GOODBYE SEPTEMBER HELLO OCTOBER...FALL IS HERE!
Rev. Franklin Smith, and the Manna House Congregation located at 8019 Cedar Ave., Cleveland, Ohio is sponsoring a delicious Prayer Breakfast on Tuesday, October 26, 2022, 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. The Theme is "GRACE, TRUTH, AND TIME." Psalms 90:12 and Ephesians 5:16. Special Guests speakers will be Dr. Natoya Minor, the lovely lst Lady, and a Missionary at the Community Faith Assembly, and also The Legendary Reverend Brenda M. Ware-Abrams, Assistant Pastor of Second Mount Carmel Baptist Church, Radio Announcer/TV/Internet Personality. This event will feature Black House sound by Motely Music, and is being hosted/Produced by Minister Lavitta Murray; for more information: (216) 926-1201 or (216) 432-2598. Limited tickets!
An Afternoon of Gospel Music, featuring the Master Keys will be held on Sunday, October 30, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. at the First Missionary Baptist Church , 4312 Lee Road, Cleveland, Ohio. The Pastor is Rev. Nicholas Williams. Also appearing will be the Fleshman Singers, and Bro. Aaron Banks, along with The Golden Echoes, Sis. Kristina Miller, and others. For more information contact Deacon Arthur Pack, (216) 403-0228 or Deacon John Truitt at (216) 361-3348.
Liberty Hill Baptist Church, 8206 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44103 will hold the 7th Annual "Treat Street" on Monday, October 31, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Treat Street is designed to provide a safe, fun and enjoyable trick or treat experience for children in the surrounding area and from our sister churches. This year, there will be more than 20 houses in one house at the Church. The Church hopes to serve more than 300 children in costumes with their parents as they walk through the church visiting a variety of stations giving away candy, hot dogs, and popcorn as they travel from station-to-station. Members of the church will be dressed in fun costumes and provide games, and a great time as children travel through the church building. Liberty Hill will also give out prizes for the "Coolest Costume."
Pastor Michael L. Brown is continuing to campaign, "Treat Street” at Liberty Hill. He is inviting ALL CHURCHES in Cleveland to join in this effort. “Violence has become an overwhelming scenario in our communities,” Pastor Brown states, “Children are being shot, gangs are attempting to take over neighborhoods, and this is one way all the churches can come together in a city-wide campaign supporting our youth during the autumn season ensuring that children know they have a safe place, with fun activities, learning about God, and understand that every day is God's day, and most importantly, they don't have to live in fear because of violence”. For more information contact Arlene Tufts or Denita Fletcher at 216-791-5841.
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