About us

a few words about us.

The Church of God of Prophecy is a vibrant, worldwide body of believers, united in worship, working hand-in-hand to share God’s love and a message of hope to the broken-hearted. The Church of God of Prophecy has over one-and-a-half million members, worshiping in over 10,000 churches. We have missions in 125 nations of the world. Nearly 90% of our global membership is outside of North America. 

State Street Community Church is a body of believers, who are vibrant, united in worship, a progressive Pentecostal body of believers working hand-in-hand to share God’s love and a message of hope to the broken-hearted. We are dedicated to the spiritual and social transformation of our community. State Street Community Church is a ministry of the Church of God of Prophecy.

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To positively impact the communities we are called to serve with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Transforming our community one life at a time.


We see a church filled with repentant people, fervently committed to Christ in prayerful humility, and ready to see revival and restoration sweep this community.

We see a church so compassionate that people are drawn from impossible situations into a loving and friendly circle of hope; where Christ is shared, life is found, and acceptance is given.

We see a church that reaches beyond social stigmas, races, classes, and cultural barriers, striving to positively impact of this community one life at a time.

core Values

Everything we do must be first seasoned in prayer.  We believe that there is power in prayer.  It is our direct line of communication with God and links us to His divine will.  Prayer unifies God’s people. The Bible says the prayers of righteous person is powerful and effective, yet something amazing happens when two or more come into agreement in prayer.  Allow us to partner with you in prayer.  Click here to leave a prayer request.

Harvest has been the consistent call of the Church of God of Prophecy since 1994 when we “Turned to the Harvest”.  Actually a realignment to our original call since the birth of our movement, we endeavor to reach the ends of the world with the Gospel of Christ.

The key to reaching the lost is to better equip our pastors and leaders with the best knowledge and development so that we can engage in the harvest.  The Bible state that the “fields are white” and that their is a great need for “Harvesters”.   Our goal is to develop these “Harvesters” so that we can join the Master Reaper and participate in these last days.  Education, training, mentoring and many other tools are utilized so that we can be the most productive in this effort.

We recognized the needs of both our local and global communities.  Our church must not only love and teach the people of these communities, but also serve.

Stewardship is utilizing and managing all resources God provides for the glory of God and the betterment of His Kingdom.

The COGOP accepts this calling as God’s stewards to manage that which belongs to God. While God has graciously entrusted us with the care, development, and utilization of his resources, we are responsible to manage his holdings well and according to his desires and purposes.

We are all stewards of the resources, abilities and opportunities that God has entrusted to our care, and one day each one of us will be called to give an account for how we have managed what the Master has given us. Therefore, it is with joy that we work hand-in-hand with God, utilizing that which God had given us, to his glory and honor.

Meet our associate Pastors


Pastor Cynthia Horne

Congregational Care


Pastor Kenneth George

Christian Education

Meet our Senior Pastor

Bishop Daryl Clark, and First Lady Agnes Clark.

Bishop Daryl R. Clark is a native of Homestead, FL.  Formally educated in the Miami-Dade County School system, he holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Florida State University and a Master’s degree in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary.  He is currently pursuing another master’s degree in Religion from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Boston, Massachusetts.

Bishop Clark has served the Church of God of Prophecy in several capacities.  He was the senior pastor of the ABBA’s House COGOP in Washington, DC and the East Sunnyside COGOP in Houston, TX.  He was also the Executive Director of Leadership Development and Discipleship for the State of Texas.  He served as Youth Camp Director and Minister of Music in the Mid-Atlantic Region.  Currently he serves the International Church as a member of the Biblical Doctrine and Polity Committee.

Before entering ministry full-time, he taught for almost 20 years in the public-school systems of Miami-Dade County, Florida, Washington, DC and Montgomery County, Maryland as the Director of Bands, Orchestra, and Choir.  He also served as the District Chairman of the Florida Bandmasters Association.  

Of all his many accomplishments, he is most proud of his family.  He has been happily married to Agnes Clark for 24 years, and is the father of four children – Darcella, Steven, Daryl Jalil, and Aidyn.  Daryl believes whole-heartedly in servant-style leadership, and his motto is “Love the people, Serve the people, and Teach the people.”