Church celebrates legacy of Apostle McCloud

The room was filled for the final day of the celebration of the legacy of Apostle B.J. McCloud.

Church celebrates legacy of Apostle McCloud
November 01
01:00 2018

Greater Tabernacle Worship Center celebrated the life and legacy of Apostle B.J. McCloud during the month of October.  The celebration culminated with a Sunday afternoon service, headlined by her son, Bishop P.G. McCloud Sr., on Oct. 28.

Throughout the month, Greater Tabernacle played host to guest speakers, who delivered heartfelt sermons in honor of McCloud.  Apostle McCloud passed away on Aug. 10 and led Greater Tabernacle for the past 17 years before her passing.

The Sunday afternoon service was the perfect ending to the celebration for McCloud. It was nearly a packed house with members from Greater Tabernacle and Fresh Fire. Bishop McCloud’s message paid homage to his mother’s memory.

“I just wanted to communicate to everyone how important it is to work together to fulfill the vision of Apostle McCloud and Bishop (Alonzo) McCloud,” said Bishop P.G. McCloud. “They left this with us to intertwine with one another to do the work for the Kingdom.”

“It was great to conclude the celebration,” he continued. For them to think enough of me to make me last, was enough for me to come out and make sure I did a good job for the service.”

Bishop McCloud wanted to give a special thank you to all of the guest speakers that came out to speak during the celebration. 

“I thought everyone was good and they had good messages,” he said. “For them to come out and bless us with those messages was very moving.”

McCloud says he is still grieving over the loss of his mother. He says he knows she is looking down upon them, rooting for them to keep pushing.

“I know they want us to keep on going and continue to encourage one another,” he went on to say. 

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