Clyde Williams Obituary, Death – Williams received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Paine College in Augusta, Georgia, a Masters of Divinity Degree from Howard University in Washington, District of Columbia, a Masters of Religious Education Degree from The Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Georgia, a Masters of Arts Degree from Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia, and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. In addition, Williams attended the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Williams also holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree, which he received from the University of Alabama in Tusca. Due to the significant contributions that Dr. Williams had made to the local community, Paine College bestowed upon him an Honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree in 1972. In addition, Miles College awarded him the degree of Doctor of Letters, and the American International School of Medicine awarded him the degree of Doctor of Science. Both of these honors were presented to him during the same ceremony.
Williams is known across the country as a revered clergyperson thanks to the reputation he has built for himself in the field. In the past, he has held the position of pastor at the following churches: the St. John CME Church in Atlanta, Georgia; the Trinity CME Church in Milledgeville, Georgia; the Noble Chapel CME Church in Birmingham, Alabama; the Bethel CME church in Cordele, Georgia; the Oak Grove/Cogar Hill CME Church in Cordele; the Moody Temple in Montgomery, Alabama; the First CME Church in Montgomery, Alabama; the Tree of Life Deliverance Church in Atlanta, Georgia;
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