Reverend Mignon R. Jones-Spann is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and spent her formative years in Washington D. C. She accepted her call to ministry in 2007 and was licensed by the Great Hope Baptist Church, Richmond, VA under Rev. Dr. Earl L. Bledsoe. She has served as Youth Minister at Little Union Baptist Church, Dumfries, Virginia and as an Associate Minister/Youth Minister at Cartersville Baptist Church, Reston, Virginia.
She is an active member of the International Association of Ministers Wives and Ministers Widows. She has served on the local level as Chaplain in the Northern Virginia and Vicinity chapter (2009) and as a workshop facilitator at the Northeast Regional Conference (2010). She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Reverend Mignon has also served as the Titus II Advisor to the president of the Protestant Women of the Chapel at Camp Zama, Japan (2006-2007). She has taught both adults and children in Sunday School and bible study. Reverend Mignon served as the chaplain of the Association of Black Seminarians at Princeton Theological Seminary and was also a member of the campus Deacon Leadership Team.
She graduated with honors from the University of the District of Columbia earning a Bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education as well as a Master of Science degree in Adult and Continuing Education from Kansas State University. In 2013, Rev. Mignon earned a Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary and was the recipient of The Charles Reller Abiding Memorial Fund Award and the George L. Rentschler Award in Speech Communication.
Reverend Mignon Jones-Spann is married to Reverend Willie A. Spann, (Ret. LTC). They have one son, Aubrey, currently a student at Georgia Southern University. She is currently on staff as the Minister of Adults, Discipleship & Evangelism at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church under the pastorate of the Rev. Dr. Kenneth R. Kemp. Rev. Mignon has a passion for serving, teaching and encouraging all God’s people. One of her guiding scriptures for ministry is Proverbs 3:5-6.