Wellington E. Watts II eBooks
My name is Wellington Watts, and I am from a pastor's family. I am continuing the spirit of that ministry but in the area of music. I am married to Nancy (Worrell) Watts and have one son who is currently living in Virginia.
I graduated from Eastern Pilgrim college in 1964 with a B.S. degree and completed education courses at Glassboro State College for permanent N.J. certification.
My 27 years in education have been divided between public school teaching and being the principal of a Christian school. As principal, I continued to raise the academic standards at the academy, and our students responded with high scores on standardized tests.
I have also worked in churches as music and choir director and am presently part of the Calvary Hill Church worship team. I have conducted and arranged many musical productions and created musical dramatizations, directed special programs, and lead community choirs.
The Unity Music Singers, a community choir, was formed in 1998. This choir presented the multimedia program , "A Salute to Heroes - We Will Never Forget", five times in 1999.
I’ve also written the music for the production of a tape and CD. I have been featured in an article written by Kevin Riordan of the Courier Post because of a song I wrote as a result of the Sept. 11th tragedy. It is called, “Let the Light of Freedom Shine.”
I’m presently teaching at Ambassador Christian Academy. I feel God has been preparing me at this time in my life to begin a ministry involving music, speaking, teaching, writing, and whatever else He wants me to do.
It is only through the empowerment of the Holy Spirit, prayer, and faith that this can be accomplished.