Reverend Dolores Black is a native of South Carolina. She came to Connecticut at the very young age of 17. Her early Christian experience was within the fellowship of Methodist background.
As a youth, Rev. Black remembers her mother being her greatest encourager. Also as a youth, she recognized that there was a calling on her life, which she could hardly explain. God was calling her to a higher commitment and dedication.
God always manifested himself in every situation, and in time, he led her to a holiness church and it was there, under the preaching of Dr. Joseph Clemmons that she gave her life to the Lord and received the baptism of the Holy Ghost. There, in Norwalk, Connecticut, she continued to yield her entire being to God.
After a few years, she moved to Hartford and served faithfully at the Church of God under the leadership of Elder Barrett. After a short stay with Elder Barrett, she went back to her roots in holiness, the Church of God in Christ (C.O.G.I.C), where she served under the leadership of Elder J.C. Haynes, pastor of Christ Temple C.O.G.I.C. until an appointed time.
Reverend Black is a praying dedicated woman of God. In a prayer meeting, God assigned to her the ministry of "Angels on Assignment Christian Center", which is currently Angels on Assignment Christian Church in West Hartford, Connecticut.
Rev. Black endeavors to keep working for the Lord and to build a Christian outreach ministry. Her Christian education was gained at Ebenzer Evangelist and Christian Mission, certification from United Church of America, Inc., certification from the Black Ministerial Training at Hartford Seminary, and through much prayer. She was ordained and certified Elder at Morris Cerullo's Ministry, and by God himself.
She is the mother of five living children, several grandchildren, and several great grandchildren.