calling for Pastor Chambers. His obedience to God led him and his partner in life and ministry, Rev. Sibyl, to co-found Koinonia Family Worship Center in 2004.  Koinonia is rooted in the principles of the early church of a foundation of faith, fellowship and prayer.  “And they continued steadfastly in the Apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayer” (Acts 2:42 K J V).

He is the proud father of five children: Attorney Tamara Vanessa, Jon William, Thomas Wynton, Enoch David and Jasmine Denise Hall-Chambers and three grandchildren: Mayson Allen Pritchard, Alexandria Janae and Alyssa Renee’ Hall-Chambers.   Pastor Chambers is a family man, married to pastor Sibyl for 40 years and a constant in the live and leadership of his children.  He also serves a mentor to the community and a surrogate father to many.   A  Pastor, Overseer, Teacher and the third child born to the union of Jesse and Estelle White Chambers, he was educated in the Mobile County Public School System and is 1990 graduate of the Alabama Interdenominational Seminary.

He is a member of many civil and faith organization throughout Mobile and surrounding Counties.  His passion for impactful ministries can be witnessed through his service and devotion to prayer and community involvement.  A founding member of the “Praying Pastors”, Pastor Chambers has a passion for preaching
“A voice crying in the wilderness.”  He has a pastor’s heart and a love for God’s word with an urgency to witness.  His desire is live out the Great Commission.

Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.
Matthew 28:19-20


Sibyl Williams Chambers

Reverend Sibyl, as she is affectionately called is an Ordained Elder and co-founder of Koinonia Family Worship Center.  She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management of Human Resources from Faulkner University, Montgomery, AL and the Masters of Theological Studies Degree from Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL.

Reverend Sibyl serves as Co-Pastor/Teacher of Koinonia Family Worship Center  (KWFC) which was founded in June 2004 with her husband, Rev. William “Bill” Chambers. They served in the African Methodist Episcopal Church for more than twenty years before answering the call of God to start KFWC.

She is the founder and director of My Sister Keepers Women’s Ministry.  Now in its 16th year of service, MSK is a program of Love Abounds Non Profit Organization. Love Abounds  is the community arm of Koinonia Family Worship Center.  MSK has chapters in Brantley, AL, Andalusia, AL and Mobile County, AL.  Dedicated to serving women “in the shoes they are currently wearing”, MSK has provided numerous self-help opportunities to hundreds of women over the years. MSK deals with freedom from drugs, prostitution, the pain of divorce, abuse, neglect, and so much more.

Along with the numerous accomplishments, awards and honors, Rev. Sibyl counts her greatest accomplishments in life is that of wife and mother.   She and Pastor Bill have been married for Forty years and are blessed and celebrate five children: Attorney Tamara Vanessa, Jon William, Thomas Wynton, Enoch David and Jasmine Denise Hall-Chambers and three grandchildren: Mayson Allen Pritchard, Alexandria Janae, and Alyssa Renee’ Hall-Chambers. 

She credits her grandparents, Mr. Ed & Mrs. Geneva Young for instilling Godly virtues in her and constantly reminding her never to settle for anything less than God had ordained for her life. 

Jeremiah 29:11 is that constant for Rev Sibyl, “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future.”