"I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly."
John 10:10

Revive, Redeem, Resurrect, Restore.

Allow me to highlight a few points from the 
message on this past Sunday.  Our  Biblical text was Isaiah 43: 18-19; "Remember ye not the former things, neither consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert."  The subject: "Better Days Ahead."
  Yes, like Israel, many of us have been in our own types of wilderness.  We have experienced despair and sickness.  It seemed as if one parishioner after the next would come and share some devastating news with me. Nevertheless, we can give God a high note of praise. The Word of the Lord is very clear.  God has promised to show us "...a new thing; He promises to "make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert."
Timothy, I want to challenge you as the prophet Isaiah challenged Israel...Do not think your greatest victories with the Lord are behind you. Remember He promised to bring rivers into our deserts; into our dry, dead places he will bring the living, healing waters of the river.

Do not focus on the past but look to the future.  Expect God to do a NEW THING in your life, in your family's life, and in the life of our church.

Keep Your Eyes On The SON,

Dr. Larry Green Sr.

Palm Sunday: Sunday, March 20 | 11 AM


Holy Week Services*: Monday, March 21 - Friday, March 25 | 7 PM


Good Friday Service (7 Last Words): Friday, March 25 | Noon


Sunrise Service: Sunday, March 27 | 6 AM (followed by breakfast)


Resurrection Sunday: Sunday, March 27 | 11 AM



*Communion will be served at Maundy Thursday service (March 24)

Save The Dates!

Test your knowledge of women's history by taking  this  short quiz. Share your answers with Sis. Shanice Maxwell by next Sunday to receive a prize!


1. Who is the first Black First Lady?

2. Who was the first woman to run for President of the United States (1872)? 

3. Who opened up social work as a profession for women?

4.  Who was the first female Poet Laureate of the United States? 

5. Who wrote the first version of the Equal Rights Amendment, in 1923? 

5. Who was the first Black woman elected to Congress?

6. Who was the first Asian-American woman ever elected to hold a statewide office in the United States?

7. In what year did women receive the right to vote? Which amendment made it legal?

8. What woman was turned down by 29 medical schools before being accepted as a student, graduated at the head of her class, and then became the first licensed female doctor in the U.S.?

9. When was the Equal Rights Amendment first introduced into Congress? 

10. Who was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony for holding religious discussion meetings in her home? 

11. Who spoke out for the advancement of American Indians' rights before Congressional committees in the 1880s? 

12. Who was the first Hispanic woman to serve as U.S. Treasurer?

13. Who was the Native American woman who served as guide and interpreter on the Lewis and Clark expedition? 

14.  Who was the first African-American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature? 

15. What Civil War nurse founded the American Red Cross?

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Worship Service | 11 a.m.     
Weds. and Friday Prayer | Noon     

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Tuesday | 6- 7 p.m. | Min. Darby     
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