Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church located at 1110 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd will celebrate Men and Women’s Day on Sunday, July 21, 2013. Sunday School begins at 9am and the Sunday Service begins at 10am. The speaker for the occasion is State Representative Al Williams.
Al Williams can be described as a devoted family man, dedicated church leader, military veteran, businessman, and State Representative of House District 168. A friend of hard-working people in Georgia, Al Williams was sworn in on January 13, 2003. He became the first African American from his home county to be elected state representative since Reconstruction and only the second to hold a legislative seat from the tri-county area of Glynn, Liberty and McIntosh since that time.
Al Williams is former chairman of the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus, the largest state black legislative caucus in the nation.
Exemplifying the best qualities of leadership and public service, Al is deeply rooted in the community which he represents. Al became involved in politics at an early age.
He proudly served his country in Vietnam. Al and his wife, Olivia, reside in Midway with the youngest of their children.