Televangelist Frederick K.C. Price Dies From Covid
Friedrich Casey Price, who founded a megachurch and televisionism broadcast that made him a popular voice for black Christians, said Kovid-19, a family spokesman, Kovid-19 died of complications Friday evening. He was 89.
Mr. Price died at Torrance Memorial Medical Center near Los Angeles, spokesman Hawley Baird said.
“He fought a good fight of faith and held eternal life,” A. Statement His family posted on Facebook his son, Frederick. Posted by Price Jr.
In an instagram Post Earlier this week, the church stated that Mr Mr Price had been hospitalized with Kovid-19 and told his members that he was “facing the health challenges posed by Mr Kovid” to Mr Lung, Heart And pray for the complete reinstatement of the kidneys “. 19. “
Mr. Price founded the Creshaw Christian Center in Inglewood, California, in 1973, according to the church Website. At its inception, its membership has grown from 300 to over 28,000.
In addition to services in the Fathdome, a 10,000-seater building, Mr. Price began his services locally in 1978, after raising the church’s missionary outreach branch, Ishtar, to “receive instruction from God.” . Church website. Mr. Price began broadcasting his services on radio years ago, and expanded TV broadcasting “in an effort to reach Black America”.
After the broadcast program found an audience in New York – its second largest market behind Los Angeles – Mr. Price fulfilled “a vision for many years to establish a church in Manhattan,” according to Church Website. He served the first service at Crenshaw Christian Center New York in May 2001.
Mr. Price stepped down as pastor of the church in 2009, and handed over the reins to Mr. Mr. Price.
He is survived by his wife, Betty, and his four children, 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.