Dr. Michael G. Daniels was born in Vanceboro, North Carolina. Early in his childhood he moved to Durham, North Carolina where he spent the majority of his adolescent years. He later relocated to Virginia to attend college. Dr. Daniels has received degrees from Tidewater Community College (Associate in Science Degree in Business Administration); Old Dominion University (Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management, and the Master of Business Administration); and Bethany Seminary and Bible College (Doctoral Degree in Ministry).

Dr. Daniels currently resides in Chesapeake, Virginia with his long time best friend, confidant, and love of his life, Debbie Daniels. The two were married in October of 1982 and have two children, Carlton Daniels, and Katrina Daniels

Dr. Daniels was called to the ministry in 1983. On June 28,1989, he was elected the pastor of Enoch Baptist Church. He has been studying and expounding on God’s powerful word ever since. His teaching and preaching are powerful and always in line with the Word of God, touching those who have an ear to hear what the Spirit is saying. During his tenure as Pastor of Enoch Baptist Church, Dr. Daniels has been instrumental in implementing more than 20 ministries. These ministries aim to improve the lives of individuals living in the communities serviced by our church. Pastor Daniels has meticulously overseen every detail to move us forward with the vision of God’s purpose for this church. At Enoch Baptist Church we are blessed to have a very devoted and dedicated man of God.

From the Desk of the Pastor

I want to take this moment to thank each of you for your outstanding support you give to the ministries of Enoch Baptist Church. I continue to be overwhelmed by the Christian love you show to one another within our congregation, and to those in the community in which we worship and serve.  I am overjoyed to serve as your Pastor and feel extremely blessed by our Heavenly Father to have the opportunity to serve you in your development and walk as children of the living God.

 Rev. Michael G. Daniels, D. Min.