Pastor Johnnie Colemon, Founder of The New Thought Megachurch Christ Universal Temple, Dies!


The Rev. Johnnie Colemon, influential founder and minister of Christ Universal Temple and a proponent of positive mental attitude, died Tuesday evening. The former Chicago schoolteacher started the New Thought megachurch in 1956 and did not retire for half a century, presiding over its growth from a third floor at 6156 S. Cottage Grove to a multi-acre complex at 119th and Ashland, which includes two institutions of learning and a large banquet and meeting facility. She also founded the Universal Foundation for Better Living, an association of New Thought churches.


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  1. Praying for family!

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  2. Saying a sad farewell to Rev. Johnnie Coleman, my friend and my pastor in Chicago before I moved to Atlanta. She has gone to be with The Lord she served so faithfully. Rest In Peace, Johnnie!

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  3. I Remember her sorry to hear of the loss

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  4. Chicago has lost another great one. may her soul rest in peace.

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  5. She was a tremendous voice and gateway for forward thinking.

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  6. Wow thanks for sharing this.

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