Rev. Malvis Alexander, Director of Music and Worship Arts
Rev. Malvis Alexander is a native of Aliquippa, PA, USA. Malvis has been a professional musician since the age of 9. He was raised and nurtured at the Church in the Round as the grandson of his pastor Bishop Melvin E Clark Sr. – singing, playing and directing the church choirs. He was educated at Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA where he performed as the Student Director along with Bishop Isaiah Freeman III (Professor of Voice). Rev. Malvis has also completed 2 years at the ITC ( Interdenominational Theological Center) where he is still in pursuit of his Master’s Degree.
As a composer, arranger and producer; Malvis has written songs for Grammy award winner LaShun Pace and Trenton Phillip. He has also written and produced for LaTanya Moore, Chris Brunson, and debuted works locally and internationally in the sacred, music genres for multiple gospel recording artists in his continuing career of significant service on the local and regional levels of churches.
Malvis has toured throughout America and Africa. His ministry has placed me on the platform the greatest in the church as well as the secular world. He has played for Kurt Carr, John P. Kee, Fred Hammond, Kim Burrell so many more.
He was also the National Music director of the Nation Black Presbyterian Caucus for 3 years where he recorded and produced the National recording “In the Heart of Worship”
Music is his calling and worship is his Lifestyle.
We serve a mighty God and we want to give Him our all in everything that we do. We realize that it is HE that has given us our abilities and in turn we give them right back to Him with our voices, instruments and hearts. Our goal is to give God all the glory and at the same time, inspire the congregation to do the same. There is nothing like being in the presence of God and we strive to send the glory up so His presence may come down.