The resurrection of Christ will be observed throughout the week by the Miracles In Action Faith Center, International, located at 645 West Arbor Vitae Street in Inglewood.
The ministry, formerly known as Family Christian Cathedral, began its celebration on April 15, with powerful preaching by Elder Gerald Harris, senior administrative assistant and Holy Convocation Coordinator for the California Northwest Jurisdiction of the Church of God in Christ, Inc.
“We will continue our remembrance of Christ’s resurrection on Thursday, April 17, through Easter Resurrection Sunday, April 20,” said Dr. Jynona Norwood, senior pastor.
“You are welcome to join us. We are going to have a shouting, good time,” she added.
On Thursday at 7:45 p.m., Dr. Norwood will conduct Holy Communion and an Old Fashioned Foot Washing Prophetic Service. Congregants are asked to bring their own towels.
“The Last Seven Words of Christ will be presented on Friday, April 18, at 12 p.m, with preaching by seven anointed ministers. Also, we will serve a complimentary fish fry dinner and gospel rapper, Holy D, will perform,” said Dr. Norwood.
“HOLY- D has won numerous awards for his unique style of ministry. He has appeared with Vanessa Bell-Armstrong at the Gospel Comedy Jam and with Curtis Blow at the Holy Hip Hop Church in Los Angeles.”
The Easter Resurrection Worship starts at 11:45 a.m., on April 20. Dr. Barbara Reynolds will bring the message. Dr. Reynolds is a founding editor of USA Today, a Washington Post columnist, and an award- winning journalist. She has appeared on the ‘Oprah Winfrey Show,’ ‘Politically Incorrect,’ and ‘CNN and Co.’ Also, she was recently inducted into the Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Board of Preachers.
In addition, Dr. Norwood will share free photos depicting the miracle that occurred at her church.
“Three weeks before Easter 2007, the revealed manifestation of Jesus appeared in our sanctuary. CBS, Geraldo, NBC, FOX, LA Sentinel and other media outlets reported this phenomenon,” recalled Pastor Norwood, who is a teacher, prophet, humanitarian and spokesperson for children lost to violence. She has also been honored in ‘Who's Who in Black Los Angeles’ for three consecutive years.
“Dignitaries, civil rights leaders, celebrities, their families and the community pilgrimaged to the church to witness this great sight.”
Dr. Norwood is a broadcaster as well. Her program appears on the Word Network on Mondays at 10 p.m., and on KTYM 1460 AM on Monday through Friday at 3:45 p.m.
For more information, call (855) 772-9748 or visit ProphecywithDrNorwood.com.