Bay Community Fellowship



Joined Jan 5 2012
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OUR CHURCH LEADER PASTOR CURTIS FLEMMING Born in Brooklyn, NYC. The Youngest son of the late Rev. Joseph Flemming Sr. and Rev. Bernice Flemming. Pastor Flemming is an ordained Holy Spirit led recipient and advocate of God’s divine grace. Overcoming a troubled adolescence and young adulthood plagued by many of the same issues that still plague our community his story is a testimony of how merciful and gracious God is! "I realize succinctly that I am living on borrowed time, and while not perfect I make an effort to live a life of service and integrity before God and community. I realize that my call is one of to love God and others I believe this is the epitome of human existence." pastor Flemming is married to the lovely Mrs. Nancy McAfee Flemming MD, and we are the proud parents of seven children. Professionally he worked in corporate America, and various position including: Pastor/Founder: Bay Community Fellowship Oakland, CA District Leader: of the Brooklyn New York District, FMCNA Senior Pastor: Living Hope, Brooklyn New York Pastor/Founder: Elizabeth Christian Center,Elizabeth NJ Associate Minister: Apostolic Outreach Assembly Chaplain: International Men Ministry: Pentecostal Assemblies of the World inc. Coordinator: Outreach Evangelism Evangelist: Prison Ministry, Shelters and Street. Pfizer Pharmaceutical: Operations Supervisor Education New Jersey Institute of Technology: Manufacturing Technology. Bachelor of Religious Education: Lighthouse Christian College Master of Divinity Degree: Nyack College’s Alliance Theological Seminary Northeastern Seminary at Roberts Wesleyan College: Presently matriculating a Doctor of ministry degree. 

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Reply Leadservant
4:06 PM on January 16, 2012 
What a blessing it is to be the beneficiary of the work of God in the lives of our ancestors who struggled so we might enjoy the freedoms we have today. Lets salute them by not squandering them on hedonistic pursuits.