For God We Live Ministries
The Ministers of Christ extend the invitation to participate in “What Does Your Garden Grow?” a worship experience focusing on the Fruit of the Spirit, 7 p.m., April 27 at the Upper Room Worship Center, 8716 Satyr Hill Road, Parkville, Md. where the Rev. Larry Thompson is the pastor. Ministers sharing include Minister Jacqueline English, Rev. Toni Holder, Rev. Amanda Queen, Minister Kassandra Grogan, Elder Mary Fisher, Minister Darlene Swain, Elder Denise Lee, Minister Alethia Lance, and Rev. Shelia Baker. The Rev. JT Thornton is pastor and founder of For God We Live Ministries.
New Life Inspirational Church
The Men of New Life will host an overnight retreat for men only, May 3 and 4, at West River Retreat Center in Annapolis. A camp fire communion will be held as well as panel discussions, bible studies and fellowship. The cost of $65 includes lodging, meals and use of the retreat site. For registration and more information, please call 443-860-1959 or 410-499-1627. New Life is located at 2621 Oswego Avenue in Baltimore, The Rev. Herbert E. Sye Jr. is the spiritual leader of the church.
The Baltimore Reunion Choir
If you enjoy the great hymns of the church, come sing with THE REUNION CHOIR OF BALTIMORE, May 5, as they host their first Hymn Sing. Come, bring your hymnbook, a friend and your best voice to join with others lifting a mighty praise to our God. The location for the Hymn Sing is Christ United Methodist Church, Chase and Washington Streets in east Baltimore. The program will begin promptly at 3:30 p.m. There is no charge so come, sing and enjoy. Special guests for this event will be Fernando Allen, Tyrone Wright and the Rev. Calvin P. Crosson. Adding their skills to the mighty pipe organ are our very own Curtis Pitts, Gary Stewart and Stephen Felton. For additional information, please feel free to contact Minister Ornita Moore at 410-433-4233.
Baltimore City NAACP
Baltimore City Police Lt. Col. Melvin Russell will deliver the address at the NAACP’s annual prayer breakfast, 9 a.m., May 11, at New All Saints Church, 4408 Liberty Heights Avenue in Baltimore.
Lt. Col. Russell is an ordained minister and leads the Baltimore City Police Department’s community outreach and faith-based partnership initiatives.
“The connection between the faith community and the work of the NAACP is historic and we’ve been working diligently over the last year to forge even stronger relationships with ministers and other leaders in this important part of our community,” said President Tessa Hill-Aston.
Tickets can be purchased by calling 410-366-3300 or by contacting Joseph Aston at firstname.lastname@example.org