Second Assistant Presiding Bishop

Dan Hayes

His Grace, Bishop Dan G. Hayes completed his undergraduate education at the University of Massachusetts/Boston where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services. He received a Master of Divinity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary of Boston Massachusetts. He also attended Simmons College School of Social Work receiving a Master of Social Work degree. He is presently employed as a Licensed Certified Social Worker with the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families where he is a supervisor. He is married to one wife First Lady Jacintha Hayes. He accepted the Lord’s call on his life in 1990. In 1998 Bishop Smith appointed him to the Holy Tabernacle Church Deacon Board. In 2000 he was ordained as a Deacon of Holy Tabernacle Church of God in Christ Apostolic. He was appointed to the Ministerial staff in 2001. In January 2004, he was ordained to the office of Reverend. In January 2007, by God’s grace, he was again elevated to the office of Elder. After 21 years of faithful service Bishop Hayes was led by the Lord to begin Zion Tabernacle Church where he serves as the Senior Pastor. He received an appointment with the All About Christ Network as an Executive Board Member and Jurisdictional Bishop and subsequently consecrated to the office of Bishop by Presiding Prelate Bishop Robert F. Durgan in November 2011. In 2013, by the grace of God, Bishop Hayes met Presiding Prelate Bishop Terrance Taylor and joined the Redeemed Pentecostal Fellowship of Deliverance Churches. After much prayer Bishop Terence Taylor appointed Bishop Hayes to the offices of 3rd Presider and Bishop of Administration for the Redeemed Pentecostal Fellowship of Deliverance Churches.
He believes that God has gifted him in the area of ministering to men through healing, restoration and reconciliation. And in so doing cause them to hear the voice of God saying, “Behold my son in whom I am well pleased”.
Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering

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