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Dr. Calvin H. Sydnor III

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Phone: (615) ***-****  
Local Address:  Nashville , Tennessee , United States
African Methodist Episcopal Church
1600 W. Jefferson Street
Philadelphia , Pennsylvania 19121
United States

Company Description: The Mission of the African Methodist Episcopal Church is to minister to the spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, and environmental needs of all people by...   more

Employment History

  • The 20th Editor, The Christian Recorder
    African Methodist Episcopal Church
  • 20th Editor
    The Christian Recorder
  • Editor
    The Christian Recorder
  • Editor
    AME Christian Recorder
  • Dean
    Joint Pastors' Institute at Lane College
  • Director of the Online Bachelor of Arts Degree Program In Religious Studies
    Hampton University

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Doctor of Ministry degree
    Lexington Theological Seminary
  • U.S. Army War College
43 Total References
Web References
2012 GENERAL CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS | African Methodist Episcopal Church, 20 Feb 2015 [cached]
Dr. Calvin H. Sydnor III Editor, The Christian Recorder
Board of Directors | The Sloan Consortium, 5 April 2009 [cached]
Calvin H. Sydnor, III, D. Min. is the Director of the online Bachelor of Arts Degree Program in Religious Studies at Hampton University and serves as Assistant Professor of Ethics and Religion. He received his Doctor of Ministry degree at Lexington Theological Seminary and is a graduate of the U.S. Army War College. Dr. Sydnor served as a United States Army Chaplain for twenty-eight years and provided pastoral care in support of soldiers and their families. He was awarded numerous military honors and decorations, including the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, and the Parachutist Badge. He served in numerous locations in the United States, in Germany and was the Command Chaplain for the VII (U.S.) Corps and was assigned to that unit during deployment to Southwest Asia for Desert Shield and Desert Storm in 1990. During his last military assignment, Dr. Sydnor served as the Command Chaplain for United States Army Training and Doctrine Command where he provided pastoral leadership and technical supervision to the senior chaplains at the seventeen military installations located throughout the United States. He is an experienced trainer of clergy in pastoral leadership, biblical theology, administration and organizational effectiveness. Prior to entering the United States Army, he served as the Dean of the Joint Pastors' Institute at Lane College providing theological education for ministers in the African Methodist Episcopal, African Methodist Episcopal Zion and Christian Methodist Episcopal Churches in Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and Arkansas. He is the author of the booklet; "Some thoughts on being an Effective Chaplain" published by the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command and "Understanding Islam" an individual study project, which is used as a supplemental text for Islam and World Religion classes at Hampton University. He has published many articles in denominational periodicals and conducts marriage, values clarification, and ministers' retreats. Dr. Sydnor serves on the Board of Trustees at Lexington Theological Seminary
According to Dr. Calvin H. Sydnor ..., 1 Dec 2014 [cached]
According to Dr. Calvin H. Sydnor III, the 20th Editor of The Christian Recorder, "advent ended on December 24th and the Christmas season began and is celebrated for 12 days until January 5th and on January 6th, Epiphany (and...
Press Releases from the Metropolitan AME Church, 19 Dec 2012 [cached]
Although Watch Night services can be traced back to 18th Century Europe and are now observed in churches of all denominations around the world, Dr. Calvin H. Sydnor II, editor of The Christian Recorder, stated, "in the black community, the Watch Meeting Night worship began with …the AME church and with the founder, Rt. Rev. Richard Allen."
GENERAL OFFICERS | African Methodist Episcopal Church, 20 Feb 2015 [cached]
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