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Sherman Hemsley (The Jeffersons) stars as Deacon Frye, head of the First Community Church of Philadelphia. He is trying to keep everything in his church under control. His new assistant, Rev. Reuben Gregory, however, has some very different ideas of how do things. To make things worse Thelma, the Deacon's daughter, has a crush on Gregory.

This series ran of NBC from 1986-1991. Reruns can be found on TV One.


Episode Info

Final: 5x22 -- Deliverance (2) (May/11/1991)



Cast
Sherman HemsleySherman Hemsley
As Deacon Ernest Frye
Clifton DavisClifton Davis
As Rev. Reuben Gregory
Anna Maria HorsfordAnna Maria Horsford
As Thelma Frye Gregory
Roz RyanRoz Ryan
As Sister Amelia Hetebrink
Barbara MontgomeryBarbara Montgomery
As Sister Casietta Hetebrink (S01-S04)
Jester HairstonJester Hairston
As Rolly Forbes
Rosetta LeNoireRosetta LeNoire
As Leola Forbes (S02-S03)
Elsa RavenElsa Raven
As Inga (S03-S04)
Tony T. JohnsonTony T. Johnson
As Chris (S03-S05)
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Crew

Creator: Ed Weinberger
Executive Producer: David Lloyd (1), Ed Weinberger, Peter Noah, Arthur Julian, James R. Stein, Bob Illes
Main Title Theme: Andraé Crouch
Main Title Theme Written/performed: Vanessa Bell Armstrong

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Recurring Guests

Lynnie Godfrey as Jackie Dunn (4 eps)
Franklyn Seales as Lorenzo Hollingsworth (4 eps)
Jackée Harry as Roxanne Farley (3 eps)
William Hudson III as Rev. Johnny (3 eps)
Ron Glass as Jason Lockwood (2 eps)
James Avery as Arnie Samples (2 eps)
Nadia De Leye as Lynette (2 eps)
Richard Roundtree as Sergeant Burke (2 eps)
Craig Bierko as Bellman (2 eps)
Miguel Nunez, Jr. as Jerome (2 eps)

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Warning: Amen guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Saturdays
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 27, 1986
Ended: July 27, 1991
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