Suffragan Bishop Errol O’Savio, an ordained minister with the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, serves as pastor of the Mt. Olivet Apostolic Faith Church in Mt. Vernon, New York. He currently serves as Chairman, of the New York State Council of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World. He has served in the organization as Secretary and Vice-Chairman. As Suffragan Bishop he is responsible for the coordination and implementation of information and communication services to assure seamless functionality in collaboration with the Diocesan, Suffragan Bishops, officers and members of the New York State Council.
Suffragan Bishop Errol O’Savio holds degrees in Economics and Business Administration with concentration in Finance and Pastoral Ministry from Pace University and Aenon Bible College. He has worked with Sealand Industries in Management as a Computer Systems Analyst, interfacing with IBM in a problem tracking environment.
In the community he has served as Chaplain and Vice President of the United Black Clergy of Westchester and currently serves as its Treasurer. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Naomi House, a shelter for battered women.
Married to Rev. Judith O’Savio, they are blessed with two children, Desiree and Alex, a son-in-law who are all active in the church and five grand-children: Dominic, Demetrius, Dallas, Madison and Blessan.