He is a native of Jacksonville, Florida, who was educated in the public schools of that city, and is presently the Senior Pastor and Founder of the New Covenant Baptist Church of Orlando, Orlando, Florida.
In August 1992, after much prayer, he and his wife, Dr. LaVon Wright Bracy were led to organize the New Covenant Baptist Church of Orlando. Literally starting with nothing, the New Covenant Church has grown to a membership of more than 2000.
As a Teaching Pastor, he and his wife — Dr. LaVon Wright Bracy — are strong champions for education. He is a member of the Board of Trustees for The Great Bethune-Cookman University and the Board of Advisors for the Florida A & M University College of Law.
He is the father of Randolph (Randy) III, a graduate of the College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA, the University of Central Florida with a M.B.A. and a Masters in Sports Administration, and newly elected Representative to the Florida House of Representative, District 45; and LaVon Patrice, a graduate of Howard University, Washington, DC, a member of the graduating charter class of the College of Law, Florida A&M University, Orlando, Florida, a licensed attorney and a member of the Florida Bar.
Reverend Randolph Bracy officially retired December 31, 2012 as Senior Pastor from the New Covenant Baptist Church of Orlando.