Spiritual Events In Buffalo For Black History Month

RISE UP! An Evening of Spiritual and Gospel Music

For Black History Month, the Hospitality/Altar Guild of St. Luke AME Zion Church will sponsor a BOOK FAIR and MINI-MARKET PLACE.
This will take place on Sunday, February 10 from 1 to 3 p.m. at St. Luke AME Zion Church at 314 East Ferry Street immediately following the 11 A.M. Service. There will be books, crafts, greeting cards, jewelry, Avon,
accessories, apparel, hats, dolls, baked goods and more. Come support our local vendors, keeping our dollars in the community. Rev. Arthur L. Holloway, II is Pastor of St. Luke and Wendy Aiken is President of the Hospitality/Altar Guild.

Women’s Ministry of Great Lakes Black History Program Giving Praise in Song

Women’s Ministry of Great Lakes Black History Program Giving Praise in Song.
The Women’s Ministry of the Great Lakes Baptist Association invite all to its Black History Program “Giving Praise In Song” ~ a musical dramatization of songs composed by renown Dr. Issac Watts performed by various local soloists/actors on Tuesday, February 19, 7:00 pm at Greater Hope Baptist Church, 9 Verplanck, Buffalo, NY.
Rev. Dr. James Blackburn is host pastor. Marilyn Miller is chairperson.

Annual Sweetheart Tea

The Althea Davis Missionary Society of St. John AME Church will host its annual Sweetheart Tea on Sunday February 10 at Doris Jones Family Building 3001-9th Street in Niagara Falls from 3-7 p.m. The theme “What’s Love Got To Do With It?”
Monetary donations accepted. For additional information contact the church 716 285-6432 Program Chairperson Sis. Bertha Webb, ADMS President Sis Janice Bradberry and Pastor Reverend Dion S. Green Sr

 

St. Luke AME Zion  Celebrates Black History Month With a Book Fair And Mini-Market Place

For Black History Month, the Hospitality/Altar Guild of St. Luke AME Zion Church will sponsor a BOOK FAIR and MINI-MARKET PLACE.  This will take place  on Sunday, February 10 from 1 to 3 p.m. at St. Luke AME Zion Church at 314 East Ferry Street immediately following the  11 A.M. Service. There will be books, crafts, greeting  cards, jewelry, Avon, accessories, apparel, hats, dolls, baked goods and more. Come support our local vendors, keeping our dollars in the community. Rev. Arthur L. Holloway, II is Pastor of St. Luke and Wendy Aiken is President of the Hospitality/Altar Guild

   

Pilgrim Baptist Missionary Annual Black History Event.

The Pilgrim Baptist Missionary Church will host its annual Black History Program February 23, at the Church 665 Michigan Ave. at 4 p.m.  The event is free