FEBRUARY 2024
Black History and Education Ministry Month
 
BAPTIST TRAINING UNION (BTU) – Let’s Study God’s Word together! Bring the whole family. BTU will resume Sunday, February 18, 2024.
 

IT IS BATTLE OF THE CLASSES TIME!!

THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH. Theme for the Month: “Embracing Change ”


The activities for this month are

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH BE NURTURED

Speaker – Denise Morales
Mental Health Programing


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH AFRICAN ATTIRE

 Family and Friends Day
Speaker, Capt. Eriq Glenn -Voting Imperatives


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH – 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 pm.

Mental Health Workshop
Teenagers- Adults Love Language
(Goals: To help us be better communicators in our relationships
and understanding our needs and how to communicate those needs.


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH

9:00 p.m.-12:00 p.m.

Understanding Assessment Data Students and Parents/Guardians
 

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH – BATTLE OF THE DECADES


CLASS OF 50 AND ABOVE
Fisk University Nashville, Tennessee
Sis. Gladys Wynn & Sis. Lola Wallace

CLASS OF 60’S
Clark Atlanta University
Sis. Evans & Sis. Thelma Thomas
CLASS OF 70’S
Texas Southern University
Dec. Marvin Kyle & Sis. Annette Gill
 
CLASS OF 80’S
Florida A&M University
Dec. Danny Wynne,  Sis. Sandra Popillion & Sis. Angela Glynn
 
CLASS OF 90’S
Dillard University
Sis. DeAndra McCullough & Sis. Janeetra Asberry
 
CLASS OF 2000 – 2010
PRAIRIE VIEW A&M UNIVERSITE
Sis. Kamell Martin TBD
 
CLASS OF 2011 -2020
Howard University
Sis .Chelsea Berotte and Sis. Jessica Jackson
 
CLASS OF 2021 AND BEYOND
Grambling University
Sis. Joylynn Harris & Sis Jackie Darden
 
 

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 25TH

The Top Three Civic Engagement
Sis. Alecia Glenn  & Kingdom Kids Dancers
Prayer Of Thanksgiving
We ask that you continuously pray for our services and activities.
Sis. Jayne McCullough, Chairlady and Sis. Gladys Wynne, Advisor.
 
Words of Inspiration
 
Feast of Hope
 
With the state of today’s world, it would be easy to give up hope, but as the year draws to a close, the blessed Feast of Christ comes to remind us that Jesus came to this world to save sinners.
 
Regardless of the despondency and despair surrounding us, a beacon of love is shining — the Light of the Word — who invites us to leave the darkness behind, put our hope in Him and face the future with expectation and joy.
 
Advent should remind us time and again that, even if we suffer, Christ is still our hope for the future; as He has been for His children through the ages.
Scripture
 
“Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who ask you to give the reason for the hope that you have.
 
I Peter 3:15
Prayer
 
Lord Jesus of Bethlehem, thank You that you came to place hope in our hearts and our lives.  Amen