Rev. Reed Brown
Rev. Brown is the retired Founder & Pastor of the Arlington Metaphysical Chapel in Arlington, Virginia and has been President of the United Metaphysical Churches for 40 years, stepping down at the 2017 Convention.
The UMC Board voted to name the Roanoke Chapel in his honor for his devoted service and leadership. He has been a featured speaker throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.
An honorary Doctorate of Divine Wisdom was conferred upon Rev. Brown at St. Johns Cathedral in NY, for his contribution towards the upliftment of human consciousness.
Rev. Brown is described in Allen Wiseman’s book “We Immortals,” as “the only psychic that ever impressed me.”
He has been featured in the Washingtonian Magazine, The Walter Cronkite Special, “In search of the paranormal,” as well as many other publications and shows too numerous to mention.
Rev. Brown founded the Church of Spiritual Enlightenment in Hialeah, FL, which is now the Metaphysical Church of South Florida, as well as assisted with the founding of the Lake Worth Metaphysical Chapel which is now the United Metaphysical Churches of the Palm Beaches.
He encouraged and helped organize the first Seminary Training Program and served as an instructor as well as serving on the Advisory Board of the Educational Department for many years. As an ordained Metaphysical Minister he has officiated at Weddings and Funerals from the Washington National Cathedral to Arlington National Cemetery.