Eric Antonio Lorick was added to the Body of Christ at Metropolitan Church of Christ in May of 1991 after being taught the gospel by Brother Kevin Bethea, Minister of East Baltimore Church of Christ. He was among a core group of brothers and sisters who in 1995 became the Church of Christ in East Baltimore.
His work in the Lord's service include; Elder, Deacon, Bible class teacher for adults, young men, and personal Bible study teacher. He is currently Senior Minister at the Inner City Church of Christ, Baltimore a new work planted by the East Baltimore Church of Christ. Brother Lorick has spoken at the Churches of Christ Mid Atlantic Lectureships and conducted workshops throughout the brotherhood.
He has also served as Christian Life Minister and Elder at the East Baltimore Congregation from 2012-2015. He received his AA degree in Bible Studies from the Northeast Baltimore Bible Institute and College, with an emphasis in Christian Counseling, and is also a graduate from Sunset International Bible Institute External Studies
Eric's service in Christ includes, being part of the coordination team leaders for the 2019 Mid-Atlantic Churches of Christ Lectureship. He is also a speaker at Lectureship, Gospel Meeting, and workshops.
Eric was employed by A.T&T now Lucent Technology with over 30 years’ service he retired April 2004. He also served as Vice President and President of AT&T's Valley Council Telephone Pioneers Volunteers and Charity Organization 1993-1995.
He is married to Andrea D. Lorick for over 40 years and they owned and operate the only Church of Christ bookstore in the Maryland area “Agape Christian Books Gifts & Music" from 2007-2016. The Lorick’s have 2 adult children Erica Gross (Eric) and Joseph Lorick, Minister and author (Rachelle). They have also been blessed with several grandchildren.
Eric's bright cheerful manner, energetic teaching style and love of singing can belie the true inner convictions and passion of our Brother's faith. As he continues his Christian walk, we can be sure Eric will give only his best to serve the Lord.