Religion

‘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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C2C conference to address opioid addiction

  C2C conference to address opioid addiction

Union Baptist Church, 1200 N. Trade St., will host its 14th annual Corner 2 Corner (C2C) Drug Dealers and Street Life Conference, from Aug. 31 to Sept. 3.

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Member, 101, helps celebrate 125 years of Shiloh Baptist

  Member, 101, helps celebrate 125 years of Shiloh Baptist

Shiloh Baptist Church celebrated its 125th church anniversary on Aug. 12 by having an appreciation luncheon at the Enterprise Conference and Banquet Center.

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‘I think today was amazing’

  ‘I think today was amazing’

11-year-old Kyndall Williams’s The Kyndall Project held its second annual “Back to School Jam” at Rupert Bell Park on Saturday, Aug. 12.

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Church celebrates first Men’s and Women’s Day

  Church celebrates first Men’s and Women’s Day

St. James Missionary Baptist Church celebrated its first Men’s and Women’s Day on Sunday.

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Fitness class grooves to gospel music while working out

  Fitness class grooves to gospel music while working out

A two-day “Gospel Groove” workout event was held during the NBTF at the Benton Convention Center last Thursday and Friday morning.

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