Alicia Pigee is the co-founder and co-Pastor of Church of the Word Ministries, which was birthed in 1995. She is also the co-founder and co-pastor of The Word Center that was established October 2011 in Monrovia and Bellflower, California.
A faithful co-laborer alongside her husband, is Senior Pastor and Prophet, Henry Pigeé. She is passionate and purpose driven about fulfilling the vision for the Kingdom of God.
Alicia Pigee is anointed and a committed servant, her talents extend into the gift of anointed singer and creative musical composition. Pastor Alicia Pigeé was also a singer with Pastor Benny Hinn’s Ministry for two years. Alicia also recorded an album with Kurt Karr and the Kurt Karr singers on the “One Church” cd. Alicia has worked with and opened up shows for a few major artist such as: Ne-yo, Donnie McClurkin, Tye Tribbett, Bobby Jones, Juanita Bynum and many others.
Pastor Alicia Pigee also served as a minister of music for the Metro District Full Gospel Baptist Fellowship. Alicia has an outstanding administrative abilities and demand order and proper Kingdom protocol. Pastor Alicia has received awards and certificates from various organizations.
Over the past ten years Pastor Alicia birthed and has hosted the “Annual Leaders Training Seminar”, equipping leaders and staff for ministerial work within the Kingdom. She is also the Founder of the Women of Wellness (W.O.W) ministry that addresses specific issues to the physical, psychological, and spiritual welfare of women. Additionally, she hosts the Annual Women’s Conference in the month of May, presenting the Word of God as a solution to the challenges and pitfalls of everyday life as a Christian woman. Her personal messages have included: “DreamGirlz”, “Superwoman”, “Dress for the Occasion” "Divne Grace" and “I am at the end of This". In many women conferences Alicia writes and directs anointed skits to bring 3D messages to women. Alicia is also a successful playwright and director of the hit stage play production "The House of Reds" and “The Passover”. Alicia has starred in the Hit Stage play production “BLUE GOD” written and directed by Marshawn Metters and the Hit Stage play “Why Can’t I get married” written and directed by DiShan Washington.
Although she is a wife, a mother of three and a grandmother of four, she is also a proud Graduate of Ashford University, where she has received her Bachelor’s degree in Applied Behavioral Science, and a Graduate of Azusa Pacific University where she has received her Masters in Divinity. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Ministry at Azusa Pacific University. She has also received an honorary Doctorate Degree of Divinity from Saint Thomas Christian University of Jacksonville, Florida. She currently is licensed and certified by the State of California as a Pharmaceutical Technician.