Donald E. Haymon Sr.
Apostolic Ministers Fellowship
1937 ~ Present
Reverend Donald E. Haymon was born on January 1, 1937, in Provencal, Louisiana (Natchitoches Parrish). Donald grew up in a preacher's home. His father was the last state chairman of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Jesus Christ, before it merged with the Pentecostal Church Incorporated in 1945, which resulted in the formation of the United Pentecostal Church.
In December of 1947, Donald was baptized in Jesus' Name, and received the infilling of the Holy Ghost. He began peaching in 1956 at the age of 19, and in that same year, he founded Calvary Apostolic Church in Denver, Colorado. On August 2, 1961 he was united in Holy Marimony to Janice Burton of Tulsa, Oklahoma. To this union was born five children.
As a member of the Apostolic Ministers Fellowship Inc., Elder Haymon served as a Director on the Missionary Board for 20 years (1968-1988). In 2006, Elder Haymon passed a unique milestone in his ministry by celebrating 50 years as the Establishmentarian and pastor of the Calvary Apostolic Church in Denver. His vision has constantly been on evangelism, and winning souls for Christ. Elder Haymon has spent his life and ministry preaching and defending the "Apostolic" message of holiness, baptism in Jesus' name and the infilling of the Holy Ghost. Calvary Apostolic stands as an example of what this outstanding man of God represents. He has had great influence upon the "Oneness" Pentecostal movement, and has continued to be an example of integrity and godliness. The legacy of Elder Donald E. Haymon will reveal the strength and passion that is his to see Christ revealed in His church. Audio Recordings of Elder Donald Haymon are available in the audio library of the Apostolic Archives International.