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Robbins Memorial COGIC Celebrates Black History
By Cora Jackson-Fossett (Religion Editor)
Published February 16, 2012

Supt. Emanuel and Evangelist Pauline Collins
Supt. Emanuel and Evangelist Pauline Collins

 

Robbins Memorial Church of God In Christ will host its Annual Black History Extravaganza on Sunday, February 26, at 3868 West 54th Street in Los Angeles.

Superintendent Emanuel L. Collins is the pastor and Evangelist Pauline Collins is the first lady.

“This event is free of charge. Morning Service begins at 11 a.m., and afterwards, you can enjoy free food and shopping for the entire family,” said Supt. Collins.

“At 1:30 p.m., free dinner will be served and a variety of local businesses will also have merchandise available for purchase. Then, we invite everyone to attend our Black History Service at 3:30 p.m. ”

The theme of the service is ‘Share Your Journey’ and featured will be the Mass Choir, the Praise Dance Ministry, the Youth Department, and a special Drama Presentation.

“Everyone is encouraged to come out with their families and friends. We look forward to having a wonderful time in the Lord. Call the church office at 323-298-9303 with questions,” added Supt. Collins.


 

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