Posted by: Apostolic Oneness Pentecostals | February 16, 2011

Homegoing Service Schedule For Bishop Murphy Pace III of Powerhouse Of Deliverance Cathedral in Atlanta GA

 

UPDATE:

The following is the schedule for the memorial services, tribute and funeral. Remember to keep the family in your prayers.

Memorial Service: Friday February 18, 2011 at Rehoboath Deliverance COGIC 221 Veterans Parkway Barnsville, Ga. 30204 (770)-358-2748

The “Last“ Midnight Special Tribute in honor of Bishop Murphy J Pace III is planned for February 18th, 2011 at 11pm est at Siloam Church International located on 3695 Roosevelt Hwy College Park GA 30349 (404) 762-9175. The family asked that you get ready to dance

Homegoing Celebration- Saturday February 19th, 11:00am Covenant Ministries International1700 Corey Blvd Decatur, GA. 404-289-8960.

Bishop Murphy Pace, III Chief Pastor of Powerhouse of Deliverance Cathedal, only brother of The Anointed Pace Sisters (LaShun Pace being one of the more well known sisters of the group) has passed away in Atlanta GA. Funeral Arrangements are forth coming. You might have also known Bishop Pace and his awesome Church choir from back in the day singing songs such as “Stronghold” and “Deliverance”. Below is an audio youtube clip of the choir.


Responses

  1. I was saddened to hear of the passing of Bishop. I met the family many years ago while serving as Minister Of Music for what was known as Temple Of Faith in Ocala, Florida. Bishop was a dynamic Man Of God and he will be truely missed. God Bless You At This Hour!

  2. I too was blessed with the opportunity to be in the glow of his presence. He was a remarkable person, a true man of God, who made me feel loved everytime I saw him. I feel deeply saddened by this loss. God Bless You Pastor Pace, God Bless The Family, and Bless The Many Others Touched By Pastor Pace.

  3. You made it, Bishop! We’re so sad here, but yet now you’re shouting with the Angels!
    Do some “fancy footwork” before the Lord Jesus for me, Bishop!

  4. My son was Bishops God-Son and when we got the news last nite was very devastating for both my son and our family. We loved him so much. He will be greatly missed by all he came into contact with. Our prayers are with the family, his loving mom, sisters and his son.
    The Smith’s
    Alabama

  5. An awesome, anointed vessel of God; called home from his labor (God makes no mistakes). I am saddened of Bishop Pace’s passing but am thankful to have experienced his ministry. His singing, preaching and ministering are embedded in my memories.

    Love and prayers for the family.

  6. Pastor Pace was an awesome Man of God. I joined Powerhouse of Deliverance Church of God in Christ (back then) in 1991. The church was awesome. He taught us ministry. Those of us who members of this ministry learned to be successful in ministry through this man. I am better having Pastor Pace as a pastor for the period I was there.

  7. Good Bless the Pace family. I was saddling when I heard the new of the Supt. & now Bishop Murphy J. Pace III going home to be with the lord. I remember he came to our church many of times along with the Paces sisters & the Voices of Power back in the day. Our church was then Grace Cathedral COGIC in Sumter, SC. Where Bishop (Supt.) Sammy C. Smith were the pastor. Then we have came to the church in ATL a few times. But now we are Grace Cathedral Christian Fellowship. INC. where Bishop & Apostle Sammy C. Sammy is the Founder & Prelate. We will be praying for the entire Pace family & along with the church family as well. God bless you . Jacob Gathers.

  8. We are praying for you and your family Ann and Ej of Chicago

  9. Our love and support goes out to the Pace Family. If there is anything that the 1st Ladies of Atlanta can do for the Pace Family, please do not hesitate to call on us. We know that love never fails. We love you.

    I remember ovr 20 years ago, the Pace Sisters and your brother, preached and sang at Big Miller Grove, Lithonia, GA, where the bishop is Dr. Miles E. Fowler, the old BMG, the church on the hill on Panola Road. For you blessed our souls. Continue to be ever so blessed in Jesus name.

  10. What good and kind person he was ,he will greatly missed . He was always kind .Bishop always move in the love .What a walk he had in the Lord.

  11. I was sorry to hear that Bishop has left this side but oh what a better place his wings has taken him. Let’s continue to do what the song suggest so we will not enter into temptation and let the enemy of our soul overthrow our goings….Pull down the STRONGHOLDS! May the peace of God continue to keep us and the Pace family at this time! Rejoice for our redeemer is drawing nearer and nearer!

  12. I am ashamed to just find out in October 2011, that Bishop Pace has made his transition. I met him at a church in 1985 Germany while he was doing a revival. Sean sang each night of the revival. Awesome!!!! I often watch those dvds of that revival. My goodness!!!!

  13. Ohhh! This is almost too much! I did not know that he had passed. I wondered why I had not heard from him. I became Facebook friends with him shortly after signing up for Facebook myself. I was hoping to hear more him from that point on. Now I know why I didn’t. There’ll never be another. His “Strongholds” project was one of the best created. He is and will be definitely missed!

  14. R I P Bishop Pace. Thank you for bringing nothing but the WORD under that Purple Tent on I75. May the GOD that we serve receive you with open arms upon your arrival HOME!!!!


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