Tuesday, September 10, 2019 7:00 – 8:30 PM
The Washington Times Building, 3600 New York Ave, NE, Washington, DC
– 3rd Floor – free parking – Coffee and light refreshments will be provided –
There is no cost, but all attendees are required to RSVP to the person who invited them.
Fr. Bayo Adrien is a native born of the Republic of Cameroon, in West Central Africa. Fr. Bayo Adrien, felt the calling of God-Heavenly Parent at age six; he began with the ministry of music at age nine; playing the drums in his family founded church, Holy Trinity House of Prayer, Port Harcourt Nigeria, West Africa, where he starting preaching at age 13, as a youth minister. Father Bayo is one of six siblings born to Mme Pauline Nanyongo Liote, his mother, whom he credits for his spiritual foundation and world view about in Christ like parental love relationships.
Father Bayo Adrien, came to America in August of 1985 to Bowie State College, where he did his undergraduate studies in ‘information management systems’. In 2000 he graduated from Washington Saturday Bible College Howard university campus, with a Masters in Religious Education and a Doctorate in Religious Studies. Dr. Bayo Adrien, received an honorary Doctor of Divinity from Higher Learning Bible Institute and Seminary International, Richmond, VA in 2014.
Fr. Bayo Adrien, currently serves as the community Pastor for the Greater Richmond Blessed Families of central Virginia. Fr. Bayo Adrien, joined the FFWPU in Washington, DC as an ordained clergy in 2001. He has served as District one (comprising of MD, DC, VA and NC) Clergy outreach director, ACLC District Executive Liaison, Pastor for Ministry Development, Local Washington DC Pastor, IIFWP founding Ambassador for Peace, UPF coordinator Richmond, VA. Fr. Bayo Adrien, was blessed in marriage in 2002 as part of the 144,000 interfaith clergy blessing, to Missionary Ayano Ishii, from Japan.
Fr. Bayo Adrien, as also served as Family Federation District one representative, nationally and internationally. Dr. Adrien, was ordained by Patriarch and Archbishop George Augustus Stallings Jr., as an AACC – African American Catholic Congregation Priest in July of 2002, he is a CME – Christian Methodist Episcopal Church USA commissioned preacher and ordained Baptist Deacon with Cooperative Baptist, Westover Baptist Church Richmond, VA.
Dr. Bayo Adrien, currently serves Imani Temple as the National AACC Membership Evangelization and community outreach director, he is the co-founder with his wife Mrs. Ayano Ishii Adrien, of Imani International Family Center Healthy Relationship Institute. He has served on the board of directors of Unique Senior Care, Inc. VA. and is a youth soccer coach and drummer; founder and executive director of “Drums Not Drugs” and “IFC Soccer 4 Peace Ministry” an after school and summer program initiative since 1998 and 2010 respectively.
His Favorite Motto, “I must become the love that I preach”
Please let Laurence Baer know if you have any confirmed guests by emailing LHBaer@comcast.net
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