Sheilah Vickers Cause of Death – Passed Away: Evangelist and Supervisor Sheilah Vickers, an educator, lecturer, and author at the Church of God in Christ, Inc (COGIC) Ministries, passed on Tuesday, December 7, 2021. She was 52 years old. Details surrounding Sheilah Vickers’ death are unknown at the time of this report. She was born on July 14, 1969.
Church Of God In Christ, Inc., mourned the “sudden passing” of Supervisor Sheilah Vickers, an educator, speaker and author at the Church of God in Christ, Inc., on their Facebook page.
“Strength and honour were her clothing. She opened her mouth with wisdom, and in her tongue was the law of kindness. Supervisor Vickers, many daughters have done virtuously, but you excelled them all. Surely your works are praising you in the gates.”
It is with heavy hearts the Church Of God In Christ announces the transition of Supervisor Sheilah Vickers. She served this church well all the days of her life. Her family requests your prayers and patience during this time. Arrangements are forthcoming.
Sheilah Vickers, a Queens, New York native who resided in Brooklyn, attended Hempstead High School. Vickers studied at Indiana Wesleyan University and Regent University after graduating from high school. She has worked in pulpits, classrooms, and boardrooms across the United States.
Sheilah Vickers is the Founder and CEO of three organizations: Sheilah Vickers Ministries, Savant Leadership Consulting, Inc, and Victory Corporation. She uses her years of experience in education, leadership and ministry to speak to millennials, leaders and those who desire to relaunch their lives.
In November 2021, she was capped as Supervisor of Women of the Republic of Korea Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, Church of God in Christ to serve with Bishop Chadwick F. Carlton. Sheilah is a third generation member of the Church of God in Christ, serving her local church at Greater Harvest Church COGIC in Brooklyn, NY where her brother, Elder Arcell Vickers is her Pastor.
“No way. A woman of God who was near and dear to my heart. She adopted me as her son. I was playing for a church in Brooklyn during a COGIC district meeting. She got up to have words, and the first thing she said was “I don’t know who you are, but I’m glad you can play”, and went on giving remarks. About a month later, she came back to do a revival at the church I was serving. From that moment on, she was instrumental in my life. When I put out my first record, she told me she listened to it every day. Rest on, Sheilah Vickers,” Jay Tillman said.
Sheilah Vickers obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by her family.