Mother Cynthia Mattox, Supervisor of Women
Supervisor Cynthia L. Mattox is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. She is the co-founder of Memorial Church of God in Christ located in Atlanta, Georgia. Mother Mattox was appointed and capped as the Supervisor of Women of Northern Georgia Second Jurisdiction on November 6, 2015. Her faithful service extends to serving faithfully as Elect Lady of the South Atlanta District; formerly as special assistant to Supervisor Emeritus Mother Bertha Fitts, and co-chairlady for the Women's Department.
Supervisor Mattox is also an Appointed Chaplain and member of the Church of God in Christ Military/Institutional Chaplains Department. Her compassion for others has led to the position of Spiritual Care Coordinator (Chaplain) with Heartland Hospice in Conyers, Georgia.
Chaplain Mattox experienced the love of God at an early age and knew that there was a call on her life. She accepted Christ as Savior during her teenage years under the leadership of Prophet Robert L. Humphries and Mother Dorothy Humphries. Chaplain Mattox has devoted her life to God and in service to others. Numerous families and individuals have been impacted and benefited from her unselfish humanitarian and ministry. She, along with her husband, truly believes in going into the hedges and highways and compelling men, women, boys, and girls to give their lives to Jesus. The Memorial Church of God in Christ had its humble beginnings in the government housing projects. As a result, individuals have learned that God has a plan and purpose for their lives and received encouragement and support in discovering meaning in life.
Cynthia has earned a BA degree in Biblical Studies from Beulah Heights Bible College in Atlanta, Georgia. She has also earned a Master of Divinity Degree from C. H. Mason Seminary (Interdenominational Theological Center). Her focus has been in the area of Pastoral Care and Counseling.
Evangelist Mattox is married to Administrative Assistant Jim R. Mattox, Superintendent of the South Atlanta District. She is the mother of six children: Randy, Jimmy, Rodney, Antonio, DeAndre’, and LaTosha. Cynthia Mattox is committed to the mission of spreading the good news, comforting those who are suffering or in need and winning souls for Christ.