Pastor Fred Price

First Ladies Health Day Marks Another Successful Event

Thirty churches in the Los Angeles area participated in the 6th Annual Walgreens-sponsored First Ladies Health Day on March 26. During the event, free health tests and medical screenings were provided for the entire family to address preventative illnesses, which disproportionately affect African Americans and Hispanics. Medical healthcare partners from Walgreens and more than 50 health organizations provided medical advice and counseling, as well as screenings for hypertension, HIV/AIDS, glucose, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity and certain forms of cancer. In addition, participating churches received Certificates of Special Recognition from Congresswomen Maxine Waters and Karen Bass. The First Ladies Health Initiative (FLHI)

CCC Reschedules Christmas and New Year’s Services

The Rev. Fred Price, pastor of Crenshaw Christian Center (CCC) made the following announcement regarding the date and time change for Christmas and New Year’s Day worship services. “In celebration of Jesus’ birth, Sunday services will not be held on December 25, 2016 nor January 1, 2017 at Crenshaw Christian Center.  Instead, services will be held on Saturday, December 24 at 6 p.m. and Saturday, December 31, at 9:30 p.m.,” said Pastor Price.  He added that since Family Day will be observed, no Nursery nor Children’s services will be available. CCC is located at 7901 S. Vermont Ave., in Los

Crenshaw Christian Center Builds Community Resilience with Preparedness Efforts

As September is National Preparedness Month, Crenshaw Christian Center (CCC) executed a series of life-saving activities to equip congregants, local residents and businesses with information and resources for their personal and family wellbeing. Preparedness experts advise having a plan of action in the event of a natural disaster since emergency first responders will not be able to reach every household in a timely manner. Efforts began with a Seniors Fellowship on Sept. 8 where Dr. Anat Louis of the L.A. City Department of Aging and Osas Otasowie of the American Red Cross shared actionable tips tailored specifically for seniors. All