First Shiloh Baptist Church

Pastoral Staff

Reverend David E. Hampton  accepted Jesus Christ into his life as a teenager. He has been a member of First Shiloh for more than 22 years. He was licensed to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ in 1997 and has been ordained since 2010.

Reverend Hampton holds a Doctorate of Jurisprudence (Law)  as well as a BS undergraduate both from the University of Buffalo.

Reverend Hampton and his wife Annmarie are the proud parents of 4 children and they have 6 grandchildren.

Reverend Hampton's favorite scripture is:

Phillppians 4:13 :

"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."


Rachelle Sat’chell Robinson

Reverend David Hampton

Reverend Rachelle Sat’chell Robinson

earned her Undergraduate degree from Medaille College and her Master’s in Divinity from Colgate Rochester Divinity School. She was licensed in ministry in 2007 by her Father in Ministry, Bishop T. Anthony Bronner PhD and later dually ordained by Bishop Bronner and her Pastor, Rev. Jonathan Staples.

Rev. Robinson is the founder of Deep Wells Ministry, this Ministry’s mission is: “to see the transformation that has and continues to occur in our lives, occur in the lives of others.” Deep Wells Ministry partners with organizations in the community to assist in or develop a Spiritual component in their organization that can be useful in the holistic service to our community.

Rev. Robinson is a Preacher, Published Author, Motivational Speaker, Conference Speaker, and Spiritual Counselor. She is the Chair of the Spiritual Support Clergy Program and Domestic Violence Spiritual Support Group leader for the Family Justice Center, Co-Chair of the Religious Task Force for “Say Yes Buffalo”, a member of the Concerned Clergy Coalition and Associate Pastor at First Shiloh Baptist Church. She is a former Protestant Chaplain for Catholic Health.   

Rev. Robinson is a bi-vocational Pastor; she not only works diligently in Ministry. She has been employed by New York State for over 15 years. She currently holds the position of EAP (Employee Assistance Program) Coordinator for Western New York. 

At the end of each day she settles in the arms of GOD, knowing that she is: Unconditionally Loved, Undeniably Blessed, and Unequivocally Redeemed by Grace.