ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Bryce Jones, 37 years old, born on October 13, 1985, and passed away on December 31, 2022. We will remember him forever.
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January 27
Today I learned of the transition of Rev Bryce. I met Bryce when I was elected President of the NIH Chapter of Black In Government. He volunteered and represented the chapter as the servicing Chaplain.
Well young man you’ve completed your assignment her on earth and earned your wings. I’m sure you’re advocating for some lost souls you tried to rescue and steer towards salvation and now you can speak directly to God on their behalf.
You will be missed yet I know you will be watching over us.
Honorable Atkins - Blacks In Government
January 12
January 12
Kevin Kruse once said, "Life is about making an impact." In this statement, Kruse was saying that life's success is measured by the way we influence the lives of others. If we use this as the yardstick for life success, Pastor Bryce A. Jones did MORE than measure up. Pastor Bryce Jones is a man I will always be proud to tell the world was my cousin. My earliest memories of Bryce were in his carrier, traveling with Aunt Ruth and Aunt Naomi (his grandmother) to visit my grandmother whom he referred to as Aunt Patsy. Aunt Naomi and my grandmother frequently swapped stories of what they referred to as "the GRAND Adventures," as he and I both held the titles of first child and first grandchild. 

One of my favorite memories of my cousin is when our cousin, Esha, graduated from Harvard University. We flew out of Dulles Airport from Washington, DC, to Boston, Massachusetts. Being that it was my first time flying, Bryce knew I was nervous. He had a seemingly interminable supply of funny jokes that kept me laughing hysterically and at times forgetting that I was so high up in the air.  His presence was a present to the world, and he will forever be sorely missed yet fondly remembered.



January 9
January 9
Published in the BMHA Newsletter....
We are saddened by the passing of Pastor Bryce Andrew Jones, BMHA Resident Pastor, Activist, Advocate, Agitator, and Friend. Bryce was instrumental in providing the framework for BMHA’’s Faith Leaders Round Table. He was a contributor to BMHA’s newsletter, podcast and served on several panels leading spirited discussions about racism, mental health, and the role of the Black Church. Bryce prayed with us, cried with us and supported us in the dark days of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and the everyday trauma occurring in our fair city of Baltimore. He was a voice of reason, trusted ally, and confidante.

He had a heart for the underserved, the underdog, and all the other "unders" plaguing our communities. Bryce’s footprint will forever be embedded in our work and we hold tight to his zeal for life, commitment to our vision and mission, and his unwavering faith in the power of the Word. His was a life well lived. He answered the call and because he did, our collective voice is amplified and our lives are better. We celebrate his life and continue the collective work in social justice and healing.

Young, Gifted, Black, Game Changer, Change Agent…. Pastor Bryce. We love you and will miss you.

Peace and Power

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January 27
Today I learned of the transition of Rev Bryce. I met Bryce when I was elected President of the NIH Chapter of Black In Government. He volunteered and represented the chapter as the servicing Chaplain.
Well young man you’ve completed your assignment her on earth and earned your wings. I’m sure you’re advocating for some lost souls you tried to rescue and steer towards salvation and now you can speak directly to God on their behalf.
You will be missed yet I know you will be watching over us.
Honorable Atkins - Blacks In Government
January 12
January 12
Kevin Kruse once said, "Life is about making an impact." In this statement, Kruse was saying that life's success is measured by the way we influence the lives of others. If we use this as the yardstick for life success, Pastor Bryce A. Jones did MORE than measure up. Pastor Bryce Jones is a man I will always be proud to tell the world was my cousin. My earliest memories of Bryce were in his carrier, traveling with Aunt Ruth and Aunt Naomi (his grandmother) to visit my grandmother whom he referred to as Aunt Patsy. Aunt Naomi and my grandmother frequently swapped stories of what they referred to as "the GRAND Adventures," as he and I both held the titles of first child and first grandchild. 

One of my favorite memories of my cousin is when our cousin, Esha, graduated from Harvard University. We flew out of Dulles Airport from Washington, DC, to Boston, Massachusetts. Being that it was my first time flying, Bryce knew I was nervous. He had a seemingly interminable supply of funny jokes that kept me laughing hysterically and at times forgetting that I was so high up in the air.  His presence was a present to the world, and he will forever be sorely missed yet fondly remembered.



January 9
January 9
Published in the BMHA Newsletter....
We are saddened by the passing of Pastor Bryce Andrew Jones, BMHA Resident Pastor, Activist, Advocate, Agitator, and Friend. Bryce was instrumental in providing the framework for BMHA’’s Faith Leaders Round Table. He was a contributor to BMHA’s newsletter, podcast and served on several panels leading spirited discussions about racism, mental health, and the role of the Black Church. Bryce prayed with us, cried with us and supported us in the dark days of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and the everyday trauma occurring in our fair city of Baltimore. He was a voice of reason, trusted ally, and confidante.

He had a heart for the underserved, the underdog, and all the other "unders" plaguing our communities. Bryce’s footprint will forever be embedded in our work and we hold tight to his zeal for life, commitment to our vision and mission, and his unwavering faith in the power of the Word. His was a life well lived. He answered the call and because he did, our collective voice is amplified and our lives are better. We celebrate his life and continue the collective work in social justice and healing.

Young, Gifted, Black, Game Changer, Change Agent…. Pastor Bryce. We love you and will miss you.

Peace and Power
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