Clay Evans “Pastor” Bio, Age, DEATH, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Church, Songs

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Clay Evans Biography

Born in Brownsville, Tennessee, on June 23, 1925, Clay Evans passed away on November 27, 2019.

Clay Evans Photo

He was a well known African American Baptist pastor, civil rights activist and founder of the influential Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago, Illinois famous for its gospel music infused Sunday service and choir.

Clay Evans Age

Clay Evans died at the 94 years, born on 23 June 1925 in Brownsville, Tennessee, United States.

Clay Evans Death | Cause of Death

Clay Evans died on November 27, 2019, little is known about the cause of death of the legendary pastor and gospel minister.

Clay Evans Photo

Clay Evans Wife and Children

Evans was married to his wife Lutha Mae Hollingshed from October 15, 1946, until his death on November 27, 2019. The couple were happily living together until death separated them. They had six children, seven grandchildren, and two great grandchildren.

Clay Evans Net Worth

Evans had an approximated net worth of between $100K- $1 million. His successful career as a gospel minister and pastor was the primary source of his income.

Clay Evans Church

Evans led his church, Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago until December 8, 2000, when Charles Jenkins succeeded him as senior pastor.

Clay Evans Songs

  • Hallelujah Anyhow
  • I’m Going Through
  • Wonderful Savior
  • Oh The Blood Of Jesus
  • I’ve Got a Testimony
  • Room at the Cross
  • All Night All Day
  • Walking up the King’s Highway
  • Save A Seat For Me
  • What A Fellowship
  • I’m Blessed
  • Lord, Make Me Right
  • All My Help
  • Something About God’s Grace
  • Everything Will Be Alright
  • Blessed Quietness
  • Room At The Cross/At The Cross
  • The Lord Will Make a Way
  • Bring It To Jesus
  • It’s Me Again
  • Wine Is Running Out
  • God Said He Would Heal The Land
  • Thank You Lord
  • He’s My Everything
  • He’s a Battle Axe
  • Come And Go To That Land
  • Bringing in the Sheaves
  • I’m Saved
  • Use Me Lord
  • He’s In The Blessing Business
  • I’m Yours Lord
  • I’ve Got Power

Evans’ Awards

He received a nomination for the Best Gospel Album at the 1997 Soul Train Music Awards.

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