About Bracy

Who is Ran­dolph Bracy, Jr., the Teach­ing Pastor?

About Randolph Bracy, Jr., the Teaching PastorHe 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.