Bishop Clarence McClendon is an American gospel musician, pastor of Full Harvest International Church in Los Angeles, California, and director of Harvest Fire Mega Mass Choir.
Clarence McClendon was born (June 7, 1965) in Decatur, Illinois, and started preaching and at 15 years old. He assumed his first pastorate position at age nineteen.
He relocated to Los Angeles, California in 1991 to become pastor of West Adams Foursquare Church which he rebranded as Church Of The Harvest in 1995, and became a televangelist in 1997.
Clarence E. McClendon Ministries (CEMM) sponsors both weekly and monthly international television broadcasts: A Miracle for You and Your Time For Miracles with Bishop Clarence E. McClendon.
McClendon music career began when his album Shout Hallelujah was released on April 18, 2000 by Integrity Music. Shout Hallelujah placed at No. 9 on the Billboard Gospel Albumschart for 24 weeks. He is the conductor of Harvest Fire Mega Mass Choir.
McClendon was married to Tammera McClendon, but they divorced after 16 years of marriage. He is now married to Priscilla McClendon.