Gospel legend Andraé Crouch will join Apostle Ronald and First Lady Osie Hill for the 32nd Anniversary of Love and Unity Christian Fellowship.
The celebration is set for Sunday, November 10, in the sanctuary located at 1840 South Wilmington Avenue in Compton. The public is invited to the worship services at 8 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Apostle and Lady Hill founded Love and Unity with only five members. The church now ministers to a congregation exceeding 3500 people.
Pastor Hill, the first African-American staff Chaplin to work for the Union Rescue Mission, was consecrated as an Apostle in December 2010. Also, he is the overseer of Kingdom Harvest Christian Alliance and hosts ‘Food for Your Soul with Apostle Ronald C. Hill’ broadcast on TBN’s The Church Channel.
Crouch, a prolific writer, musician, and arranger, has composed over 1700 songs resulting in eight Grammy awards, six Dove Awards and an Oscar nomination. His composition, “The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power,” has become one of most recorded works and a standard among church choirs around the world.
Other popular hits by Crouch are “Let The Church Say Amen,” “Through It All,” “Soon and Very Soon,” “Bless His Holy Name,” and “My Tribute.” Crouch and his twin sister, Sandra, serve as co-pastors of Christ Memorial Church of God in Christ in Pacoima.
For information on Love and Unity’s anniversary activities, call (310) 604-5900 or visit loveandunity.org.