Rev. Roy V. Elliott Jr., Senior Pastor of Liberty Hill Missionary Baptist Church

     Rev. Roy V. Elliott Jr. is the son of Mr. Roy V.  Elliott Sr. and the late Mrs. Bernice Graham Elliott.   He  and Sis. Zandra Jointer Elliott  have been married for the past 28 years and counting.   They are the proud parents of  four daughters, Deona, Patricia, Mia and Marshae Elliott.  Rev. Elliott’s home church is New Light Missionary Church in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Rev. Elliott has a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Organizational Management from Philander Smith College, a Master of Arts Degree in Organizational Security Management from Webster University and is pursuing a Doctorate of Ministry Degree from Andersonville Theological Seminary in Pastoral Leadership.  Rev. Elliott is a 1988 graduate of Parkview Fine Arts Magnet High School in Little Rock. Rev. Elliott served eight years in the United States Marine Corps and he is a veteran of the Persian Gulf War where he received an honorable discharge.

Rev. Elliott accepted the call to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ on Father’s Day, June 20,  2004.  He was licensed to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ under the leadership of Dr. Harold B. Betton on August 13, 2004.  On July 26, 2005 Rev. Elliott was ordained at New Light Baptist Church in Little Rock.

For 16 years, Rev. Elliott was employed by the United States Postal Service as a clerk and letter carrier.

Rev. Elliott served as the Pastor of Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Camden for 12 years and 7 months.

On November 3, 2018 Rev. Roy V. Elliott Jr. became Pastor Elect of Liberty Hill Baptist Church.

He is also currently serving as:

  • President, The Greater Little Rock Baptist Pastors and Ministers Conference.
  • Assistant Dean, Consolidated Missionary Baptist State Congress of Christian Education.

He previous serviced as:

  • Dean, Greater Bradley District Association Congress of Christian Education.
  • Vice President, Greater Bradley District Association Section #2

Pastor Elliott’s two favorite scriptures are:

  • “For God so loved the world , that He gave His  only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on Him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16)
  • “An we know that all things work together for the good of them that love God, to them who are called according to his purpose.” (Roman 8:28)