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Our Pastor | Bethesda Cathedral
SUFFRAGAN BISHOP STEWART REESE, III
Suffragan Bishop Stewart Reese, III was born the first child to Bishop and Lady Stewart Reese, Jr. in Seattle, Washington.
The family relocated to Atlanta, Georgia in 1968.
After completion of his
secondary education, Stewart
graduated from DeKalb Junior College
, along with his
mother, Lady Navoria I. Reese.
He furthered his education by receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Georgia State University.
He is currently pursuing a Master's degree at the Reformed Theological Seminary.
In November of 2011, Reese
was installed as Pastor of Bethesda Cathedral
in Decatur, Georgia.
He also serves as a community leader in teaching Life Skills classes at Rockdale County Jail, which consists of job readiness, stress management and anger management.
was employed with FedEx
for over 29 years and retired in February of 2014.
His leadership ability has allowed him to serve as Assistant Pastor of Bethesda Cathedral, Church Administrator, President of Austin Drive Community Development and Assistant Teacher of the New Member's Class.
In August of 2015, Pastor Reese was consecrated as Suffragan Bishop in the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. and serves with the Alaska Yukon District Council.
shares a life long marriage of 33 years to Wanda Grice Reese.
Wanda G. Reese is the devoted wife of Suffragan Bishop Stewart Reese, III, who is the Pastor of Bethesda Cathedral in Decatur, Georgia.
Our History | Bethesda Cathedral
Bethesda's official members consisted of its Founding Pastor and his family: Bishop Stewart Reese, Jr. (formerly Elder Stewart Reese, Jr.), Lady Navoria, and their children, Stewart III (now Elder and Pastor), Lavoria Denise (now Evangelist Lavoria D. Reese), Bernard Isaiah (remained in Seattle during the beginning stages of Bethesda and now deceased), Norman Elton (now deceased), and Bernita Ann.
In June of 1971, Urban Renewal forced Pastor Reese
and congregation to relocate to 180 Pine Street, N.E., across from the Atlanta Civic Center
Through dedication, consecration, prayer and fasting, God set His
approval upon Elder and Sister Reese and their ministry.
The Lord is Faithful and through the devotion of our Founders, Suffragan Bishop Stewart Reese, Jr. and Lady Navoria Reese, the congregation of Bethesda has flourished and continues to be anointed.
Bishop Stewart Reese, Jr. has consistently been recognized and honored throughout the community.
Still, it takes a dedicated and spiritual man of God to follow the leading of God's Spirit.
After experiencing numerous health challenges, Bishop Reese retired from his position as Pastor.
In the spring of 2011 Bishop Reese
son, Elder Stewart Reese, III as Pastor of Bethesda Cathedral of the Apostolic Faith, Inc.
Under the leadership of Pastor Reese
began Live Streaming during Watch Night Service December 31, 2013.
In 2014 Pastor Reese
was instrumental in the success of the Easter Egg Community Extravaganza, Striving for Excellence Conference, the Fall Festival and Hallowed Night of Praise, and the Toys for Tots Campaign.
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Decatur â€" Bethesda Cathedral of the Apostolic Faith, Inc., Dr. Stewart Reese, Jr.
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Welcome | Bethesda Cathedral
- Pastor Stewart Reese, III & Lady Wanda G. Reese