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GFCC's 2022 Graduates

Submitted by admin on 17 July 2022

Congratulations to this year's graduates and to those being promoted within or recognized by our education and community outreach ministries! 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾     

GFCC Ministries Promotions/Graduates

Audio Video Ministry

Nyosha Homicil (2022) and Kendall Scott (2021)

Board of Christian Education 

Promoted from Junior Church to JYC – Nathan Barrack-Anidi

The Board of Christian Education would like to recognize the following graduates for their leadership as participants in our MLK Breakfast Celebrations.  These students stepped forward to present their views and ideas relating to the work done by Dr. King, based on their research, experiences, and observations as to what they see happening in our society.  Our hope is that they will continue to observe, use their voices, gifts, talents and resources to make contributions that will move Dr. King's dream forward and closer to a reality.

  • Christina Blake
  • Jabrail Clark
  • Jacob Crutchfield-Jones
  • Nyosha Homicil
  • David Lackard

Usher Ministry

Kiana Alford, Syenne Charles and Jacob Cruthchfield-Jones

Grades K-8

Jaxon Worthen, was rewarded A CERTIFICATE COMPLETION From BROPHY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. He will be attending FULLER MIDDLE SCHOOL next School Term in Framingham.

High School

Kiana Alford                                
JD Anoh
Milca Auguste
Syenne Charles                                          
Aimee Coleman                         
Leah Ellis                                         
Nyosha Homicil                         
Jacob Crutchfield-Jones
Jordan Herring Kasongo       
Sanaah Pierre-Pierre
Kavaun Smith
Luc Vervil
Ethan Yawe


GFCC's high school graduates



Men's Christian Fellowship's Scholarship recipients


Theodore Accam
Elizabeth Allen
Christina Blake
Jabrail Anthony Clark
Norma Hairston
Cameron Haugabrook
Dominique Marshall
Jordan Miller
Kym Hassan Pattnett
Marcia Sharpe
Ethan Smith

Making History

Donald R. Heard received an Honorary Degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston. This was presented in recognition that he graduated as one of 3 African American men in Electrical Engineering 50 years ago in 1971. Having achieved this milestone, Donald was inducted into the Wentworth Black and Gold Society which was established in 1992 and is composed of alumni from the classes of 1917-1972. 

GFCC's college graduates

Graduate School

Lincoln Dunn
Brandis Haugabrook
David Lackard
Minister Beverly Thompson
Yasmin Willis

GFCC's grad school graduates


post photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash