Angela Aderle


Pastor Angela Anderle is a member of Trinity United Church of Christ and presently serves as pastoral support for the Prison Ministry preaching instate and federal correctional facilities. As a native to Chicago’s south side, she ministers to young adults in her community and assists various community organizations and churches by directing the development of their programs. At Ravenswood Presbyterian Church she served as Director of theYoung Adult Dance Ministry, bible study instructor, and Adult Vacation Bible School facilitator. Her passion of reaching out to urban youth and young adults at In His Grip Ministries led her to be the not for profits first Associate Pastor ordained as Director of Connections Ministry. Angela has also served adults through Christian Education media services as guest host and co-facilitator of the International Sunday School Broadcast under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Janette Wilson.


As media correspondent Angela presently conducts post game interviews for WNBA coaching staff and players. She has conducted one on one interviews with: Laurel Richie (WNBA president), Angel McCoughtry (Atlanta Dream),Brittney Griner (Phoenix Mercury), Elena Delle Donne (Chicago Sky).


Her love of music, her experiences in various choirs, and her passion for dance and ministry led her to create and produce the international internet radio show “Revelation: The Gospel According to House.” Angela uses house music and the gospel to address spiritual, theological, social justice, and other needs of its listeners in over 57 countries..



Her gifts of teaching and preaching have led one of her selected sermons to be published for the book “These Sisters Can Say It II.” The book highlights various African American women preachers from throughout the country. Angela is a Cum Laude graduate of Tuskegee University with a BS in Psychology & has a Masters of Divinity from North Park Theological Seminary. Upon graduating with academic honors she also received a Field Award for Ministry from the faculty.