Inglewood First UMC
Rev. Victor Cyrus-Franklin is Lead Pastor of Inglewood First UMC in Inglewood, CA. Pastor Victor has a passion for ministry that crosses racial, gender and generational boundaries, following Jesus toward wholeness, reconciliation and justice. A native of Nashville, TN, he received his bachelor’s degree from Tennessee State University and the Master of Divinity degree from the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) with a concentration in theology in Atlanta, GA. He formerly served as Assistant Pastor of East Point First Mallalieu UMC, a multiracial church in Georgia, Advocacy Organizer for the General Commission on Religion and Race of the United Methodist Church (Washington, DC) and Associate Pastor of Holman UMC in Los Angeles. Pastor Victor is Chair of the Cal-Pac Conference Black Methodists for Church Renewal, on the Digital Strategy Panel for the United Methodist Publishing House and on the L.A. Voice local community organizing committee for the Inglewood area.