Affectionately referred to as “Moe” by childhood friends, Evangelist Monique Walker is the grand-daughter of the “Institutional C.O.G.I.C.’s founder, the late Bishop Carl E. Williams, Sr.; she is also the daughter of the current pastor Bishop Carl E. Williams, Jr.
Evangelist Monique Walker gained national and international recognition singing lead songs with the “Love Fellowship Crusade Choir.” She is known for her incredible range, phenomenal presentation and exemplary vocal acrobatics, which are found in songs like “Let the Glory,” “Thank You,” “He’s On Your Side,” “There’s Been A Change,” “Try Christ” and “Second Chance.” She’s also shared the gospel stage with every gospel artist of note, including Donnie McClurkin and The Winans just to name a few.
After decades of singing with others on their projects, she completed her first solo endeavor In 2008, entitled “My Genesis.” Years later it is still relevant and garners attention on gospel chart ratings polls.
C.O.G.I.C. women are known for their exemplary fashion sense; Evangelist Monique Walker is no exception. She has served as an exemplary example of what the scriptures describes as a “virtuous woman.” The most prominent influence to this end for Evangelist Monique Walker is the matriarch of the Institutional C.O.G.I.C., her grandmother, Shepherd Mother Elvonia Williams. Evangelist Monique Walker attributes her grandmother’s influence and constant guidance in her life, as the foundation for which she shares life’s lessons to her daughter, Kyasia Walker.
As a Evangelist, Soloist, Psalmist, Mother, Daughter and Leader, Evangelist Monique Walker, is a unique gift to the people of GOD. She has been an encouragement to thousands and has touched millions throughout her career as a professional gospel singer. Her commitment to GOD and his people is unwavering and there are a plethora of new things she has to share with the world.
If you are in Richmond, VA- You can hear the ministry of Evangelist Monique Walker on Sunday, February 21st!