Rev. Christopher L. Nichols
Rev Christopher L. Nichols is native of Washington D.C. attended the Duke Ellington School Of The Arts, Howard University and George Washington University.
Rev. Nichols realized his call to preach the Gospel at the earlier age of six. He delivered his trial sermon Wednesday May 27, 1992 and was licensed to preach the Gospel at the Resurrection Baptist Church.
In 1995 Rev. Nichols was ordained into the ministry under the watchful eye of the late Dr. Andrew Fowler and the late Dr James Edward Lewis on Saturday, May 27, 1995. Rev. Nichols served as the interim pastor of the Resurrection Baptist Church until a pastor was called.
Rev. Nichols ministry has taken him all across the country and abroad. In August of 2004 and 2005, He served as a missionary for ABSCOTS (American Baptist Churches Of The South), preaching, teaching and performing in Republic of Zambia (Lusaka), Johannesburg, and Kenya. His work abroad included preaching, teachings and workshops with local pastors and youth leaders on Growing Youth Ministry.
Rev. Nichols is an accomplished musician who is proficient on the piano, organ, saxophone, flute, Clarinet, oboe, percussion and bass. To his credits Rev. Nichols has released eight albums, the latest in which is entitled “No Greater Love”. Rev. Nichols is also the past musical director of the National Capital Baptist Convention D.C. and vicinity.
Rev. Nichols has directed and performed in a number of Broadway musical including:
“Love, Peace & Soul”
“Soul Train to Motown”
“Bubblin Brown Sugar”
“Dream Girls”, “Purlie”
“Hark The Herald Angels Sing”
“From The Realms Of Glory”
“City Of Angels”
“Don’t Bother Me I Can’t Cope”
“Five Guys Named Moe”
“Once On This Island” and “Sweet Charity”
Rev. Nichols has performed with such noted artist as John Birks “Dizzy” Gillespie, Paquito D’Rivera, Slide Hampton, John Fadis, Benny Golson, “Snooky” Young, Illinois Jacque, Wynton Marsalis, Branford Marsalis, Grady Tate, Keter Betts, Davey Yarborough, and Donald Vails.
Rev. Nichols is a profound educated who owns and operates the Nic’Leon School of Music in Clinton Maryland. He’s serves as the musical director for the Charles Herbert Flowers HS Drama Department and teaches music at the Highland Park Christian Academy.
Rev. Nichols is married to Lettica D. Nichols and resides in Clinton Maryland.