Born in Westmoreland, Jamaica, West Indies; Dr Milton G. Gregory spent his formative years in Kingston, Jamaica. West Indies. As an ordained minister he has served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for over 34 years in three of the local conferences of Jamaica, West Indies – having worked as District Pastor in the West, Central and East Jamaica Conferences; and two of the Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Union institutions. He has served as Dean of Men and as Lecturer in the Department of Religion at West Indies College (now Northern Caribbean University), and Chaplain of Andrews Memorial Hospital.

In 1989, he was elected Secretary and Sabbath School Director of Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in St. Catherine. Jamaica. West indies; a position he held until 1995, when at the Union Session in October of that year, he was asked to serve as Health Ministries Director and later ( October 2000) also Personal Ministries Director. After having served as President of East Jamaica Conference, a position to which he was elected in July, 2002, Dr. Gregory was called to serve in 2005 at the former West Indies Union Conference as Vice President and Health Ministries Director. Dr. Gregory has served as a Justice of the Peace for the parish of Manchester. Jamaica. West Indies

Dr. Gregory served as Secretary, Health Ministries Director, and Leadership Coordinator for Jamaica Union Conference of Seventh–day Adventists prior to he and his wife Gloria Barnes-Gregory immigrating to the United States to serve as Senior Pastor of the Victory Seventh-day Adventist Church, in Bronx, New York.

Pastor Gregory holds the Bachelor’s degree in Theology from Northern Caribbean University; the Master of Science Degree in Public Health from Loma Linda University, the Master of Arts degree in Religion from Andrews University, and the Doctor of Ministry from Northern Caribbean University. He has certificates from several institutions including Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute, Pacific Health Education Centre, California and completed one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education at Florida Hospital U.S.A. He holds membership in the American Public Health Association.

Married for 34 years to Gloria, nee Barnes, a former the Dean of the College of Education and Leadership at Northern Caribbean University, Jamaica. West Indies. He and his wife are proud parents of two adult daughters, Kadia and Keleen, two sons in-law, Joseph and Alister and one granddaughter, Azoya.

Dr. Gregory states that his mission in life is to help people to be healthy, happy, and holy.