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Harrison J. Bryant

Bishop

African Methodist Evangelical Church

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@GRASSROOTS.ORG/The Love Center

www.grass-roots.org [cached]

The memory was that of her father, Harrison J. Bryant, who grew up in South Carolina in the days of segregation and lynch law and eventually became a bishop of the African Methodist Evangelical Church. Beginning with a call to help the community's many low-income children and their mostly single mothers, the church eventually formed a separate non-profit organization, Agape Family Empowerment Center, and -- flexibly addressing needs as they arose -- began creating programs that not only fed people but helped empower them. Over the years, as money and resources permitted, they have operated summer cultural and educational programs for youngsters; after-school programs (currently including tutoring help with computers, cultural arts, and a middle-school organization for enrichment and self-esteem called "Cool Girls For Christ."Using a grant from the Baltimore Community Foundation's Youth As Resources fund, five of the youngsters are receiving training in tutoring; they'll recruit five more, then serve as mentors to 20 younger children in the neighborhood. Heavily leveraging partnerships with other community organizations, Agape works with single mothers in an initiative somewhat like Super Pantries, aimed at "interior life development" and health.



The AME Church Clergy Family Information Center (CFIC)

www.amecfic.org [cached]

They were joyfully joined together in Holy Matrimony at Bethel AME Church in Baltimore, MD as Bishop John R. Bryant and the late Bishop Harrison J. Bryant were the officiates.


www.stpeteramestl.org

Rev. Harrison J. Bryant, Presiding Bishop of the Fifth Episcopal District, on May 11, 1975.
The Rev. Cyrus S. Keller was assigned to St. Peter in 1976. He continued to move the church forward. The sanctuary and parish hall were air-conditioned and the ladies' and men's lounges were renovated. In the sanctuary, the pews were covered and fence cushions were placed at the chancel rail.


WELCOME TO BRYANT TEMPLE AME CHURCH

www.bryanttemple.org [cached]

BISHOP HARRISON JAMES BRYANT
Harrison James Bryant was born to Richard and Annie Bryant on November 20, 1899 in Keithville Village, SC. Harrison and Edith were partners in divine creation six times. Rev. Dr. Clyde W. Oden, Jr., presently serves as senior pastor of The Temple, having been appointed to this charge on November 3, 2002, by Bishop John R. Bryant, the presiding Prelate of the 5th Episcopal District and son of the late Bishop Harrison J. Bryant.


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