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Pastor Shep Crawford
Church at the Park Returns to South L.A. After Two-year Absence
August 24, 2022
ECM Pastor Shep Crawford and Co-Pastor Dr. Shalonda "Sunshine" Crawford sat down with L.A. Sentinel to describe what it takes to keep the church going during an unprecedented time. ... read more »
USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture Helps Clergy Transition After Pandemic
August 3, 2022
Taking ministry to the next level, especially after the pandemic, could prove to be daunting, but the USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture shared a blueprint for clergy to succeed. ... read more »
Crawford, Muhammad and Price Preach Peace in South L.A.
June 16, 2021
As part of his campaign to spread peace and unity in South L.A., Pastor Shep Crawford invited former and current rival gang members to break bread together and the result was more successful than ever imagined. ... read more »
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Clergy Rally for Peace and Justice Before and After Chauvin Guilty Verdict
April 21, 2021
A day before the guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, four Los Angeles-area pastors united to lead a rally for peace and justice, not matter what the outcome. ... read more »
Pastor Shep and Gang Leaders Bring Awareness to the Peace Movement in L.A. Communities
August 27, 2020
Paul Williams, aka Lil Doc, was arrested by the Federal Government two days after ending a 45-year dispute between two tribes. Crawford said he does not know what to do because he is frustrated when they are trying to help cultivate and get the "O.G.'s" to start having peace movements it seems like the police arrest them. "Doc, who is a huge part of this movement which has in his way, has made sure these tribes come together and make sure they have peace, got picked up on some things that allegedly happened way back. I'm not here to talk about whether he is guilty or innocent. I'm here to talk about Paul Wallace that I know is passionate about what's been going on in these streets, and so are a lot of these leaders here. Who are we to tell them that whenever they crossover to do the right thing, they will be picked up over things that happened years ago. It would make them say I don't want to change." ... read more »
ECM Hosts Young African Americans and LAPD in One-on-One Conversations
June 17, 2020
“It’s time for people to get comfortable with being uncomfortable,” said LAPD Sergeant Kenji Inaba at the meeting on June 10 between young Blacks and members of the Los Angeles Police Department. ... read more »
‘Church at the Park’ Brings Promotes Peace in South L.A.
August 14, 2019
“Me and my wife were walking in the neighborhood and they told us to come over to the park. Everyone was nice to us and they gave us food and clothes and we danced and had fun,” said South Los Angeles resident Louis Sanchez. ... read more »
Experience Christian Ministries Presents ‘Church at the Park’
July 31, 2019
Pastor Shep and Dr. Shalonda Crawford of Experience Christian Ministries will host the 3rd Annual Church at the Park on Sunday, August 4, at 11:07 a.m., ... read more »
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