General Superintendent - Bishop Charles Hanson
Rev. Charles Hanson was born in Piedmont, Alabama, on November 9, 1952, into a large family that includes eight siblings. Brother Charles accepted God’s call into the ministry at the young age of eleven. He is a second-generation Pentecostal preacher. In 1980, after graduating college, Brother Charles became ordained with the Congregational Holiness Church. He has served the Congregational Holiness Church in numerous leadership positions, which includes 30 years as a pastor and served the District Presbytery 26 years. Brother Charles was the Central Georgia District Superintendent from1991 to 1997, then again in 2002 until 2009. He served as Home Mission and Evangelism Director from 1997 to 1999. Brother Charles currently serves as the General World Missions Executive Director for the Congregational Holiness Church. He also served on staff at the Central Georgia Medical Center in Macon, Georgia, as Chaplain from 1999 to 2008.
Brother Charles and his wife, Susan are blessed with two daughters and sons-in law, two grandsons and three granddaughters. Brother Charles’ ministry has been devoted to pastoring churches, to inner city ministry and hospital visitation. His passion is to minister to lost and hurting people any where at any time. Rev. Charles Hanson’s desire is to continue to help build the Kingdom of God.