Gregory J. Daggett
Gregory J. Daggett Born and raised on the Westside of the City of Chicago Illinois. Education : Chicago Public Schools K-11. Graduated 1973: Central Y.M.C.A. High School Wilbur Wright Jr. College 1973-1975 DePaul University 1979-1981 Elementary Education major Attended Chicago Baptist Theological Institute 1996-1997 Current Student Master Of Art Urban Leadership Northern Theological Seminary
Confessed hope in Christ, Baptized age 11 by Dr. Arthur D. Griffin at Mozart MBC, now First Baptist Congregational Church. Participated in activities of the primary church, Jr. Church, Shepherd Boys League, Young Adult Choir, Sanctuary Choir Gospel Chorus , Male chorus, Inspirational Choir, Nurses Board, Kitchen Committee, Sunday school Teacher ( Primary- Intermediate- Junior level) Dwight/ Cook County Prison Ministries. Called to the Ministry 1983 Licensed 1985, Ordained 1987 Dr. Arthur D. Griffin Pastor First Baptist Congregational Church.
Service: Assistant Minister of Publication Minister of Civic Witness Minister of Mission Minister of Substance Dependence Minister of Incarcerated Minister of Social Action Member: Christian Education Committee Instructor of Spiritual Gifts Instructor of Periods of Instruction Foundation classes for new members: 1.Salvation, 2.The Holy Spirit 3.Lords Supper 4. Tithing 5.Baptisim 6. Spiritual gifts and church schedule
Homeless Feeding and pantry team Instructor of Articles of Faith (Baptist Tradition) Teacher Weekly Sunday School Lesson for Sunday school teachers PERSONAL: Joy of Fellowship Pastor 10 years Married 1980. Three children Stephanie, Northern Illinois/ Robert Morris grad (Michael Illinois State Grad ) ( Michael jr 1 year) Gregory Jr. Boston University Grad 2008 B.A. Drexel University Grad 2010, Masters: Lauren Julia: Clark University Atlanta / Fordham University Grad 2010. Presently married to Stephanie Cooper- Daggett (Detroit) Spelman College Atlanta B.A. Economics. Wayne State University graduate student.
Elementary Education Teacher Detroit Public Schools 15 years. Currently teaching at Chicago Public Schools Catalyst – Howland Charter.
Why we are needed.
The JTDC Foundation fosters community involvement in the lives of youth in detention, raise public awareness of their challenge and support the therapeutic goal of the JTDC with respect and without judgment.
1538 W. Jackson
Chicago, Illinois 60607