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             Rev. Dr. Juanita Bryant-Dunn  is known as the "teacher of teachers" having taught some  of the greatest Religious Science teachers in her long and devoted career as Minister, Teacher and Spiritual Counselor.

[Rev. Dr. Juanita Bryant-Dunn made her transition on September 3, 2009]

In June of 2001, Rev. Juanita Bryant-Dunn was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by Dr. O. C. Smith, Founding Minister of the City of Angels Church of Religious Science in Los Angeles, California.  The keynote speaker at the ceremony honoring Dr. Dunn was the Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith of the Agape International Center of Truth.  Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith had the honor of being a long-time protégé of Dr. Dunn.  Although Dr. Dunn was a Senior Minister at Guidance Church of Religious Science, Dr. Daniel Morgan, Founding Minister, she taught extensively at Agape International Center of Truth, Founders' Church of Religious Science, and began teaching at City of Angels Church of Religious Science in October, 2001.  Rev. Dr. Henry Lee Bates was honored to be one of the students in her first Ministerial Class at City of Angels Church of Religious Science for the 2001/ 2002 Term.

Dr. Juanita Bryant-Dunn was honored at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, in April of 2002, at the Seventeenth Annual Martin  Luther King, Jr. College of Ministers and Laity.  This is an outstanding achievement for any minister but especially for a Religious Science Minister.  Dr. Juanita Bryant-Dunn's work had paved the way for her to be "Inducted Into The Martin Luther King, Jr. Board of Preachers."  This was a clear demonstration of faith, conviction and commitment to teaching the Truth.  God truly blessed Morehouse College, and the world, with Dr. Juanita Bryant-Dunn.

Dr. Juanita Bryant-Dunn giving Invocation for her 1st City of Angels
Church of Religious Science Ministerial Class Ordination, June 30, 2002.
The class included Rev. Dr. Henry Lee Bates.

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