Founder’s Day Luncheon honors Apostle Johnson

Apostle Johnson

Founder’s Day Luncheon honors Apostle Johnson
August 18
05:10 2016



The True Vine Churches of Deliverance International (TVCOD) held its Founder’s Day Luncheon to celebrate establishmentarian Apostle Dr. Sylvester Davis Johnson, senior pastor of The Macedonia Worship Center.

The TVCOD is a systemic network of jurisdictional churches in covenant fellowship.

Johnson is the presiding prelate/chief of the TVCOD and served until August 2015 as the jurisdictional presiding prelate of the Greater Memorial Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of TVCOD.  Johnson is also an internationally known and much sought after preacher, teacher, singer, musician and author.

The all white affair on Friday, Aug. 12, in the banquet room of the Winston-Salem Hotel & Spa was filled with wonderful words and well wishes honoring Johnson. The TVCOD Mass Choir and a liturgical dance by Alyssa Bennett and Jenea Jetter had everyone clapping their hands.

Johnson said he was truly honored by the day’s events and kept a smile on his face throughout.

“The day went tremendously well because of the leadership of Bishop Dr. Debra Moorman Bradshaw,” Johnson said.  “Today went beyond my expectations, and the speaker was great.”

Bishop James Randolfph Woodson II, pastor of St. James Home of Fresh Start in Greensboro, delivered the sermon that brought everyone to their feet.

Woodson added,  “The Bible says look to the quarry from whence you were dug and the rock from whence you were hewn.  Sometimes you have to go back to where you started in order to know where you are going, and that’s why I’m here.”

Bradshaw was the chairman of the Founder’s Day committee. She said she was pleased with the fruits of her labor.

“I think we had a beautiful time and everyone came out and just had a Holy Ghost good time,” said Bradshaw.

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