The Death of Rev. J. P. Hennings : LUSENET : A.M.E. Today Discussion : One Thread

I just received news of the death of the Rev. John P. Hennings, pastor of the St. John AME Church in River Rouge (Detroit area), Michigan. Rev. Henning is a long time pastor in the connection and a devoted man of God. He has pastored in several conferences and was a fixture on the Michigan Conference Board of Examiners. He is also the brother of Bishop Hennings and Rev. E Anne Hennings-Byfield.

I do not have funeral arrangement information as yet but I am sure it will be posted soon. Please keep his lovely helpmate and now widow in your prayers.

-- Anonymous, December 01, 2003


Family Hour: Fri 6-8pm and Sat 10-11am St. John AMEC 505 Beechwood - River Rouge, MI 48218 - PH 313-386-2288 Burial @ Woodlawn Cemetery Funeral Director: Mr. O'Neil Swanson - Swanson Home For Funerals 14751 West McNichols - Detroit, MI 48235 PH 313-272-9000 Hotel: Holiday Inn Select 1020 Washington Blvd - Detroit, MI 48226 - Ph 313-887-7000 Ref: Henning Byfield or St. Paul AMEC Rate 79.00 per night Phone Numbers: JP - 313-863-3515 or 863-8108 A Henning Byfield Home 313-527-3621 Church 313-567-9643

-- Anonymous, December 02, 2003

The Prayers of our small family go out to Bishop Henning during this most difficult time. Having had the opportunity to meet with and work with Bishop Henning leaves a greater appreciation for him through this time. May God bless all of his family through this most difficult time. Blessings

-- Anonymous, December 02, 2003

My family and the Heard Chapel AME Church in the Bermuda Annual Conference are praying for the Hennings family. May God comfort all of them at a time like this.

-- Anonymous, December 03, 2003

I understand that the presiding prelate of the Fourth Episcopal District the 96th Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church the Rt. Rev. Philip R. Cousin will deliver the eulogy for this great man of God. Our hearts and prayers are with Mrs. Henning his wife of over 40 years, his many relatives, and the St. John AME Church family.

-- Anonymous, December 06, 2003

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