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Rev. Mishca R. Smith email@example.com
01-28-2018 10:23:36 PM CST
We regret to inform you of the passing of Micah R. Russell, brother of Rev. Mishca R. Smith, Associate Minister at St. Luke AME Church, East Chicago, Indiana and brother-in-love of Rev. Dr. Micheal A. Smith, pastor at St. Luke AME Church, East Chicago, Indiana.
Micah R. Russell is the grandson of the late Presiding Elder Preston H. Russell of the 12th Episcopal District and former pastor of Union AME Church, Little Rock Arkansas. Micah passed on Thursday, January 25th. A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 11:00 am at Kemp Funeral Home and Cremation Services located at 24585 Evergreen Road, Southfield, Michigan 48075. Cards and condolences may be sent to the following address: Rev. Mishca R. Smith 18642 Gottschalk Ave. Homewood, Illinois 60430
12-14-2017 8:59:56 AM CST
Dennis Miller 6940 Trenton Franklin Rd Middletown,OHIO 513 2177003
12-14-2017 8:56:51 AM CST
Pastor , shocked about your Church Fire , retired but in construction most of my life , I would love to help all a 66 year old can do to rebuild , if people can rebuild the Rabbit Hatch , the Lord will grant us the strength to Rebuild your fine ,beautiful , Historical , Place of Worship !! God Bless you All !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DD
Florence C. Hall Gray firstname.lastname@example.org
10-05-2017 5:20:45 PM CST
Updated Message for the Home Going Celebration for
Mother Florence C. Hall Gray.
Those persons that are traveling to Kansas City, are encouraged to lodge at The Westin Crown Center at
1 East Pershing Road, KCMO, Call 888-627-8538. Use the code: The Hall Family Room Block
The Celebration will be on Saturday, 10/7/2017 at Bethel AME Church
2329 Flora Ave KCMO
Schedule: Viewal/Visitation 10:00AM-11:30AM
11:30AM -Delta Sigma Theta -Omega Omega Service
Noon - Celebration of Life
Rev. Anthony L. Hughes email@example.com
08-24-2016 1:29:57 PM CST
We regret to inform you of the passing of Doris Franklin, Mother of Rev. Dorisalene Hughes, Fifth District Director of Prayer, and Rev. Christine Stancil, First Lady of Wayman AME Church in St. Louis, MO, and Mother-In-Law of Rev. Anthony L. Hughes and Rev. Clinton Stancil, Pastors of St Paul AME Church of Berkeley CA, and Wayman AME Church of St Louis, respectively.
The Homegoing Celebration will be held at 11 A.M. on Tuesday, August 30, 2016, at Willis Chapel AME Church, 5332 South Benton, Kansas City, Missouri. There will also be a Memorial held at 11 A.M. on Friday, August 26, at St. Paul AME Church, 2024 Ashby Avenue in Berkeley, California.
Condolences can be sent to
Duane E. Harvey Funeral Home
9100 Blue Ridge Blvd
Kansas City, Missouri 64138
Rev. Anthony L. Hughes
KATURAH YORK COOPER firstname.lastname@example.org
06-25-2016 5:05:37 PM CST
Congratulations to Dr. Katurah York Cooper for receiving 2016 LEADERSHIP AWARD from the AME University during its 16th Commencement Exercises. Dr. Cooper, Vice President for Academic Affairs and also the Pastor of Empowerment Temple AME Church, was honored for fifteen years of service to the University. The beautiful crystal plaque was presented to her at the Baccalaureate Service on Sunday June 19, 2016 where she also served as the Guest Preacher. The African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) is located in the 14th Episcopal District and is the largest tertiary institution owned by the AME Church with over 4000 students enrolled. The President of AMEU is Dr. Joseph T. Isaac. Congratulatory messages can be sent to Katurah York Cooper at email: email@example.com
Reverend Michelle Y. Frayer firstname.lastname@example.org
06-14-2016 2:59:08 AM CST
The Reverend Michelle Yvette Frayer is a May 20, 2016 Cum Laude Graduate of Payne Theological Seminary in Wilberforce, Ohio, with a Master of Divinity Degree. Additionally, she made the Dean’s List for the Spring, 2015 and Spring, 2016 semesters. She is the receiver of the Dr. Jayme Coleman Williams and Dr. McDonald Williams Annual Scholarship in Memory of Rev. F. Douglass Coleman, Sr. for the Spring, 2015 semester. Reverend Frayer is presently an Associate Minister and also an Itinerant Deacon at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S. C. in the 7th Episcopal Edisto District in the South Carolina Conference where Bishop Richard Franklin Norris is the Presiding Prelate, Rev. Dr. Norvel Goff, Sr. is the Presiding Elder and the Rev. Dr. Betty Deas Clark is her Pastor.
Congratulatory messages may be emailed to: Rev. Michelle Y. Frayer at email@example.com
Pastor M W Eagle firstname.lastname@example.org
03-31-2016 2:03:32 PM CST
We regret to inform you of the passing of Mitchell Edward Eagle, the brother of Rev Michael W Eagle, Pastor of Grant AME Church, of Long Beach, CA. Mitchell grew up in Quinn Chapel AME Church, Flint, Michigan and made an impact in his active involvement with persons in recovery.
March 11, 2016
Sheldon T Banks Funeral Chapel
3021 S Dort Hwy, Flint, Michigan 48507
Rev Dr. Major Stewart - Eulogist
Condolences can be sent to:
Rev Michael W Eagle
P O Box 4906
Gardena, CA 90249
Bishop T Larry Kirkland
Presiding Prelate, 5th District
Lucelle Julius email@example.com
12-18-2015 12:22:53 AM CST
We solicit your prayers for Ralton Moses, son in law of our pastor, the Rev Clive and Mrs Beryl Pillay, and son of Presiding Elder Dawid and Mrs Sandra Moses of the Montaqu District in the Cape Annual Conference. Ralton sufered a mild myocardial infarction and is presently undergoing an angiogram. We pray for his speedy recovery and that the God that we serve may comfort the family with the assurance and the fact that He is in control
Trinity Chapel Grassy Park
Cape Annual Conference
15th Episcopal District
Katurah York Cooper firstname.lastname@example.org
12-03-2015 2:52:02 AM CST
Congratulations to Dr.James S. P. Cooper, First Gentleman of Empowerment Temple AME Church Liberia and spouse of Rev. Dr. Katurah York Cooper, for receiving the "Distinquished Service Award". James Cooper was honored for over 40 years of exceptional leadership service in Banking and Financial Management. He was honored along with other past Presidents of the Liberia Bank for Development and Investment (LBDI), including Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia, at The 50th Anniversary Gala of the Bank. James Cooper is presently the Senior Director on the Board of LBDI and chairs the Audit Committee. James Cooper not only leaves a legacy in the financial world but he has served the AME church as a member of the Finance Committee of the 14th Episcopal District, Treasurer of the Trustee Board of Eliza Turner AME Church, and presently serves as Treasurer of the Central Liberia Annual Conference. We salute him for his generous spirit and years of selfless service to his country and his church. Congratulatory messages can be sent to Email:email@example.com
Rt. Rev. Clement W. Fugh
Presiding Prelate, 14th Episcopal District
Alexia Butler Fugh, Episcopal Supervisor
Von L Sellers-Buckner firstname.lastname@example.org
11-17-2015 6:36:11 AM CST
HAPPY 70TH BIRTHDAY to Rev. Alford L. Buckner pastor of Mt. Zion AME Church, Round O SC South Carolina Conference Beaufort District. May God Richly Bless you with many more Love Von, Tolbert, J Von, and the Mt. Zion Family.
Constance Wheeler-Evans email@example.com
09-02-2015 2:13:40 PM CST
CONGRATULATIONS to REV. DR. CONSTANCE C. WHEELER EVANS on being elected Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Washington Theological Consortium. The Washington Theological Consortium (WTC), the largest international organization of its kind, is a community of Theological Schools of diverse Christian traditions — with partners in education, Islamic, and Jewish studies, and business, — that pursue ecumenical dialogue, interfaith understanding, and educational collaboration to better equip clergy and laity for the ministry of the Church in a diverse society. The WTC started in 1971 with seven member schools from Roman Catholic, mainline Protestant, and historically Black universities. Membership in the Consortium now includes entire educational organizations, schools within universities, and independent educational centers. Today the Consortium offers over 300 courses per semester for cross-registration, a dozen theological libraries, and opportunities for public and adult education that are unsurpassed in the nation.
Beginning in September 2015 Dr. Evans will lead the WTC Board in developing and implementing its platform for 2015-16, including technology integration to enhance social media outreach along with member and student engagement.
Rev. Wheeler-Evans is the senior pastor of Saint Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C., Second Episcopal District, Washington Conference.
Dr. Evans is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Council of Churches of Greater Washington (DC); Clergy for Community Wealth Preservation (CCWP), a group of 40 concerned pastors and clergy addressing the issues of homeownership, economic development, health and poverty, and political action for DC residents; the Washington Conference Board of Examiners (serving as Board Secretary and an instructor). She is the past Caucus leader for Women in Ministry of the Capital District of the Washington Conference; and past Director of Protestant Chaplaincy at Georgetown University.
07-04-2015 9:50:56 AM CST
Congratulations to Rev. Charles A. Rogers, Sr., graduate of Payne Seminary Class 2015 and ordained Itinerant Elder in April 2015 in the Western New York Annual Conference. The St. James AMEC is thankful that you are serving the Least of These.
Amara Sydnor Amara.firstname.lastname@example.org
05-28-2015 5:40:48 PM CST
Amara Sydnor, granddaughter of the Rev. Dr. Calvin H. Sydnor III and the Rev. Dr. Charlotte B. Sydnor will graduate from Mother of Mercy High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Sydnor. Amara has maintained a 4.0 GPA throughout high school and has been accepted and plans to attend the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.
Amara is President of the Drama Club and plays lacrosse. She plans to study social work at Ohio State.
Congratulatory messages may be sent to:
Miss Amara Sydnor
2946 Mignon Ave.
Cincinnati OH 45211-5922
Rev. Karen Jackson email@example.com
05-20-2015 4:56:56 PM CST
Congratulations to Jordan Jackson, son of Bro. Carl and Rev. Karen Jackson of the 12th Episcopal District. Jordan Jackson graduate high school May 15, on which he received Arkansas Scholars, National Honor Society, National Beta Club, International Thespian, National Forensics, Vice President List, Honors Tassel and Honors Diploma. When asked how became the most decorated person graduating he said, " it's by the grace of God and my parents ".
Congralatory may be sent to
Rev. Clive Pillay firstname.lastname@example.org
05-15-2015 9:13:29 AM CST
Soliciting your prayers for Bro Leroy Scott, grandson of supernumerary minister Rev. Leslie Joseph Scott and son of Carolyn Scott who was shot in the face whilst on duty as a policeman. He is presently regaining his strength in the Vincent Parlotti Hospital and we praise and thank God that this incident did not end in a fatally.
Rev Leslie J. Scott
Home Telephone: 021 374 1215
Beverly Dewitty email@example.com
03-04-2015 1:35:22 PM CST
Thank you Bishop Kirkland for the nice home going celebration for my husband , Rev. Jewel B. DeWitty
Beverly DeWitty firstname.lastname@example.org
03-04-2015 1:31:22 PM CST
Thank you Bishop Kirkland for the nice going away for my husband, Rev Jewel B. DeWitty
01-29-2015 2:18:39 AM CST
DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT OF PRESIDING ELDER V. BRYANT KPORYOR, SR.
It is with deep regret, that the 14th Episcopal District announces the death of the Reverend V. Bryant Kporyor, Presiding Elder of the Central District of the Central Liberia Annual Conference. He was faithfully serving his church when he passed away after a very brief illness in the early morning hours of Wednesday, January 14, 2015. His service to the church spanned over 30 years. Presiding Elder Kporyor will be missed for his exuberant spirit and his love of worship and singing especially in the Bassa vernacular language.
Home Going Services will be held at:
Empowerment Temple AME Church- Monrovia, Liberia.
Dr. Katurah York Cooper, Pastor
Date: Thursday, January 29, 2015
Time: 9:30 am
Eulogist: Rev. James O. Jallah
Burial: Saturday, January 31, 2015 at Kporyor’s Town, Bassa County-Liberia
Condolences may be sent to his son, Mr. Vorgar Bryant Kporyor, Jr.
Rev. Dr. Katurah York Cooper
President, Board of Directors
Central Liberia Annual Conference
Bishop Clement W. Fugh, Presiding Prelate of the 14th Episcopal District
Mrs. Alexia Butler Fugh, Episcopal Supervisor
10-16-2014 11:25:15 AM CST
Reverend & Mrs. Charles (Jeanette P.) Singleton Jeanettepsing@att.net
09-01-2014 9:27:00 PM CST
Reverend & Mrs. Charles (Jeanette P.) Singleton ask that you join with their children- Charnette Eudora, Charles II (Delissa), Charlton (Maryjo), grandchildren- Eric, Shalamar, Evan, D'Marcus, and A-shanti as they blessedly celebrate 57 beautiful years of marriage on September 7, 2014. Married on September 7, 1957, Reverend Singleton is a superannuated AME pastor (2006) and Mrs. Singleton is an AME WMS Life member and very active with the MSWAWO+PK's. They are members of the 7th Episcopal District. To God be the Glory!
Rev. Ella Mae Samuels, PE email@example.com
08-19-2014 10:49:36 PM CST
Rev. Benita Keene please accept my sincere condolences during this time of your loss. My prayers are with you.
Ella Mae Samuels firstname.lastname@example.org
08-19-2014 10:45:37 PM CST
Dr. Frank Reid, please accept my sincere condolences during this most difficult time in your life. As your sister in Christ and in the AME Church, please know that my prayers and love are with you and your family.
Rev Dr Kelvin M. Mwitwa email@example.com
06-18-2014 8:16:41 AM CST
it is heartbreaking to realize that belonging to a larger family doesnot pay. Immediately after the traged accident in the North West Zambia Annual Conference on the 17th September 2012, the Prelate off the 17th Episcopal District the Rt Rev Wilfred J Messiah made a passionate appeal for assistance in his latter dated September 20th 2012 towards the bereaved families. Unfortunately none of you including Bishops of the Church have responded and contributed anything to these families who are now wallowing in abject poverty and their children have stopped going to school. todate these families have only received an equivalent of U$85 Per family possibly raised through local resources. WHAT A FAMMILY
Rev. Dr. L. Fisher firstname.lastname@example.org
06-09-2014 11:11:21 PM CST
Hello & Good Evening Sister Ora!
Just wanted to inform you, your husband, and All others that my wife, Bessie M. Hines, has been completely discharged from REHABILATATION, and is now back home with the family. Her "WALKING" has improved and progressed tremendously with the assistance of THEARPISTS'. Even though at home she will continue to receive "IN-HOME THEARPY" until she is able to walk on her own without assistance.
Sister Ora, please allow me the privilege to express deep personal Special Thanks and Appreciation to you for your prayers and concerns during our season of health challenges. We are a family that can attest and witness to the fact of God can and will do, only IF we will TRUST Him for His WORD! Behind a frowning providence, HE hides a smiling face! I am indeed grateful and thankful to ALL the Prayer Warriors across the Connectional Church of African Methodism who stood in the gap sending UP PETITIONS for healing and restoration of my spouse, Bessie M. Hines. May He continue to BLESS ALL, real real good! I shall keep you informed on her future progress. Please convey my best regards to your husband, Rev.Dr. W. W.!
Rev. Dr. L. Fisher &
Sister Bessie M. Hines, & Family SHALOM!