Wintley Phipps is a Trinidan-American gospel singer who is the founder of US Dream Academy, Coral Records, and Songs of Freedom Publishing Company. In addition to singing, Phipps works as a record producer Seventh-Day church minister, and songwriter.
As of 2024, Wintley Phipps' net worth is estimated to be $1,000,000.
|Wintley Augustus Phipps, Sr.
|Source(s) of Fame
|Date of Birth
|January 7, 1955
|Place of Birth
|Trinidad and Tobago
|Married, Linda Galloway,
Phipps is originally from Trinidad and Tobago but moved to Quebec, Canada. He joined several Christian-based institutions for his high school and college education.
Phipps attended Kingsway College in Ontario but later moved to Alabama in the US where he joined a Seventh Day Adventist College in Huntsville.
Having attained a Bachelor of Arts in theology, Phipps went to Berrien Springs, Michigan to study for a Master of Divinity degree at Andrews University, a Seventh Day Adventist university.
Having received his Masters Degree, Phipps became a pastor and served at several churches in Washington DC. He has served as senior pastor at Seabrook Seventh-Day Adventist Church and Capital Hill Seventh-Day Adventist Church among other places.
Phipps recorded his first gospel album in 1979 titled I Give You My Life. This was followed by The Neo-Gospel Experience (1982). He has since recorded and published over 30 albums including compilations and live albums.
Phipps’ pastoral career started in Washington DC after he finished his Master’s Degree at Andrews University in Michigan. He regularly sings in church and has been requested to dingbat important national events. Most notably, Phipps has performed for american presidents like Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, and Bill Clinton.
He was also invited to perform at National Prayer Events for George W. Bush and Barrack Obama. Phipps performed at the 1984 and 1988 Democratic National Convention. He was Alana performer at other high-profile events such as Rosa Park’s 77th Birthday ceremony at the Kennedy Center, and Nelson Mandela’s birthday gala.
Phipps has appeared on TV specials for Christian networks during most of his career. His performances have been featured on broadcasts by televangelists like Billy Graham and Robert Schuller. In addition, Phipps was invited to perform at Diana Ross’s Wedding Ceremony in Switzerland.
He was also featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Saturday Night Live, and the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Winter Phipps is married to Linda Galloway and lives with his family in Florida.
Phipps is active on social media which he uses to post music, church sermons, andbtheater discuss important societal issues. Fans cab follow his twitter page or subscribe to his YouTube channel to get his music or listen to his sermons.
Winter Phipps is a Trinidad-American gospel singer with a net worth of $1 million. His first record was titled I Give You My Life (1979). Phipps is also a record producer andbtheater founder of Coral Records as well as Songs of Freedom Publishing Company. He has recorded over 30 albums in his career.