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100 book bags headed to Houston

    100 book bags headed to Houston

Local woman donates 100 book bags to victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston.

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Healing House of God celebrates a decade

    Healing House of God celebrates a decade

The Healing House of God, a church that takes pride in their outreach, just celebrated their 10th anniversary.

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Sharpton, clergy push for social activism

    Sharpton, clergy push for social activism

Thousands of people, including a cadre of faith leaders from the Reconciled Church Movement (RCM), which represents various faith-based communities, joined the Rev. Al Sharpton and members of his nonprofit National Action Network (NAN) in Washington, D.C. to rebuke President Donald Trump and recommit themselves to the fight for social and economic justice.

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Annual conference targets drug addiction

    Annual conference targets drug addiction

The Corner 2 Corner Drug Dealers & Street Life Conference held at Union Baptist Church routinely tackles serious issues and topics that are damaging the community. Drug addiction, specifically the opioid epidemic, was the topic of discussion during the community forum held at the church on Thursday, Aug. 31.

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Local church brings in first African-American preacher

  Local church brings in first African-American preacher

Burkhead United Methodist Church, 5250 Silas Creek Parkway, has a new senior pastor. The predominately white congregation welcomed their first African-American pastor, the Rev. Dr. Carl Manuel Jr. recently.

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‘Sistah’s’ Bible study bring unity to women

  ‘Sistah’s’ Bible study bring unity to women

The women’s ministry of Goler Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church held its fifth annual “Chit Chat & All That Sistah’s Breakfast & Table Talk.”

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Church holds block party to send positive message to community

  Church holds block party to send positive message to community

Miracle Temple Deliverance held a “Back to School Block Party,” giving away clothes, school supplies and free food to the surrounding community.

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Union internship program jumpstarts college career pursuits

  Union internship program jumpstarts college career pursuits

Nine college students participated in a summer internship program at Union Baptist Church in order to earn an edge on their career pursuits

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‘Listen to the Blood’ litany

  ‘Listen to the Blood’ litany

By Rev. Dr. Steven L. Lyons. The following is a litany in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the current events of the times.

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Religious leaders hold vigil for Charlottesville tragedy victim who died

  Religious leaders hold vigil for Charlottesville tragedy victim who died

Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity held a vigil in honor of Heather Heyer, who was killed in a protest in Charlottesville, Va.

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