On This Day In Messianic Jewish History


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Rev. William E. “Bill” Currie, 72, of Highland, Ind., a former instructor at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and for 12 years pastor of Cicero Bible Church, died Monday, July 10, of heart failure in Munster Community Hospital in Munster, Ind., said his wife, Swantina “Swannee” Currie.

Rev. Currie was general director of American Messianic Fellowship International from 1975-89, and he remained a missionary for the organization for the past 10 years, making annual trips to Israel. Rev. Currie was born outside Windsor, Ontario, and was raised in Detroit. He joined the Navy in 1945 and served for 15 months, primarily sweeping mines in the Mediterranean. In 1949, he earned a history degree from Houghton College in New York, where he met his wife, a Chicago native, and was pastor of his first church, in Mt. Morris, N.Y., during his senior year.

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