https://youtu.be/n0VP_O395hg President Trump Host Round Table Discussing with Inner City Pastors 8/1/18
Worship Wednesdays is a free class held every week. The class will teach you fundamental ways to get and stay in the presence of God. The Bible says that if we don't praise Him and worship Him the rocks will cry out. Prayer and worship are fundamental keys in this faith. This free class and powerful worship experience is offered each and every Wednesday as a seed to give back to the community. Come Worship this Wednesday at 7pm with Pastor Paula White, Wess Morgan, Bishop Kibby Otoo, and Kevin Levar.
Central State Homecoming 2013 Gospel Explosion concert featuring Karen Clark Sheard and the highly acclaimed Central State University Chorus When? Wednesday, October 09, 2013 7:00 PM - Wednesday, October 09, 2013 9:00 PM ET Where? Paul Robeson Cultural and Performing Arts Center Contact Information for questions please contact 937 376 6244 Other Information CSU student tickets are limited to 250 tickets- CSU Students are limited to one ticket purchase at the reduced price and must be purchased online. Any additional tickets will be for the full general admission price. Student tickets are $8.00 General Admission are $15.00
The Coalition of African American Pastors, USA also known as The Coalition for American Action and Progress (CAAP) is a grass-roots movement of Christians who believe in traditional family values such as supporting the role of religion in American public life, protecting the lives of the unborn, and defending the sacred institution of marriage.
“To GOD Be the Glory Outreach Ministries” Carter Metropolitan Christian Methodist Episcopal Church has been a beacon in the community for the more than 86 years serving the community with Christian education, spiritual enrichment, career planning, recreation, computer training, clothing, emergency food boxes, ex-offender community service, summer youth employment, senior in community service employment program, community resources, Toys for Tots, One Church One School, financial assistance, and Boys & Girl Scouts. We also are serving meals to the community twice a week, distributing food through a pantry of choice once a week and hosting The “Stork’s Nest” Mom and Baby Club monthly while we conduct community-training sessions on such topics as health and wellness including HIV prevent