March is Women’s History Month – A Salute to Champions of Faith
In recognition of Women’s History Month, the L.A. Sentinel Religion section will highlight some of the female “Champions of Faith” in the Los Angeles area. ... read more »
In 1925, St. Paul Lutheran Church was established to minister to African Americans in Los Angeles. Nearly 100 years later, the fellowship continues to thrive as a beacon of light in the West Adams District. ... read more »
Letisa Y. Vereen, national president of the National Association of University Women (NAUW), has appointed Dr. Kathye D. Jenkins as the organization’s new national chaplain.
Jenkins is the founder of the Cynthia Perry Ray Foundation and the Gardena Valley and Vicinity Ministers’ Wives and Ministers’ Widows Sisterhood Connection. ... read more »
Hollypark United Methodist Church hosted the Dozier Singers Family & Friends (DSF) Black History concert on Feb. 16. During the program, DSF held a moment of silence to remember Kobe Bryant, ... read more »
Paul E. R. Kidd, Jr.
Paul Edward Ramson Kidd Jr. ruled the gospel music airwaves for more than 50 years. Based in Los Angeles, his show aired locally as well as on the Armed Forces Radio Network (AFRN), ... read more »
South L.A. native gains national following from his creative paintings
The solo exhibition of nationally celebrated artist John Maull, Jr., a South L.A. native continues to garner praise and national attention. ... read more »