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Rev. Clay Evans
Rev. Clay Evans

Rev. Clay Evans Bio – Rev. Clay Evans Wiki

Rev. Clay Evans was an African American Baptist pastor and founder of the influential Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago, Illinois.

Rev. Clay Evans Age

He was born on June 23, 1925 in Brownsville, Tennessee, United States. He died on November 27, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. He was 94 years old.

Rev. Clay Evans Wife

Evans married his wife Lutha Mae Hollingshed on October 15, 1946.

Rev. Clay Evans Children, Rev. Clay Evans Family

Evans and his wife Lutha Mae Hollingshed had six children, seven grandchildren, and two great grandchildren.

Rev. Clay Evans Death

Rev. Clay Evans died on November 27, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois at age 94. His death was confirmed by the Rev. Charles Jenkins in a social media post.

“My Hero Reverend Clay Evans has gone to sleep eternally and is now in the presence of God. Rev. Clay Evans founded Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in 1950, where he served for 50 years. His most famous mantra was “It is no secret what God can do.” He will forever be a beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather, great grandfather, uncle, family patriarch and church father.

Rev. Evans was a leading servant of God, a man of great faith, a servant’s servant, a leader’s leader, and a friend to all of mankind. He will forever be known as a civil rights leader (who worked closely with Dr. Martin Luther King and Reverend Jesse Jackson), gospel music pioneer, civic leader, community staple, and trusted counselor to all including Presidents, Governors, Mayors, and anyone in need of advice. He was a convener, an ecumenical bridge builder, problem solver, and humanitarian. He will be forever be known throughout the world as The Godfather of ministers, preachers, & pastors everywhere. He took his final breath on earth but his legacy will live on forever through his biological family, his friends, his spiritual family, over 100 spiritual sons and daughters, and millions of people around the world who have been touched by his life and work. His contributions are countless, his awards are innumerable, and his impact is immeasurable. His famous words are those of The Gospel Of John 9:4 “Work while it is day for the night comes when no man can work.” “I don’t want to rust out sitting around, I want to wear out working.” He leaves this world empty, leaving our lives and society full of all of the goodness God gave him to give to us. We love him forever! Details and Arrangements are forthcoming.”

 

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My Hero Reverend Clay Evans has gone to sleep eternally and is now in the presence of God. Reverend Clay Evans founded Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in 1950 where he served for 50 years. His most famous mantra was “It is no secret what God can do.” We will forever be a beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather, great grandfather, uncle, family patriarch and church father. He was a leading servant of God, a man of great faith, a servants servant, a leaders, leader, a friend to all of mankind. He will forever be known as a civil rights leader (who worked closely with Dr. Martin Luther King and Reverend Jesse Jackson), gospel music pioneer, civic leader, community staple, and trusted counselor to all including Presidents, Governors, Mayors, and anyone in need of advice. He was a convener, an ecumenical bridge builder, problem solver, and humanitarian. He will be forever be known throughout the world as The Godfather of ministers, preachers, & pastors everywhere. He took his final breath on earth but his legacy will live on forever through his biological family, his friends, his spiritual family, over 100 spiritual sons and daughters, and millions of people around the world who have been touched by his life and work. His contributions are countless, his awards are innumerable, and his impact is immeasurable. His famous words are those of The Gospel Of John 9:4 “Work while it is day for the night comes when no man can work.” “I don’t want to rust out sitting around, I want to wear out working.” He leaves this world empty, leaving our lives and society full of all of the goodness God gave him to give to us. We love him forever! Details and Arrangements are forthcoming.

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Rev. Clay Evans Cause of Death

Rev. Clay Evans’ cause of death was not revealed.

Rev. Clay Evans Songs

  • Hallelujah Anyhow
  • I’m Going Through
  • Wonderful Savior
  • Oh The Blood Of Jesus
  • I’ve Got a Testimony
  • Room at the Cross
  • All Night All Day
  • Walking up the King’s Highway
  • Save A Seat For Me
  • What A Fellowship
  • I’m Blessed
  • Lord, Make Me Right
  • All My Help
  • Something About God’s Grace
  • Everything Will Be Alright
  • Blessed Quietness
  • Room At The Cross/At The Cross
  • The Lord Will Make a Way
  • Bring It To Jesus
  • It’s Me Again
  • Wine Is Running Out
  • God Said He Would Heal The Land
  • Thank You Lord
  • He’s My Everything
  • He’s a Battle Axe
  • Come And Go To That Land
  • Bringing in the Sheaves
  • I’m Saved
  • Use Me Lord
  • He’s In The Blessing Business
  • I’m Yours Lord
  • I’ve Got Power
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