Jeffrey Coprich

Faith Community Sees Many Memorable Moments in 2016

Several memorable activities occurred in Los Angeles’ faith community during 2016. The following lists some of the news reported in the Sentinel Religion section. Notable News February 2 – The U.S. Postal Service dedicated the Richard Allen stamp. Known by many as the founder and first bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, Allen was also a successful businessman, civic leader and social activist as well as a preacher. This year is the 200th anniversary of his founding of the AME Church. LL Cool J, Dr. Kenneth C. Ulmer, Verdine White and Israel Consul General David Siegel attend the The

Founder Jeffrey Coprich to Retire as L.A. Inner-City Choir Director

After more than two decades as director of the renowned L.A. Inner-City Mass Choir (LAICMC), founder Jeffrey Coprich is retiring. To salute his legacy, a retirement celebration will be held in conjunction with LAICMC’s 26th Annual Concert on Saturday, June 11, at 6 p.m., at People’s Independent Church of Christ, 5856 West Blvd., in Los Angeles. The event is free and open to the public. A number of gospel artists will join Bishop Craig A. Worsham, host pastor, in acknowledging Coprich’s career. The special guests include Nikki Potts, Markees Williams, Nysa Shenay, Sonya Griffin, Jamelle Jones and Freed, Cinque Cullar