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Senior Pastor of the Greater Mountain Baptist Church

Social Justice Activist

Senior Pastor of the Greater Mountain Baptist Church

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The Reverend Douglas Demetrius Prather, a native of Atlanta, Georgia is one of the nation’s fore-front, dynamic and noted civil rights and social justice activist. Rev. Prather has spent his life serving others and is at present the Senior Pastor of the Greater Mountain Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to his current pastoral call, Prather served for 7 years as an associate minister at the Historic Beulah Baptist Church also in Atlanta under the leadership of Rev. W. L. Cottrell where he was both licensed and ordained. Committed to social justice, Prather’s work has been recognized by many publications domestic and international alike and include but not limited to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, South Fulton County Neighbor, the NAACP Crisis magazine and numerous periodicals. As author of many journals, editorials and contributions Prather is a regular guest editorialist for www.Blackcommentator.com an online social justice magazine.
A former member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s (NAACP) National Board of Directors the nation’s premier and oldest civil rights organization, he presently serves on the Executive Committee of the Atlanta Branch, national Religious Affairs Committee and national NAACP Image Awards Nominating committee. As a part of the NAACP’s history many of Rev. Prather’s writings and documents of his work have been stored and are archived at the National library of congress in Washington, DC. Additionally, of note, there is a commemorative brick bearing Prather’s name at the historic, Dexter Street King Memorial Baptist Church Garden in, Montgomery, Alabama.
In addition to the NAACP Prather’s leadership and presence is felt in various other organizations and affiliations. Prather served on the Board of Directors of the Fannie Lou Hamer Project, Inc. a national campaign finance reform organization and is a member of The Concerned Black Clergy of Metro Atlanta, Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition, Criminal Justice re-entry coalition Board Member, Civic League of Regional Atlanta, National Urban League, African American Student Leadership Conference of Fairbanks, Alaska, Board member, and Revive the Vote, Inc. a national civic participation organization that utilizes and teaches voter registration, education and mobilization methods just to list a few. The recipient of numerous awards and recognitions, in 2005 Prather was named one of 10 most Outstanding Atlantans between 21-35 years of age, one of the cities most coveted recognitions. Prather was also listed in the 2010 edition of Who’s Who in Black Atlanta.
With a passion for religion, philosophy and the ancient language of Latin, Prather studied at both Hampton University, in Hampton, Virginia and Morehouse College, in Atlanta, Georgia. Among his many leadership qualities, Rev. Prather is a classically trained pianist, preferring the art forms of Jazz, classical, and Negro spirituals and in leisure delights in reading, traveling and the arts. Prather resides in Atlanta’s Historic Collier Heights Community, having the distinction of being one of the first communities in the nation built exclusively by African-American planners.  Reverend Prather’s life is embodied in the philosophy of M. K. Gandhi “you have to become the change, you wish to create.” He is married to the former Elizabeth Dixon and they share one son Master Anthony Mann.