Macedonia Baptist Church

Call 2 Worship – January 11

Pleasant Hill Baptist Church offers Christian Education Institute Classes on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m., at 2009 West Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Los Angeles, said Bishop Sylvester Washington, senior pastor.  The sessions include Introduction to Evangelism, Methods and Techniques of Evangelism, Group Counseling and Responding to False Doctrines. Call (323) 293-6448 for registration and information. Miracle Temple Church of God Pentecostal hosts Revival 2018 from Jan. 11 to Feb. 9, at 7 p.m., at 733 S. Grevillea Ave., in Inglewood, said Bishop Johnny J. Young, senior pastor. The revivalists include Elder Magellan Harris on Jan. 11, Bishop-elect Jonathan Young

People’s Independent Hosts MLK Interfaith Prayer Breakfast

In a salute to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., People’s Independent Church of Christ (PICC) will sponsor its 2017 MLK Interfaith Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, Jan. 14, at 10:30 a.m. The event, coordinated by PICC’s Social Action Commission, will be held on the church’s campus located at 5856 West Blvd., in Los Angeles. The theme is “Illuminating the Dream to Transform Communities.” Pastor Shane Scott of Macedonia Baptist Church will be the guest speaker. “Believers of all faiths are invited to join us as we commemorate the birthday and vision of Dr. King,” said Bishop Craig Worsham, senior

Macedonia Baptist Church Observes 108th Anniversary

A spirit of thankfulness surrounds Pastor Shane B. Scott and the members of Macedonia Baptist Church as they prepare to observe their 108th anniversary. The celebration will be held on Sunday, October 16, at 10 a.m., in the sanctuary located at 1751 E 114th St., in Los Angeles. “Our theme is ‘Great Is Thy Faithfulness – Macedonia Moving Forward’ with Lamentations 3:21023 as our scripture reference,” said Pastor Scott. “We invite greater Los Angeles to attend our worship service.” The Rev. Dr. Freddy J. Clark, pastor and founder of Shalom Church (City of Peace) in Florissant, Missouri, will be the

Wright-Riggins retires from American Baptist Home Mission Societies

Former pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church to be saluted at ‘Space for Grace’ Conference At the young age of 10-years-old, Aidsand F. Wright-Riggins III was licensed to preach the Gospel. Growing up in Compton, he had no idea of the great plans that God had for him. Over the next 55 years, Wright-Riggins made significant strides. He directed the Peace with Justice Ministries for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Los Angeles Chapter, for nine years. From 1984 to 1991, he served as pastor of the historic Macedonia Baptist Church in Watts. Through these positions, Wright-Riggins developed a wide reputation as