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Sunday Virtual Worship Service

May 9th @ 10:00am

Please join the WoW Ministry for our 24 hours of prayer time. We want to use this time to pray and worship God. Prayer will start at 9 pm Wednesday, May 12th, and end at 9 pm Thursday, May 13th. Grab your prayer partner and/or ministry to help build this chain of prayer.

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We look forward to touching and agreeing together in Jesus' Name!

Legacy Guider                       

Taylar Simone Mitchem                

Jacklyn Garcia                                 

Alee Reddick-Hodges                     

Ernestina Ogunmuko                    

Analise Black                              

Kyla Standridge                            

Victoria Copeland                           

Aneisa Jones                                 

Sarai Jackson                                

McKenzie Faith Anderson Greer  

Hannah Sexton                              

Noah Jeffrey Fornuto                    


Attention parents and kids grades K-5! Please join us for Virtual Children's Church! Children's Church will be weekly on Sundays at 11:15am. Plan on learning bible verses, discussing adventures through the Bible, and completing some arts and crafts that will be featured in the Children's Wing on a mural once the church building opens back up. This is something you definitely don't want to miss! For more information, please contact Rev. Danielle Hodge at or you can call her at 770.883.0940.

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Meeting ID: 881 5089 5545

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Parents and youth of Allen Temple, please join us on Sundays at 12:15 PM for our weekly youth service. Come and learn about God and fellowship with students your age! You may also learn a little church history and African American History as well as learn about colleges through virtual tours. You may also get an opportunity to learn about upcoming college scholarships and other internships and job opportunities! You never know what you may learn on one of our Zoom Calls. For more information, please reach out to Rev. D. Hodge at  

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Commencement Time!

Can you see the light at the end of tunnel?


Whether you are excited to end the academic year, start off the summer, embark on new experiences at the next grade level, or walk across the stage for that long-awaited diploma, change is coming!


Pathways To Excellence is excited to wrap-up our HBCU Pathways Program with the final meeting of the school year! And we have a couple of surprised in store, so check out updates below. 

HBCU Pathways Program

HBCU Pathways Program Monthly Meeting ~ May 8 @ 10 am (ET)

Join Pathways To Excellence, Inc. for its final meeting of the year!


Our special guest this month is Kamaria Hill, who will review networking and LinkedIn to help students prepare for summer work experiences.


We will also recognize our graduating seniors and give you some tips to maximize your summer! 

Students who plan to return next year will have an opportunity to inform the topics!


There is no fee to participate in this meeting, but you must register to attend.

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Additional Programming & Opportunities - Internships

Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science (GEMS) program


The Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science (GEMS) program invites middle and high school students to work with college-aged mentors in a week-long, virtual, or hybrid learning session. Participants gain a hands-on learning experience and exposure to the diversity of STEM fields and careers. Both sessions are available in real-time (10 am-3 pm EST) or self-paced formats.


GEMS is an Army-sponsored, summer STEM enrichment program for middle and high school students that takes place in participating Army research laboratories and engineering centers. GEMS’ mission is to interest young people in STEM careers early enough that they have the time to prepare for their academic futures.


Students can apply for a one-week session during the summer in our biomedical program or engineering program at no cost. Middle and high school student can participate in our program at the following levels:

* Beginning (rising 7th-8th)

* Intermediate (rising 9th-10th)

* Advanced (rising 11th-12th) 


* We will talk more about this opportunity at the HBCU Pathways Meeting on Saturday, May 8th.




Over 500,000 individuals have lost their lives to COVID-19. We are not only grieving their loss, but we are also grieving the loss of friends and family that have died from other causes. We do not have to grieve alone. Allen Temple Grief Ministry is offering support through the GriefShare program. Through video lessons, workbook activities, and group discussions, GriefShare helps pave the road to recovery. New classes start in August.

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Wednesdays @ 7:00pm

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Meeting ID: 925 6033 7602


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In response to the growing need for citizens of Georgia to access behavioral health support and resources during the current health crisis, the Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD), in partnership with Behavioral Health Link (BHL), has implemented the GA COVID-19 Emotional Support Line. The Georgia COVID-19 Emotional Support Line provides free and confidential assistance to callers needing emotional support, community resources, or referrals to service providers in their communities.

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Sunday Virtual Worship Service

May 9th @ 10:00am

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