Religion

Local church holds vigil to bring awareness to gun violence

    Local church holds vigil to bring awareness to gun violence

Noticing there was a need to address the situation at hand, Tembila Covington, president of the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) called community leaders, clergy and law enforcement together for the vigil. 

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Conference seeks to address health issues in the black church

    Conference seeks to address health issues in the black church

Conference seeks to address health issues in the black church

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Mendez speaks on career and life after the pulpit

    Mendez speaks on career and life after the pulpit

The Rev. Dr. John Mendez, senior pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church, will be retiring later this year.

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Highland Avenue Block Party was a big hit for the community

    Highland Avenue Block Party was a big hit for the community

What started off as a small venture, wound up being more than anyone could have expected. With less than two months to pull it off, the dedicated team of organizers put together the Highland Avenue Block Party.

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Alzheimer’s awareness brought to local churches

  Alzheimer’s awareness brought to local churches

The Sticht Center for Healthy Aging & Alzheimer’s Prevention (SCHAAP) from Wake Forest Baptist Health is offering lunch & learns at local churches to make people more knowledgeable about the disease.

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Let’s Talk Religion: Is homosexuality still taboo in the church?

  Let’s Talk Religion: Is homosexuality still taboo in the church?

Let’s Talk Religion: Is homosexuality still taboo in the church?

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The Rev. Dr. Joseph E. Perkins, founder and president Apex School of Theology, passes away

  The Rev. Dr. Joseph E. Perkins, founder and president Apex School of Theology, passes away

The Rev. Dr. Joseph E. Perkins, 86, founder and president of Apex School of Theology (ASOT), passed away at Duke Hospital in Durham on Saturday, Oct. 12.

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Gospel Fest shines on a rainy afternoon

  Gospel Fest shines on a rainy afternoon

The rain attempted to dampen the mood for day two of Gospel Fest at the Dixie Classic Fair, but it was unsuccessful. While the crowd did not come out in full force, it did not stop the lineup from putting on a great show for those who braved the inclement weather.

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Whole Man Ministries offers drive-thru prayer

  Whole Man Ministries offers drive-thru prayer

Saturday morning, Oct. 5, was a great day for drive-thru prayer! Whole Man Ministries church members gathered together to welcome over 40 people needing prayer.

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Let’s Talk Religion: Will gospel hip-hop ever become mainstream in the black church?

  Let’s Talk Religion: Will gospel hip-hop ever become mainstream in the black church?

Let’s Talk Religion: Will gospel hip-hop ever become mainstream in the black church?

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