From after the conquest of the land by Joshua until the formation of the first Kingdom of Israel  the Tribe of Judah was a part of a loose confederation of Israelite tribes. No central government existed, and in times of crisis the people were led by leaders known as Judges. With the growth of the threat from Philistine incursions, the Israelite tribes decided to form a strong centralized monarchy to meet the challenge. The first king of this new entity was Saul, who came from the Tribe of Benjamin. After the death of Saul, all the tribes other than Judah remained loyal to the House of Saul, while Judah chose David as its king.

Tribe Servants

  • Deacon Nathaniel Pollard
  • Deacon Herman Slaughter
  • Deacon Willie C. Tolbert
  • Deacon Roy Cooke
  • Deacon Kenneth Boykins


Tribe Servant Assistants

  • Cassandra Pollard
  • Tommie R. Searcy
  • Patricia S. Tolbert
  • Mae Cooke


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