Friday, November 24, 2017
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St. Phillip Plans Homecoming Day
November 8, 2017
St. Philip the Evangelist Episcopal Church will celebrate their 110th anniversary with Homecoming Day on Sunday, November 19, at 9:45 a.m., in the sanctuary at 2800 Stanford Ave., ... read more »
Rev. B.J. King Appears at Price Chapel AME Concert
November 8, 2017
For the 26th consecutive year, the Trustee Board of Price Chapel AME Church will present its Annual Singing Ministers Concert. The popular, spirit-filled event is set for Sunday, ... read more »
Trinity Baptist Concludes 100th Anniversary Celebration
November 8, 2017
After a yearlong celebration, Trinity Baptist Church plans to conclude their 100th anniversary observance with a gala banquet and closing worship service. According to Pastor Alvin Tunstill, ... read more »
Court Restores Assets and Programs to First AME Church
November 2, 2017
Appellate justices affirm lower court decision against former pastor ... read more »
Hardwick Wins $5.6 Million Lawsuit Against Transamerica Life Insurance 
November 2, 2017
Reminiscent of David versus Goliath, the Rev. Dr. J. Benjamin Hardwick took on the mammoth Transamerica Life Insurance Company and won.  ... read more »
Religion and homelessness intersect at USC Roundtable
November 1, 2017
  Religion and homelessness intersected on October 18 at a high-level roundtable hosted by the University of Southern California. More than 50 religious and civic leaders, ... read more »
L.A. Youth Invited to Join Urban Kids Fishing Derby
November 1, 2017
Los Angeles-area young people can learn all about the sport of fishing at the 2nd Annual Urban Kids Fishing Derby Los Angeles. The free event, hosted by Urban American Outdoors (UAOTV), ... read more »
Price Chapel AME Plans Home Buyers Workshop
November 1, 2017
Price Chapel AME Church plans a free Home Buyers Workshop to benefit L.A.-area families and community members. The event will be held on Nov. 4, from 10 a.m. ... read more »
Words of the Week – Don’t Break Character
November 1, 2017
Many television shows and films have often included blooper reels at the end of the showing where actors have sometimes broken character. The reasons for the break in character range from forgetting lines, ... read more »
Harris Urges Unity in ‘Dear America’
November 1, 2017
In a move to encourage unity, writer Billy Harris, Jr., penned “Dear America.” His goal is to counter hate, injustice and intolerance through his words. Considering the mood of the country, ... read more »
Pastor Turner Reaches Half-Century Mark at New Revelation Church
October 26, 2017
Pastor William Turner, Jr. has charted a record number of milestones during his long ministerial career. ... read more »
TOS Gospel Stage Draws Thousands with Powerful Praise
October 25, 2017
The spirit of the Lord descended with power on the Brenda Marsh-Mitchell Gospel Stage at the 12Hezekiahth Annual Taste of Soul Family Festival (TOS) on Oct. ... read more »
Lay Witness Night Highlights AME SoCal Conference
October 25, 2017
Bishop Clement W. Fugh, presiding prelate of the Fifth Episcopal District of the AME Church convened the Southern California Annual Conference (SCC) this week at the LAX Hilton Hotel, ... read more »
Dr. Betty Price Hosts 39th Annual Wisdom From Above Luncheon
October 25, 2017
Nearly 600 women attended the 39th annual Wisdom From Above Luncheon hosted by Dr. Betty Price (at left) of Crenshaw Christian Center at the Torrance Marriott on Oct. ... read more »
Brookins-Kirkland AME Shows Appreciation to Pastor Minor
October 25, 2017
Brookins–Kirkland Community AME Church saluted the spiritual and executive leadership of Pastor Mary S. Minor during an appreciation service on October 15. The theme was “Our Pastor Shows Love Still Works” based on I Corinthians 13:1-13. ... read more »

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