Meet The First Family


 Dr. Andrew D. Clark, Sr.

Dr. Andrew D. Clark, Sr., is the electrifying, anointed Pastor of Trinity Outreach Ministries COGIC housed at 12002 Ashbury Rd, and Holy Trinity Church and Cultural Arts Center housed at 7209 Woodland Ave

Both houses of worship are respectively located on Cleveland’s north and south sides.  Dr. Clark’s Pastoral leadership has positioned him to implement innovative ways to reach, teach and inspire the community. 

His heart continually focuses on the development of people through various creative activities.  He is assured that through opportunity people are inspired to be the very best that they can be.  Dr. Clark’s concentrated center of interest is the health, wealth and education of our youth.  As a trailblazer, of and for the community he has included in his ministry a boxing program, after school tutoring, music lessons, and a basketball team; this is done in his effort to serve those most in need.

Dr. Andrew Clark, Sr., is the youngest of six children from the union of the late Pastor Walter and Elect Mother; Missionary Jessie Clark.  Dr. Clark is a proud product of the Cleveland Public Schools, graduating with honors from Cleveland East High in 1979. 


First Lady Michele Clark

Michele was born to the parents, Helen and Michael Barclay.  Throughout her developmental years, she was noted as having a heightened sence of intuition. Amazingly, at the age of 13, Michele attended and four years later graduated from an adult Yoga Philosophy program. This experience gave her awareness of self -mastery, a keener since of insight and a strong bond to God as her Lord.

She is a graduate of Shaker Heights Public schools and attended Virginia Marti for two years to study Merchandising and Hondros College for Real Estate, Michele accepted a position at United Airlines as a flight attendant based out of Chicago.  She later joined the family owned business as a third generation Real Estate Professional. Licensed in 1992, she headed the 400 million dollar land acquisition project to build the Windermere Rapid Station Complex in East Cleveland, Ohio.