John Carroll Hall departed this life after a prolonged illness on October 24, 2016. John was born February 18, 1962, in Frederick, MD, to John Carroll Worthington and the late Alma S. Perkins. \t\n\nJohn attended Frederick County schools and moved to Atlanta, GA and made that city his home. For more than 20 years John was a loyal employee for the United Postal Service (UPS) in Atlanta, GA. Having confessed Christ as his Lord and Savior and tasked as a Deacon, he served faithfully for more than 20 years at Greater New Macedonia COGIC under the leadership of Bishop Frederick Kelley, Pentecostal Temple COGIC and Superintendent J. T. Roberts. Most recently, he served under the leadership of Pastor Ann Kelley at Breakthrough Outreach Ministries. John was a kind and gentle soul, and a dedicated helper who loved his family. John was often seen working to keep the church in good repair, as well as, assisting members as a handyman in their homes.\n\nHe leaves to mourn his beloved wife of over 26 years, Darlene Johnson Hall; stepfather, William C. Perkins; six children, Anna Wright (John), Crystal Tucker, Peter Walton, Emmanuel Walton, Todd Pope and Jeremiah Pope; two brothers, Kirk Hall (Delores) and Richard Hall(Judy); six sisters, Jonneita Hall(Thomas), Marlynn Hall (Jack), Judith Worthington Ambush (Loren), Juanita Simmons(Pumpkin), Christina Worthington and Debra Jones; ten grandchildren; three great grandchildren; and a hosts of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. In addition to his mother, John was preceded in death by his two brothers, Sherman and Donnie Hall; maternal grandparents, Margaretta Hall and Neal S. Hall, Jr.; and paternal grandparents, Melvina Worthington and Howard Stewart.