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17th Annual Evangelist Lillian Bush Memorial

Breakfast of Prayer All Faith Ecumenical Service

Friday, June 5, 2020 - 9:30 A.M.

WILL BE BROADCAST TO THE PUBLIC

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Honored Speaker & Host

Rev. Watking Todd 

Mt. Horum Missionary Baptist Church

3905 Mt. Horum Way, Fort Worth, TX 76105

 

Pastor Watking S. Todd is the proud pastor of the Mount Horum Missionary Baptist Church of Fort Worth, Texas. He was licensed and later ordained at the Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church of Fort Worth, Texas under the tutelage of Pastor William Timothy Glynn.

Through years of service, his calling has been confirmed and strengthened. Among the gifts and talents which God has blessed him, none are more meaningful and fulfilling than preaching and teaching the Word of God. He is extremely sensitive to the fact that it is because of God’s grace and mercy that he is here today and gives all praises and glory to God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Pastor Todd has beenmarried for over 20 years to the lovely Chandra E. Todd. They are proud parents of two children; Chanyn A. Todd, and Chaun W. Todd.

 

 

  

History of Reedy Chapel AME Church

When General Gordon Granger came to deliver the news of emancipation to the slaves in Galveston, TX, most were still working in the fields. He nailed General Order No. 3 to the door post of what is now Reedy Chapel AME Church so that all who came there would know and spread the news.

Today the church is still a central part of the Juneteenth Celebration because worship is a grateful expression of freedom and the first reaction when the prayers of many generations was answered. In remembrance of that first freed man’s church service, we established the Lillian  Bush Memorial Juneteenth Ecumenical Breakfast of Prayer Service to honor the lives of all people, no matter their race or denomination, who gave of themselves for the cause of liberty.

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Unity in Our Community

 

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