"A Ministry Moving from Healing to Wholeness"

St. Martin Church continues to empower people making their lives better by Moving from Healing to Wholeness. We would love to partner with you to make this happen. If you feel led, click on the donate button and help us share the life changing power of Jesus Christ with others.









Dr. Kevin Daniels is a native inner city Baltimorean and is a post-doctoral Harvard University Fellow in the summer leadership Institute (community & economic development) and currently a Senior Fellow with the National Center for Health Behavioral Change, a Kellogg Foundation sponsored Center.  He holds a Doctor of Education in Higher Education from Morgan State University, a Doctorate degree in Theology/Public Health from United Theological Seminary, a Master’s of Science Degree in Social Work (Clinical Counseling/Administration) from the University of Maryland at Baltimore and a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from Morgan State University. He has obtained an Associate Degree in Mental Health and Certification as a Human Service Aide both from Baltimore City Community College. He holds a Certification of Advanced Studies in Addictions Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. He attended Loyola University for a Certification in Pastoral Counseling.  He holds a State of Maryland’s License as a Social Worker & counselor, and a Certification as a Community Conferencing Facilitator within the community of Druid Heights, and recently received The President of the City Council’s Community Service award.  He was published in “Who’s Who Among College Students” in 1995 for consecutive Dean’s list honors; also recently published in the Journal of Black Studies, as well as developed The Levitical Cycle of Health – a biblical public health model for health promotion & disease prevention.

In addition, Dr. Daniels worked as a Social Worker at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the Community Psychiatry Department. He is currently a Professor in the Social Work Department at Morgan State University. He teaches and serves as curriculum Chair over both Human Behavior and the Social Environment and Group Dynamics curriculum sequence; wrote new curriculum for Spirituality, Religion and the Helping Tradition for both the undergraduate and graduate programs in Social Work.  Dr. Daniels was an adjunct Professor of Psychology at Baltimore City Community College.  Also, initiated a science & faith network in Baltimore City of the international Reasons To Believe (RTB) (a TBN affiliate), Co-sponsored the first Faith, Spirituality, and Health conference through The National Center for Behavioral Health Change at Morgan State University, and was the first Evangelical Pastor to lecture & minister at the global spirituality and science conference of the International Institute of Integral Human Sciences in Montreal Canada (recently became a Fellow of the institute).  He was appointed by the Governor to serve on the Maryland Judicial Inquiry Board.   He clearly states that he is first and foremost the Pastor & board chair of the St. Martin Church (14 years), where the focus to the local church and community is “Moving from Healing to Wholeness.” Collaborative community programs consist of referral and educational programs to urban families: family services, NA/AA support groups, childcare, eldercare, HIV/AIDS, homeless/clothing & food pantry, Hip Hop ministry, gang intervention, GED, service learning, entrepreneurial & apprenticeship referrals; with all of these being In partnership with local agencies and provided through grant funding.  Within those collaborative community partnerships, Dr. Daniels has served as Principal and Co-Principal investigator for more than ten grants totaling over $2.5 million dollars.

Dr. Daniels serves on the board of Madison Park Community Association, Druid Heights Community Development Corporation, Institute for Spirituality and Mental Health, founding board member of The Maritime Academy, Maryland State Judicial Inquiry Board; also served as a Chaplain for the Western District of the Baltimore City Police Department and worked on The  Disaster Recovery Preparedness Team in partnership with Baltimore Mental Health Systems; also a fraternal member of Alpha Nu Omega (Christian fraternity/Sorority) & Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity.

Dr. Daniels was elevated to the Episcopal office of Bishop over Community & Education in 2010 for The Beth-El Churches of Christ; as well as recently celebrated with City Council, State Delegate & Senate, and U.S. Congressional citations for a decade of community and educational service within the 44th district.

 His motto continues to be that we must Move from Healing to Wholeness.