The Community Lenten Caravan (CLC) continues to convene hybrid worship services in greater Los Angeles on each Wednesday, at 7 p.m., leading up to Resurrection Sunday, April 9.
According to the Rev. Dr. Kelvin T. Calloway, CLC organizer, the virtual and in-person services are hosted by seven AME churches and held to provide spiritual renewal for believers and raise funds to assist two local nonprofits.
Ward AME Church will host the service on March 22, in the edifice at 1177 W. 25th Street in Los Angeles. The Rev. Dr. Barry Settle is the host pastor and the Rev. Darryl E. Walker, pastor of New Philadelphia AME Church, will bring the message.
On March 29, the service takes place at New Philadelphia AME Church, 6300 Orange Avenue in Long Beach. The Rev. Dr. Larry E. Campbell, pastor of First AME Church in Pasadena, will deliver the sermon.
The final CLC service on April 5, will be hosted by Bethel AME Church, but held at Bryant Temple AME Church, located at 2525 W. Vernon Avenue in Los Angeles. The Rev. Dr. Settle will preach the Word. Also. Two nonprofit organizations will be presented with a financial donation.
Other CLC churches are Bethel AME, Pastor Calloway; Brookins-Kirkland Community AME, Pastor Mary S. Minor; Bryant Temple AME, Pastor Dwaine Jackson; and Price Chapel AME, Pastor Jeffery Clark.