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Bertie Benbow Archer

8 January, 192611 January, 2021
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Bertie Benbow Archer was born on January 8, 1926 in Manning, South Carolina and passed away on January 11, 2021 in Temple Hills, Maryland and is under the care of Fort Lincoln Funeral Home.

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Alberdia Sutton

January 26, 2021

Mother Archer was a mother of Zion. Always smiling and encouraging me with words of wisdom. She always prayed for my family. When I would take my offering down, I made sure I would greet her before I returned to my seat at the Tabernacle Of Prayer. Sometimes we would walk from the church to the train station, and before we departed, she would say to me “keep the faith and trust God.” She is now in the presence of God, giving him glory.

Min. Renea Sims

January 26, 2021


Mother Archer a beautiful sweet Mother in Zion. A woman of God with wisdom and strength.
A faithful soldier in the army of the Lord, She was a pleasure to talk to.

I knew Mother Archer from the Tabernacle of Prayer for all People in Jamaica Queens New York.
The late Apostle Johnny Washington, founder, Bishop Ronny Davis, Pastor.

Her best friend was the late Mother Wilder. They loved to travel to the Tabernacle Church Conventions together. Mother Archer will be truly missed and never forgotten.

Judith Woodard

January 26, 2021

I praise and bless God for having had the honor and pleasure of meeting Mother Archer. I met Mother as the very dear friend of my Brother-in-Law, Pastor Cornelius Wilder's mother, Mother Della Wilder at Jamaica Tabernacle. Mother Archer was such a beautiful woman of God who blessed me every time I was in her company. So delicate and beautiful in the Lord... The Mothers of Zion will always hold such a special place of honor and respect in my walk with Christ and Mother Archer is in that honored company. Her smile and the anointing of God upon her life will continue to encourage and "...teach the young women...that the word of God be not blasphemed." My deepest condolences, love and honor for a life well lived. The peace of God upon you all.🙏🏽