Marcia Dixon MBE
Marcia Dixon MBE is one of the most well-known PR specialists within Britain’s black church community and runs MD Public Relations. In October 2020 Marcia was listed in the Queen’s Birthday Honour’s List and awarded an MBE for services to Inter Faith Relations. She is also a columnist with The Voice, Britain’s best-selling black newspaper and Keep The Faith, Britain’s leading magazine about the black faith community.
Marcia Dixon explores how the black Pentecostal Church has encouraged women to step into all the roles God has for them
Marcia Dixon charts the history of the black Pentecostal Church’s relationship with money
Marcia Dixon shares her own personal experiences of travelling the world, including her first trip to Jamaica, her country of origin, and the different expressions of church
Marcia Dixon’s new book highlights the huge gender imbalance in the black Church, affecting a catch-all group of millennial, middle-aged and mature women who wish to be married
Marcia Dixon is convinced of the power of role models; here she tells us about those who have positively influenced her and many others
This Black History Month I want to honour the ‘black church’ and the inspirational clergy who serve their communities
October is Black History Month Marcia Dixon MBE is celebrating the “black church”. Here she explains the impact the church had on her life and the many ways it positively influences the black community.
The Queen’s passing gave me a new understanding of her incredible leadership, the day she awarded me an MBE was the proudest of my life
Marcia Dixon was awarded an MBE for her services to the Black Christian community for her work with The Voice newspaper as editor of Keep The Faith magazine. Here she reflects on the Queen and her leadership.
In 1988 Marcia Dixon was a student who wrote a gospel music column, more than 30 years on she is a celebrated journalist who has just been awarded an MBE for inter faith relations. She reflects on the journey for Woman Alive.