Jacques D. Pittman

Let’s Go to Work (1 Cor. 15:58)

Minister Jacques D. Pittman was born in Memphis, TN.  As the visionary leader of the Center Street Church of Christ, Jacques is a Christian educator and counselor who is a catalyst for positive change through his service and dedication to the ministry. He first served as Assistant Minister, Minister of Music, Boy Scout Leader, and Prison Outreach Minister with the Hinds County Correctional Facilities Prison Ministry under the tutelage and leadership of his father, Dr. Curtis W. Pittman at the Hanging Moss Road Church of Christ in Jackson, Mississippi.

Along with his father, he also works under the auspices of his father-in-law, Dr. Harvey M. Jackson, Minister of the Lampton Street Church of Christ in Mound Bayou, Mississippi, and has been privileged to sing and preach God’s word in many states, conduct gospel meetings and to speak at various lectureships, seminars, youth programs and workshops across the brotherhood and abroad. He serves as a board member for the Mississippi State Lectureship for the Churches of Christ and the Mississippi State Youth Conference.

Jacques is employed as a Campus Enforcement Officer for Jackson Public Schools and has served dutifully in this capacity for the past 18 years. During his tenure, he has been the recipient of the Jackson Public School Superintendent’s Golden Bowtie Award in recognition of outstanding service to the school district. Jacques was also featured in an article entitled, “Restoration Ministries” in a publication of The Brotherhood Journal magazine.

He is married to Kimberly, an elementary school principal, and they share in the joy of raising two girls, Zakylia and Zemira. Together, they minister to the congregants of the area and seek to empower others through various ministries and the preaching and teaching of God’s word. Jacques is an avid Dallas Cowboys enthusiast who enjoys traveling, singing, and preaching God’s word. His personal motto is “To God be the glory for the great things that He has done!” His ministerial motto is “May the Work that I’ve Done Speak for Me!”