Church Notes Week of 6-13-2012
Ebenezer Assembly of Christ will host the Concert Voices of Praise on Saturday (6/16/12) at 5 p.m.
Fresh Wind Ministry will have their regular service with Pastor Brad A. Pratt bringing forth the word of God. The service starts at 4 p.m. The congregation will be in their new location at7035 Lexington Avenue. For more information call (216) 659-3675.
Euclid Avenue Congregational Church UCC, under the leadership of Pastor Rev. Courtney Clayton Jenkins is holding their regular Sunday worship services, atFirstUnitedMethodistChurch,3000 Euclid Avenue andEast 30th Street. Service starts at 10 a.m.
Mt. Vernon Avenue A.M.E. Church will have a celebration service commemorating the church’s anniversary of 125 glorious years. Celebrating the journey will culminate on “Unity Sunday,” June 17, 2012, at Mt. Vernon Avenue A.M.E. Church, 1127 Mt. Vernon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. The Reverend Dr. Clement W. Fugh will be the esteemed guest speaker during the 10:45 a.m. morning worship service.
St. James A.M.E. Church and the Combined Choirs present the 10th Annual Excellence in the Arts Recital, Sunday (6/17/2012) at 5 p.m. with Dr. A. Grace Lee Mims, music coordinator, featuring Chandra Turner, Kenneth Pickard and Frederick Taylor. These students who have been trained at the Cleveland Music School Settlement will offer a varied program including Negro Spirituals. Dr. H. Leslie Adam is the guest artist for this special event.
Damascus Missionary Baptist Church will have their annual Men’s Day program Sunday (6/24/3012) at 11 a.m. with Deacon William Harris ofSecondMt.CarmelBaptistChurch. For more information call (770) 713-7883.
Holy Trinity Baptist Church will celebrate the seventh anniversary of Pastor Chelton Flanagan Sunday (6/24/2012) at 10 a.m. service with guest speaker Pastor Jeff Jones ofFirstBaptistChurch inWillard,Ohio.
Pastor Jawanza Colvin and The Keepers of Faith, Hope and Heritage Ministry of theOlivetInstitutionalBaptistChurch is traveling toTurkey on the Journeys of the Apostle Paul, July 23, 2012 through August 4, 2012. This sacred destination pilgrimage will begin inAntioch at the site of the first Christian church and continue throughEphesus and the cities ofAsia Minor where Paul preached the gospel to the Gentiles.Tarsus,Laodicea, Thyatira,Troy andIstanbul are just a few of the cities they will visit on their journey. Detailed below are some highlights of the scheduled activities:
AntakyaArcheologicalMuseumatAntiochwhere Paul was commissioned by the first church:
• The Grotto of St. Peter, one of the earliest Christian houses of worship
• Tarsus, the hometown of the Apostle Paul and learning center of the ancient world
• Second Century paved city street along with a colonnaded podium and remains of Roman theater near where Paul and Barnabas fled to Derbe (2 Timothy 3:11)
• Antiochof Pisidi, the Roman colony where Paul preached on his first journey
• Ephesus, the well preserved ancient city ofChristiansignificance and focus of one epistle
• From the home ofLydia, maker of purple cloth, to the capital city ofPergamum
• Alexander Troas, the harbor where Paul sailed toPhilippi
• Istanbul,Turkey, capital of the ancientEastern Roman Empireand home of St. Sophia Christian.
Time is of the essence. So don’t miss the opportunity to witness the wonders of this sacred destination with the Olivet Institutional Baptist Church family and Pastor Jawanza Colvin. For further details, please contact the church office at (216) 721-3585.
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