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    DC Funeral Home Mulls Move to Maryland

    For 30 years, Ronald Taylor II Funeral Homes in Northeast, D.C. has served a predominantly Black clientele, but as gentrification increasingly pushes Blacks out of the city and into Prince George’s County, Taylor is...

    Rev. Dr. Theodore C. Jackson Dies at 84

    Rev. Dr. Theodore Clifton Jackson, Jr., Pastor Emeritus of Gillis Memorial Christian Community Church, in the Park Heights community of Northwest Baltimore, died Feb. 17. He was 84. Jackson, the son of Rev. Theodore C....

    Washington, D.C. Area Church News

    Washington, D.C. Gospel Ark Temple - located at 4551 Benning Rd. SE, Washington, D.C. 20019 - will host their Super Weekend Speaker series, starting Feb.1. at 7:30 p.m. The guest speaker for Feb. 1-2 will...

    Baltimore Area Church News

    Black History Month begins this month.  It is a time set aside to focus on the contributions African Americans have made to this country and the world.  Set aside time this month to learn...

    Social Justice Activist, AME Bishop John Hurst Adams to be Laid to Rest in...

    John Hurst Adams, a civil rights activist and retired bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, will be memorialized during funeral services on Jan. 20 at Flipper Temple A.M.E. Church in Atlanta Ga. Adams died...

    Rev William J. Barber Leads Progressive Pastors in Objecting to Roy Moore’s Fitness for...

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A leading figure among religious liberals says the candidacy of Roy Moore for U.S. Senate is a struggle for the "soul of the nation." The remarks on Saturday by the Rev....

    Historic Massachusetts AMEZ Church Building to be Turned into Community Center

    GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. (AP) — A historic Black church in Massachusetts will be turned into a community center to celebrate a local town's African-American history and culture. The Berkshire Eagle reports the Clinton African Methodist...

    Being Black and Jewish during the High Holidays

    This week, Sept. 20-22, marked Rosh Hashana, one of the most important holidays in Judaism, and Yom Kippur, the other major holiday, will be observed Sept. 29-30. As one of the world’s largest religions,...

    Survey: White Christians are Now a Minority of US Population

    NEW YORK (AP) — The share of Americans who identify as White and Christian has dropped below 50 percent, a transformation fueled by immigration and by growing numbers of people who reject organized religion...

    First AME Church in Pueblo, Colorado Celebrates 143rd Anniversary

    PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) — Pueblo was only five years old and still considered a burgeoning territorial town when St. John African Methodist Episcopal Church was launched in 1875. In those days, the church was located...

    Black Pastors Urge Social Change

    The recent display of White supremacy in Charlottesville, Va.—which left three dead and several seriously injured--has not only left the American population stunned and divided, but it has also put local Black ministers in...

    Sister Mary Alice Chineworth–‘Oblate Sisters of Providence’; Beloved by So Many, Dies at 99

    (Baltimore-Updated 7/15/2017) Sister Mary Alice Chineworth, a towering spiritual figure in Baltimore's Catholic community as a member of the Oblate Sisters at the St. Frances Academy for more than 75 years, died June 21....

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