It was chosen for me.’ Beloved pastor at 1 of Coast’s oldest Black churches is retiring BY ISABELLE TAFT DECEMBER 08, 2021 5:50 AM

Read more at: https://www.sunherald.com/news/local/article256373442.html#storylink=cpyOn Saturday afternoon, Gulfport police and fire trucks cleared the way as dozens of cars rolled down College Street toward First Missionary Baptist Church of Handsboro. My Drink Has Been Chosen Svg, Toy Story Alien Drink Svg, Toy Story Drinking Svg, Svg Png Dxf Eps AI Instant Download

A group of the church’s young members marched in front, holding a banner reading “The Man, the Myth, the Legend.” Behind them, Pastor Seymour Venson Adolph, Jr. waved from a maroon Corvette. After 31 years leading one of the Coast’s most historic churches, Adolph is retiring and moving back to Houston to be closer to his family. During his final weeks at the helm of First Missionary Baptist Handsboro, members of the congregation are saying goodbye and reflecting on what his leadership has given the church. “Every time he’s speaking, he’s teaching,” said Purvis McBride, Jr., vice chair of the deacons’ ministry.Merry Christmas Castle Svg, Disney Christmas Svg, Disney Xmas Trip Svg, Mickey Head Svg, Disney Svg, Svg Png Dxf Eps AI Instant Download

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