Church History


Suffragan Bishop George M. Green & Sister Louvenia Green

Minister George M. Green and Sister Louvenia Little met in 1962 and became better acquainted during a Revival conducted by the Late Evangelist Mary Gray, at the New Hope Pentecostal Church on Oak Street in Springfield, Ma. After a period of time, they were united in Holy Matrimony on May 23, 1964. To this union, was born three (3) children, Gregory, Kevin and Lynette, and four (4) grandchildren, Andre, Breana, Brandon and Zharia.
Brother and Sister Green worked together faithfully in his home church which was Bethesda Apostolic Church on Stanley Street in New Britain, Ct. under the Late Dr. John P. Shaw, Pastor Being called into the Ministry, Minister Green received his license, and later became ordained in the Conn. District Council.
After many years of being faithful to the Lord and the church, the Lord blessed, Elder and Sister Green to start a church in Plainville, Ct. and being submitted to this great call, God continued to bless the New Covenant Apostolic Church which is still in progress today.
Elder Green was elevated to District Elder in 2003, by the late Bishop Marion E. Shaw and in 2008, he was elevated to Suffragan Bishop by the CDC Diocesan Bishop, Bishop Theodore Brooks.
God opened many doors, and Blessed the Church to grow, by means of different sources of outreach ministries. God has allowed much to be accomplished through the faithful ‘Servants of God’ and the faithful members who” have a mind to work…. to God be the Glory”.
Suffragan Bishop and Sister George M. Green continued to carry the work on at the New Covenant Apostolic Church, 139 New Britain Avenue in Plainville, CT. until Suffragan Bishop Green transitioned into eternal rest after a long period of illness on July 9, 2015.