Wed - June 14th - Founder's Day - Necrology - Pennsylvania/Delaware and New York

Wednesday, June 14

Afternoon Session

Founder’s Day Observance and Necrology Service

Evening Session

Pennsylvania/Delaware and New York

Conducting Service

Bishop Rebecca W. Fletcher, Trial Bishop Timothy Mims Sr. and
Trial Bishop Minnie Crawford






Thu - June 15th - Complex Gift Award Program - Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Jamaica W.I. and Haiti

Thursday, June 15

Afternoon Session

Complex Gift Award Program

Evening Session

Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Jamaica W.I. and Haiti

Conducting Service

Bishop S. Taylor, Trial Bishop Margaret L. Rucker and Trial Bishop Gilbert Evans, Jr.


Bishop Semmie Z. Taylor, Sr.

Bishop Semmie Z. Taylor was born in Boca Raton, Florida. In 1960, he attended

Keith Bible Institute in Chattanooga, TN, and was a student of Moody Bible

Institute in Pompano Beach, FL, in 1970.

Bishop Taylor began his ministry in August 1958 and has successfully climbed

the ministerial ranks of the House of God Church.  His pastorate in Florida

included the churches in Deerfield Beach, Delray Beach, Hallandale, Apopka,

and Brownsville. He has also served as pastor in Beaumont, TX, and Nashville,


Bishop Taylor received a Master of Theology degree in 1984 and a Doctor of

Divinity degree in 1986 from the International Seminary in Plymouth, FL. Dr.

Taylor life’s ambition is to be a successful minister and to help other ministers

to achieve lofty goals in establishing the souls of men for the glory of God.  He

also aspires to contribute and assist in every possible way for the upward

mobility, spiritual growth, and advancement of the House of God Church.

“Helping others is my mission, and in so doing I am contributing to my own

growth and betterment.  In the process, I am helping to make my community a better place for

all,” is the credo of this serious and dynamic minister whose many efforts are for good.  In his

“helping others ministry,” few have done so much for his community in many separate and

different ways.  For 15 years he operated a successful landscaping and tree-trimming operation

which provided employment for scores, and during the same time he formed a farmer and cattle-

raising partnership, one of the first and most successful in the Delray area.

A stellar athlete, starting as a linebacker on the Carver High School’s first two championship

teams in 1949, and the unbeaten 1950 team.  The 1951 graduate has a long activist career from

Boy Scout leader to Chair of the Delray Beach Housing Authority.  Serving in The House of God

Church with the same unwavering zeal and fortitude throughout his pastorate, he has traveled

and labored untiringly.  He is a fiery evangelist and a hard-working revivalist in this great


Bishop Taylor currently serves as the pastor of the Pompano Beach, FL, band #1 and is Presiding

Bishop of Illinois and Wisconsin.  He has been married for more than sixty years to his

childhood friend and high school sweetheart, Deaconess Doris Robinson-Taylor.  They are the

parents of four children:  Arissie, Semmie Jr. (deceased), Kera and Sharlene. He is also the

grandfather of fifteen and the great grandfather of thirty.

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Friday - June 16th - National Deacons Union - Alabama, Northwest Florida, Texas, Kentucky, Georgia #1 and Tennessee

Friday, June 16

Afternoon Session

National Deacons Union Program


Alabama, Northwest Florida, Texas, Kentucky, Georgia #1 and Tennessee

Conducting Service

Bishop John Lott, Jr. and Bishop Martha J. Thomas



Saturday - June 17th - Young Folks and Friends Union (YFFU), Conducting Services

Saturday, June 17th

Young Folks and Friends Union (YFFU), Conducting Services

Sunday - June 18th - Chief Overseer’s Anniversary - Connecticut, Massachusetts, Georgia #3, California, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC

Sunday, June 18th

Afternoon Session

Chief Overseer’s Anniversary

Evening Session

Connecticut, Massachusetts, Georgia #3, California, Maryland,
Virginia and Washington, DC

Conducting Service
Bishop Kelly W. Allen, Bishop Viola Jackson and Trial Bishop Kenneth L. Ellis

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Monday - June 19th - Confirmation and Ordination - COS Discretionary - Florida East Coast

Monday, June 19th

Morning Session

Confirmation and Ordination Ceremony

Afternoon Session

COS Discretionary Program\Service

Evening Session

Florida East Coast

Conducting Service

Bishop Rebecca W. Fletcher




Tuesday - June 20th - International Missionary Outreach Society Program - South Carolina

Tuesday, June 20th

Afternoon Session

International Missionary Outreach Society Program

Evening Session

South Carolina

Conducting Service

Bishop Henry Dillard


Prelate South Carolina

Wednesday - June 21st - Courtesy Welfare Program - Georgia #2, Indiana, North Carolina and New Jersey/Harrisburg, PA/Mississippi

Wednesday, June 21st

Afternoon Session

Courtesy Welfare Program

Evening Session

Georgia #2, Indiana, North Carolina and New Jersey/Harrisburg, PA/Mississippi

Conducting Service

Bishop Clary K. Butler

Bishop Butler

Bishop Clary K. Butler was born to the family of the late Mary and Carl Butler in 1948. He graduated from Bonds-Wilson High School in 1966 in Charleston, SC. In 1970, he graduated from South Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History. In January 1978, he received the baptism of The Holy Ghost. In February 1979, he preached his trial sermon. He served as a Mission Worker at James Island, SC and Greenville, SC. He served as Assistant Pastor of The House of God, St. Stephen for 6 years and as Pastor for 19 years.  He also served as Pastor of The House of God, Five-Mile- 25 years and as Pastor of Charlotte, NC for 7 years.  Other leadership positions include: Interim Pastor of The House of God, Cayce, SC for 1 year and Presiding Elder over the following:  Liberty Hill, 10 -mile, New Roads, St. Stephen, Dorchester, Holly Hill, Grover, Summerville, and Ridgeville areas of SC; Canton & Morton, MS. He served as General Elder of Upper District of SC, Philadelphia, PA, Wilmington & Dover, DE. He also served as Interim Pastor of Belgrade, NC; Hazlehurst, GA, and Charlotte. NC. Currently, Bishop Butler is the Presiding State Bishop over the following dioceses: North Carolina, Indiana, Mississippi, Georgia Diocese #2, and Interim State Bishop of New Jersey. He is also currently serving as Pastor of Pembroke, GA and Interim Pastor of Wilmington, NC.

Bishop Butler served on the Supreme Executive Council, the National Budget Committee, National Broadcast Committee Chairperson, National Hymnal Committee, National SBS Committee, Headquarters Complex Committee, Confirmation and Ordination Committee, and the Chief Overseer Anniversary Committee.

He also served as State Treasurer of SC, State Trustee of SC, SC State Examining Committee Secretary, Chairperson of Feeding Expense & Security for SC, and a list of others just to name a few within North Carolina and other areas. Effective September 20, 2012, Bishop Butler was newly appointed as a Chief Helper to Chief Overseer, Bishop R.W. Fletcher.

Effective June 2013, State Bishop Clary K. Butler was ordained as a Bishop at the General Assembly held at The House of God Church in Nashville, TN.

In his education, he received a Master of Arts Degree from Webster University – Charleston Campus in 1996. He also received a Doctor of Ministry from Colorado Theological Seminary in January 2008. He has been married to Deaconess Patsy Butler for 46 years. They have three children: Tammy Butler Robinson, Clary Butler Jr., and Cora Butler. They also have one son-in-law, Brian Robinson, one daughter-in-law, Monique Butler, and two grandsons- Brian Robinson Jr. and Myles.


Thursday - June 22nd - Academy and Bible College Graduation Exercise - Florida West Coast and Florida #4

Thursday, June 22nd

Afternoon Session

House of God Academy and Bible College Graduation Ceremony

Evening Session

Florida West Coast and Florida #4

Conducting Service

Bishop Willie Walker and Trial Bishop Charlene Jamison




This anointed woman of God is known to many as a sister, friend, teacher,  co-worker, mentor, pastor, and prayer warrior. She had made outstanding contributions in the areas of religion, education, and community service.  As a great mentor and educator, she has encouraged many individuals to obtain their goals by furthering their education.

Her dynamic preaching and teaching have caused many individuals to surrender their lives to Christ. 

  Trial Bishop Charlene M. Jamison was born on April 15th in Jacksonville, Florida.  At the age of five, she began attending The House of God, Church Keith Dominion in Ocala, Florida .  Under the leadership of Bishop W. L. Nelson, she had the                                   

  Acts Chapter Two experience, meaning she was filled with the Holy Ghost. As a result of being filled with the Holy Spirit, she vowed to be a vessel of God and to do the work of Him that sent her.

Professional Experience:

She received her elementary and high school education in the public schools of Dade (Miami) and Marion (Ocala) counties. As a distinguished, honor student she received academic scholarships to Talladega College and Bethune-Cookman College. She completed her undergraduate studies in 1964 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English. Her passion for higher education caused her to further her studies at the University of Florida in Gainesville and Nova Southeastern University, located in Davie, Florida.

She taught English for 30 years; during these years she continued to yield to the voice of the Lord.  In June 2004, she retired from The School Board of Broward County Florida and continued to work [full-time] in the ministry.

Religious Activities:

At an early age, she began participating on church programs , singing and speaking.  Her work with the youth in the church and in the community has always paralleled her walk with Christ as she grew up working in the Church as a youth leader, speaker, layman, , local minister, presiding elder , general elder ,and now as a State Presiding Prelate of Florida 4 Diocese.

 The Lord continued to bless her efforts and used her as an instrument to renovate numerous churches and help pay off the financial obligations of another: Ocala, Florida , Fort Lauderdale, Florida .


After many years of service within this church. The late Bishop J. C. Elliott appointed her to serve as pastor of the Daytona Beach Church (1986-1991). Her renovation efforts continued and the Daytona church was totally renovated and new church furniture was purchased.  Also, land adjoining to the church was purchased for future expansion.  While pastoring in Daytona, they held the first Men and Women’s Day Program to secure funds for a badly needed roof.  People came from across the United States to assist in this endeavor.  The event became the annual fundraising activity where participants joyfully attended to have a spiritual and financial feast. 


After rendering service in Daytona Beach, she received an appointment to do mission work in the Orlando area.  There she organized a mission and pastored the congregation for one year before receiving an appointment to go to Delray Beach. As the assistant pastor of Delray #1, she led the fundraising efforts to help pay off church financial obligations.


In 1998, State Elder Jamison was appointed assistant pastor of Band #1 in Pompano Beach, Florida. In March 2000, she was appointed pastor of the church in Perrine and served in that capacity for four years.  After the death of General Elder Carrie Holt in August of 2004, State Elder Jamison was appointed pastor of The House of God Church in West Hollywood, Florida. Currently, she is still serving as the shepherd of the West Hollywood Church. Having a vision for God’s house, the church has undergone an outside facelift and is currently undergoing an inside renovation project.


On the National/International level of the Church, Trial Bishop Jamison served for 25 years as the Young Folks and Friends Union (YFFU) secretary, receiving the first Merit Service Award given by the YFFU in 1999 for service to the youth. She also served as the national lodging assistant for several years. Presently, she is serving as the Chairperson of the National Publication Committee, alternate on the Supreme Executive Council and the General Trustee Board, Secretary of the National Construction and Renovation Committee, and in various other capacities.


On the State level, she serves as Ministers’ Council President Emeritus and State Secretary. This renowned leader is also a member of the, State Trustee Board, Co-Chairperson of the Examination for the Confirmation and Ordination Committee, and also a member of the State Preparation Committee, State Building Oversight Committee and Vice-Chairperson of the Grievance Committee. Additionally, she was appointed Trial Bishop and the Presiding Prelate of the Florida #4 Diocese in the June 2013 General Assembly.



In addition, Trial Bishop Jamison has conducted numerous revivals wherein many souls were saved.





Community Service


As a community leader, she believes that the best leaders are servant leaders. This servant of God in years past was instrumental in coordinating through the American Red Cross, Hurricane Relief efforts not only in the state of Florida, but also in the state of South Carolina. Many families were provided assistance through her coordination of this relief program.


During her work tenure, she served as President of the School Improvement Team for several years and also worked with the Take Stock in Children Program. 


Her community service work gained local and state recognition.





Trial Bishop Jamison is the proud mother of one child, Deonne Jackson, the grandmother of Kanesha Jackson and great grandmother of Kennedi Marie.



Guiding Principle:


“The will of God will never lead me where the grace of God cannot keep me.”




“I can do nothing except God be with me, and if God is not with me, I am nothing.”


Favorite Scripture:


“Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your request be made known unto God.” (Phil. 4:6)

Friday - June 23rd - Healing Service - Closing Session

Friday, June 23rd

Healing Service – 8:00AM

Business and Closing Session