Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Many people with disabilities, whether physical or mental, are overlooked and sometimes ostracized in today’s society. As a way to celebrate
Union Baptist Church celebrated its two day Spring Pentecost Conclave on April 27 and 28. During this year’s celebration, Union Baptist wanted to focus on its missionary work.
The missionaries of Union Baptist decided to make dresses out of pillow cases for young girls of Third World countries and disaster ridden areas.
Compassion International brings children in Third World countries together with sponsors looking to help them improve their situations. Compassion International is unique in the fact that the child and sponsor are able to communicate with one another through letters and even has an application on cell phones to allow sponsors to send messages to the children.
Union Baptist Church has grown to over 4,000 members and 70 ministries and continues to grow and expand to meet
Submitted photo “The Compassion Experience” exhibit is shown from the outside. SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Union Baptist will host “The
Tracy Martin delivers his message during 12th annual Corner 2 Corner Drug Dealer and Street Life Conference hosted by Union
In above photo: (Left) Tracy Martin, father of Trayvon Martin, and (right) Sean “Demetrus” Senior, college and young adult pastor
In above photo: (left) Community Services project supervisor Christopher Mack and (right) Youth Program director Dr. Kia Hood. (Submitted photo)
In above photo: Bishop Sir Walter L. Mack, II and First Lady Kim Mack Special to The Chronicle Union Baptist