IN CELEBRATION & THANKSGIVING FOR THE LIFE OFREV. "PETER" CLYDE AUBREY JENNINGS
OCTOBER 11, 1933 – AUGUST 10, 2021
“Earthly loss is heavenly gain, So in a nobler sweeter tongue I am shouting hallelujahs without end while I pass through the air. Bidding earth and sweet hour of prayer, Farewell, Farewell”
– Excerpt “Daddy’s Farewell Psalm of Life” Written by Lois & Grace (Daughters) August 23, 2021
May God continue to comfort you and give you His peace. Rest in peace Reverend Clyde Jennings,
Rev Clyde A Jennings a life well lived and will continue to live on in his loyal and faithful children. May his beauty, kindness and brilliance be seen at all times in his grandchildren.
Please accept my condolences as you grieve the loss of a special Man of God who was larger than life. Thank you Rev Stephen for the privilege of knowing your parents and in particular your Father. Today
I have learnt so much from his life and ministry which I know will surely influence mine. God bless you. I continue to lift you all in prayer.
Sincere condolences to Lois and the family. May you all find peace and resolve in the pleasant memories.
Condolences to the Jennings’s family and the wider Mona Baptist church family. May his soul SIP. The St Andrew Central Police family shared in your loss as we continue to pray your strength.
Thank God for the life and ministry of Rev. C. A. Jennings. “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on…. they will rest from their labor, for their deeds will follow them” (Rev. 14:13). May his siblings, his children and other relatives be comforted by those precious memories of a life well lived. Such an inspiration for us all!
May God continue to strengthen and comfort his family and bring peace when Pastor Jennings is missed physically
Thank God for a life well lived. One committed to the service of his Father, God. May all his descendants glory in the heritage that is theres. May they and us be better persons as we walk in the footsteps of the late Rev. Clyde Aubrey ‘Peter’ Jennings.
REST IN PEACE, BROTHER.
Yes , he lived a life of service and his legacy will be celebrated and live on for a very long time if not forever. He gave of his best and is now off to reap his rewards. His passing marks the end of an era in the life of Frankfield and the various communities in which he served. His life and legacy must be celebrated with pride. Weep if we must but in the midst let’s be grateful that we were able to spend some time in the company of the great man of God. Those of us who knew him and knows how hard it is to be perfect in an imperfect world, where everyone is looking for perfection and reason to doubt can attest to his commitment courage and strength of character. He will be surely missed