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For just as each of us has one body with many members, and these members do not all have the same function, so in Christ we, though many, form one body, and each member belongs to all the others. (Romans 12: 4-5)
Mt. Carmel Community Academy
Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
Week of Consecration and Rededication
Mt. Carmel Church in conjunction with the Bible is Black History presents a week of Consecration and Rededication, October 9th – 11th @ 6:30 pm! Kicking it off Monday with a Panel Discussion on “The Future of The Black Church”. Our guest speakers are:
Dr. Obery Hendricks is a widely sought lecturer and media spokesperson, and bestselling author of “The Politics of Jesus” which was the featured subject on 90-minute C-SPAN.
Dr. Kevin Cosby is the president of Simmons College of Kentucky and is the Sr. Pastor of St. Stephen Baptist Church, the largest African-American Church in the state of Kentucky, as well as the largest private Black employer in the state.
Dr. Leah Gunning Francis is the author of two books about clergy involvement in the Ferguson uprising and the pursuit of racial justice. And is the senior VP and Chief mission and values officer at IU Health.
Pastor Jeffrey A. Johnson Jr. is the Sr. Pastor of Pilgrim Baptist Church and has a Master of Divinity from Morehouse College. And is the author of, “A Story to Tell: A 40-Day Focus on Your Walk With God”.
Dr. Courtney Buggs is the Director of the PHD in African American Preaching and Sacred Rhetoric Program and has published journal articles and a book chapter, all related to preaching.
Dr. Nicole Robertson is the Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Director of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program.
Dr. John Guns is the Sr. Pastor of St. Paul Church of Jacksonville Fl., founder of Operation Save Our Sons, and the Dean of Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University.
It’s a Sneaker Ball, MCY (Mt. Carmel Youth) is hosting a Sneaker Ball on October 27th, at 6:30 pm. Everyone is invited, young through young at heart. So tell your young family, your old friends, and your middle-aged neighbors to come out and dance the evening away comfortably in your sneakers. While enjoying food, fellowship, and fun! Tickets for the Sneaker Ball are $10 and 2 can goods. Can goods are to support the Mt. Carmel Food Pantry and are collected when purchasing your tickets in the Mt. Carmel Bookstore. Tickets are also available online Click here to purchase online. So get your sneakers ready!! If you have any questions please contact Angela Grace at email@example.com This Sneaker Ball is brought to you by MCY and the support of some gracious donations. THANK YOU!
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Our Mission & Vision
“We are God’s people engaging the power of the Holy Spirit, to execute our divine purpose, to make disciples for our Lord Jesus Christ through evangelizing, preaching the Gospel, teaching, witnessing, stewardship, fellowship and worship with excited passion to demonstrate our love for God and neighbor by spiritually, financially, educationally, politically and socially empowering our members and community.”
This Week’s Message
Purpose. Power. Passion.
Divine Purpose, Spiritual Empowerment, Excited Passion
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