We monthly at various locations for guided visualization meditation, stress management and interfaith prayer.
There is no admission fee.
Willie Mae Brown
Jon Fox
Robert Mendelsohn


2023 Golden Heart Award Winner


Margot received her Bachelor’s in English, Masters and Supervision Certification from Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.  She also has Supervisory Certification in Communications from Cheyney University.

Prior to joining the School District of Philadelphia, she was Department Head and English teacher for the Atlanta Public School System – Atlanta, GA. for twelve years.  With the School District of Philadelphia, she was a Program Specialist, Coordinator, Program Assistant and Supervisor. After 21 years in supervision and administration, Margot returned to the classroom as an English teacher at Dobbins High School for her final five years.  She retired in 2005 after 40 years of service.
Margot has been given recognition as Teacher of the Year, Who’s Who Among Outstanding Secondary Educators of America; has been an Honoree by the Suburban Area Churches, Woman of the Year, and Living Legacy Award, First Baptist Church of Crestmont and received the Youth Service Award from the Optimist Club of Lower Montco and recipient of the Ruth Hayre Scholarship Service from the Philadelphia School District and the Martin Luther King Jr., Service Award from Abington Township. In January 2012, she received the 26th Annual Abington Township Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Award.

Margot’s professional affiliations have been with BWEA (Black Women’s Educational Alliance), COBBE (Conference on Black Basic Education), NCEBC (National Council of Educating Black Children) and ASALH (Association for the Study of African American Life and History) and IPAAM (Institute for the Preservation of African American Music).  Her civic organizations are Life Member, Rho Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Society, Life member of the Willow Grove Branch of the NAACP (serving on The Executive Committee as the Education Chair), Abington Human Relations Advisory Committee, and the Committee on “No Place for Hate.” For 12 years she served on one of the Abington Township’s YAP (Youth Aid Panels) and served many years on the AEF Board (Abington Educational Foundation) ACT (Abington Community Task Force) Committee.  She was appointed to the Montgomery County Human Relations Commission and to the Board of Trustees at Montgomery County Community College.

Recently she became a member of The Abington Human Relations Advisory Council, The Abington Police Advisory Committee and a member of The Abington Superintendent’s Committee For Equitable Practices.

Margot is very active in her church, First Baptist, where she has served as Superintendent of Church School for more than 15 years. She is the Chaplain and sings with The Voices of Faith Choir and is a member of the Welcome Ambassadors, Scholarship, and Worship Leader ministries. She is one of the Adult Sunday School Teachers and a leader of an ALG (Abundant Life Group) and serves on the Dr. Donald L. Clark Educational Foundation Board.

Margot is the wife of the late Dr. Donald L. Clark and the mother of a daughter Joi (Lance), two sons, Joseaf (Alma) and Jonathan and proud grandmother of two girls, Amina and Zoe and five grandsons; Zachary, Brandon, Amare, TreVion and Jamison. In her leisure time, she enjoys reading, working on cryptograms and crossword puzzles.