Archbishop Harris E. Clark

Bishop Harris Clark is a native of Anderson, South Carolina. He is the son of Mrs. Celeste Clark and has three older siblings. He was saved during his teenage years with the strong influence of his family, and the Pentecostal Holiness church.

Bishop Clark was educated in the public schools of Anderson and graduated from McDuffie High school in 1971. He furthered his education at Tri-County Technical College majoring in Criminal Justice. He also pursued paralegal training at Indiana University.

Bishop Clark's love of Jesus and his study of the word led him to Living Water Bible College. He later received his doctoral degree in Theology from the North Carolina College of Theology, where he currently sits on the Board of Directors.

In 1971 Bishop Clark began a military career. He attained the rank of Sergeant First Class and was a celebrated recruiter for the Army National Guard. While in the military, Bishop Clark continued his quest to please his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and was ordained as a Deacon in 1985.

He has served the Lord in many capabilities; a musician; a Bible Study Teacher; and SundaySchool Teacher. He was licensed as a minister of the Gospel in December of 1994. In April of 1995 he was ordained and became the pastor of Holly Creek Baptist Church in Starr, SC. He retired from the military in 1999.

In 1997 Bishop Clark led his church into the Full Gospel Fellowship under the spiritual leadership of Bishop Paul S. Morton. In 1999 he was placed in the leadership position of District Overseer with that organization.

After serving in that position faithfully and being led of the Lord, Bishop Clark joined the Lord's Church Fellowship and Ministries International, Inc., where he was duly consecrated as Bishop in July 2002.

On June 2, 2006, Bishop Clark received Apostolic Succession from the International Communion of the Holy Christian Orthodox Church (ICHCOC).