Reverend Ranches L. Hall, is the Pastor of Black Creek  A.M.E. Church in Darlington, Louisiana.  He began his ministry by accepting his call in 1989, at Greens Chapel A.M.E Church in Baton Rouge, Louisiana under the leadership of the late Reverend C.P. Coleman. He was licensed to preach in 1989, by the late Presiding Elder Joseph Cyprian. His biblical Studies include the Fourth District Baptist Bible College in Baton Rouge and Bonner-Campbell College.

Reverend Hall, has served as pastor of Hyman Chapel, Greater Payne, Rocky Hill, Venable Chapel, Martin Chapel, Crystal Springs and Mount Everett.

Reverend Hall, was appointed to Black Creek AME Church during the 2015 Louisiana Annual Conference, where he is the present Pastor. One of his greatest mentors, was the late Presiding Elder Rev. John K. Holiday.

 Reverend Hall, serves as the Chairperson of the Louisiana Conference Memorial Committee. He also serves as the President of the Western New Orleans Baton Rouge District Evangelism Committee.

Reverend Hall, believes that the young people and youth should be involved in every area of Ministry, Music, Evangelism, etc. Reverend Hall, believes that the youth and young people should be allowed to serve in every capacity of the church of Jesus Christ.

Reverend Hall, has over 30yrs of professional experience as a songwriter, arranger and producer. He has songs that have debuted all over the world, both radio and television.

Reverend Hall, is a native and resident of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He is married to Rev. Joya J. Hall, a native of Denham Springs, Louisiana. They have been married for thirty years. They are the proud parents of two beautiful daughters, Janesa and Jalon Hall.