(July 15, 1880-Apr. 12, 1931). African American minister and a major leader in the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Garfield Thomas Haywood was born in Greencastle, Indiana. Haywood moved with his family to Indianapolis as a child, locating in theneighborhood. He was educated at School 52, attended , and worked as a cartoonist for both the and .
As a young man, Haywood was very active in religion, serving as Sunday school superintendent for theand churches. In 1907, Haywood attended a gathering of in Indianapolis and became part of that movement. Two years later, he founded the Christ Temple Apostolic Faith Assembly.
Haywood, who published numerous articles and tracts on behalf of his faith, rose to become presiding bishop of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World. On July 22, 1980, the City of Indianapolis named a stretch of Fall Creek Parkway, from Riverside Drive to Keystone Avenue, Bishop Garfield Haywood Memorial Way.