Celebrate ‘Kwanzaa for ALL of Us’

Kwanzaa. It’s an African American Holiday that spans the seven days after Christmas, from December 26th to January 1st. No, it is not a replacement for Christmas, but rather the celebration of a people who recall their ancestors throughout the centuries and across the African diaspora, and remembrance of those communal values we all hold dear. Kwanzaa celebrates the Nguzo Saba, or seven principles, that speak to who we are and who we should strive to be, our gifts, and our relationships with one another and God.

Please join the In The Loop ministry group online, December 30, at 6:30 pm, as we light the candles and celebrate the 5th day of Kwanzaa — Nia (Purpose)!