Bishop David DeLarge

Bishop David DeLarge

Bishop David DeLarge is the Founder and Pastor of Saving Faith Christian Assembly.

He was saved at Mt. Moriah Pentecostal Holiness Church; in Philadelphia, PA. In February 1976, he became a member under the Pastorate of the late Bishop Christopher Clark, Jr. 

Bishop DeLarge received “the call” into Ministry in 1981. He faithfully served as an Associate Minister at Mt. Moriah for several years and later became an Assistant Pastor at Christ Like Assembly Church under the Pastorate of Elder Thomas Taylor.

In June of 1990 Elder DeLarge, his wife Ethel and their two daughters, Keya and Johari relocated to Pensacola, Florida where they began Saving Faith Ministries, Inc. and Saving Faith Christian Assembly Church located at 2905 West Mallory Street Pensacola, FL

His vision is to establish a teaching and preaching Ministry based upon the Word of God, prayer, God’s holiness, and life in the Spirit.

Elder DeLarge was ordained as a Bishop in 2015 by the honorable Bishop Donice Brown, while serving as an assistant to Bishop James E. Finley of the Apostolic Assemblies Fellowship. 

Bishop DeLarge has received a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree and Master’s Degree with honors along with an honorable U.S. Navy discharge-(Jan 1967 – April 1971).

Bishop DeLarge is currently aprofound instructor at the Florida Apostolic Bible Institute in Cantonment, FL

Bishop David DeLarge is married to Ethel-ReaseDeLarge. Together they have three children, six grandchildren and one great-grandson.