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Randell A. Cain, Jr.

Zion Memorial Missionary Baptist Church

Reverend Randell A. Cain, Jr

Reverend Randell A. Cain, Jr., son of the late Randell A. Cain, Sr. and the late Alma E. Cain, is a native of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He graduated from West Forsyth High school in 1985. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in General Science from Morehouse College, a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering degree from Georgia Tech, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School. The degree that he holds most dear is his Master of Divinity degree, earned at Hood Theological Seminary in the Spring of 2015. Reverend Cain is currently pursuing the Doctor of Ministry at Duke Divinity School with an expected graduation in the Spring of 2023.

Upon graduating from Harvard in 1994, Reverend Cain began a career in investment management. He has worked with Putnam Investments, NationsBank Investment Management, JP Morgan, NCM Capital, and Herndon Capital Management. Since 2017, he has been with Sustainable Insight Capital Management as a Portfolio Manager.

Reverend Cain has been able to give back to several institutions at the board level by serving on the board of trustees for Hood Theological Seminary (where he serves on the Finance Committee and Co-Chairs the Capital Campaign), on the advisory board for the school of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech, on the board of trustees for the SG Atkins Community Development Corporation (Vice President), Reynolda House Museum of American Art (where he serves on the Finance Committee) and the board of the Jerry Long YMCA (Chair of the Board of Advisors).

Reverend Cain married his high school sweetheart, the former Cynthia Rorie, in 1992. The Lord has blessed their marriage with five children – Hamilton, Grant, Olivia, Victoria, and Preston. The two have lived in Boston, Charlotte, New York, Geneva, Switzerland, Durham, Atlanta, and have been residents of Winston-Salem since 2007.

In supporting his family and community, Reverend Cain has served as a youth coach in soccer and basketball for his children’s teams for several years.

In the summer of 1990, Reverend Cain gave his life to the Lord at North East Baptist Church in Durham, North Carolina. Upon joining the body of Christ, he has been growing in active leadership within the church. At North East and his former home church, Mount Zion Baptist Church in Fairburn, Georgia, he has served as Chair of the Budget and Finance Committee, choir member, Sunday School and Bible Study teacher as well as a trustee.

While a member of Mount Zion Baptist Church, Reverend Cain accepted a call into the ministry, got licensed and was ordained in 2007.

From 2007-2016, Reverend Cain served as the Associate Minister and Assistant to the Pastor at Zion Memorial Missionary Baptist Church under the Reverend Dr. Joseph Jones, Pastor. He was a Sunday School and Bible Study teacher, Vacation Bible School Chairperson, and President of Zion Memorial’s Laymen’s League.

In January 2017, Reverend Cain was voted to be the sixth Pastor of Zion Memorial and was installed on April 8, 2017.

Reverend Cain’s greatest desire is to do that which pleases God the most

ed a Bachelor of Science degree in General Science from Morehouse College, a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering degree from Georgia Tech, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School. The degree that he holds most dear is his Master of Divinity degree, earned at Hood Theological Seminary in the Spring of 2015. Reverend Cain is currently pursuing the Doctor of Ministry at Duke Divinity School with an expected graduation in the Spring of 2023.

Upon graduating from Harvard in 1994, Reverend Cain began a career in investment management. He has worked with Putnam Investments, NationsBank Investment Management, JP Morgan, NCM Capital, and Herndon Capital Management. Since 2017, he has been with Sustainable Insight Capital Management as a Portfolio Manager.

Reverend Cain has been able to give back to several institutions at the board level by serving on the board of trustees for Hood Theological Seminary (where he serves on the Finance Committee and Co-Chairs the Capital Campaign), on the advisory board for the school of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech, on the board of trustees for the SG Atkins Community Development Corporation (Vice President), Reynolda House Museum of American Art (where he serves on the Finance Committee) and the board of the Jerry Long YMCA (Chair of the Board of Advisors).

Reverend Cain married his high school sweetheart, the former Cynthia Rorie, in 1992. The Lord has blessed their marriage with five children – Hamilton, Grant, Olivia, Victoria, and Preston. The two have lived in Boston, Charlotte, New York, Geneva, Switzerland, Durham, Atlanta, and have been residents of Winston-Salem since 2007.

In supporting his family and community, Reverend Cain has served as a youth coach in soccer and basketball for his children’s teams for several years.

In the summer of 1990, Reverend Cain gave his life to the Lord at North East Baptist Church in Durham, North Carolina. Upon joining the body of Christ, he has been growing in active leadership within the church. At North East and his former home church, Mount Zion Baptist Church in Fairburn, Georgia, he has served as Chair of the Budget and Finance Committee, choir member, Sunday School and Bible Study teacher as well as a trustee.

While a member of Mount Zion Baptist Church, Reverend Cain accepted a call into the ministry, got licensed and was ordained in 2007.

From 2007-2016, Reverend Cain served as the Associate Minister and Assistant to the Pastor at Zion Memorial Missionary Baptist Church under the Reverend Dr. Joseph Jones, Pastor. He was a Sunday School and Bible Study teacher, Vacation Bible School Chairperson, and President of Zion Memorial’s Laymen’s League.

In January 2017, Reverend Cain was voted to be the sixth Pastor of Zion Memorial and was installed on April 8, 2017.

Reverend Cain’s greatest desire is to do that which pleases God the most

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