Apostle Melessa Brown is an internationally known psalmist, songwriter, keyboardist, producer, recording artist, pastor, teacher, and clinician. Her original songs number in the thousands.
Her travels take her behind (what was historically known as) East Germany's "Iron Curtain," West Germany, Netherlands, Pakistan, India, England, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, South Africa, Malaysia, Singapore, Jamaica, Bahamas, St. Thomas, Trinidad, and Hawaii.
Adding to this mixture that of being classically trained, a professor at a Catholic College and Worship-Pastor in many denominational and non-denominational churches (as well as the Catholic Church), we have a rare, but rich blend of experiences in Worship.
Apostle Brown has ministered on the platform with-as well as-accompanied such renown artists as: Juanita Bynum Weeks, Danniebelle Hall, Dr. N. Cindy Trimm, Arch Bishop Veron Ashe, Nell Carter (from Television's 1970's sitcom "Give Me A Break.")
She has performed at the nation's US Capitol, and the Kennedy Center, in Washington D.C.
Apostle Brown has appeared on many television programs and worship panels, in order to better educate, strategize, and prepare the Body of Christ for 21st century worship.
Her passion is that of taking Prophetic Worship to the nations - through preaching, teaching, and training other psalmists, musicians, and pastors - as well as - the entire Body of Christ.
Apostle Brown now resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma.