Rev. Clay Evans

Jun 23, 1925 – Nov 27, 2019 (Age 94)


June 23, 1925
November 27, 2019


The Rev. Clay Evans, legendary gospel singer, choirmaster and celebrated Baptist minister who became a fast ally to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in his effort to expose the slum conditions black Chicago residents endured, has died. He was 94.His Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church will host...

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I am sadden to learn of one of the greatest passing. My condolences are with you all.

I'm sad to learn of the passing of a legend
In the Gospel, I learned of Rev.Clay Evan's
from the song I'm blessed.... I lead it my church.
The lead verse, I've been blessed and I've
been kept by his goodness and mercy right
now I've got the victory,so before you start
to complain why dont you count your blessings
You will be amazed, thank God I'm blessed.
God Bless you family and church family.
Mr&Mrs Gerard Noles
Mesquite, Tx

Please accept my condolences. I thank God for this courageous, committed man of God. He ran his race, and I am counted among those with whom he poured into, although we never had the privilege to meet. I salute him, and pray God's blessing on his family, church, and friends. In Jesus name, amen. Min. Clifford Williams

What a mighty man of God and an extreme blessing to the body of Christ.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.


Rev. Clay Evans music helped me get through a rough spot in my life, when I was going through brain surgery. I will keep his music alive in my home. Prayer for the entire Clay family.

Condolences to the Evans family

May God bless your family, friends and members in this time of sorrow. May you rest in perfect peace! Heaven is smiling as the ship mourns the loss of its Captain.