New Faith Missionary Baptist Church, 8400 S. Halsted St., in an effort “to keep our children safe,” will host “Hallelujah Night” on Monday, Oct. 31, Halloween, from 5-8 p.m. On the agenda for the evening: fun, food and games for yo
New Faith Missionary Baptist Church, 8400 S. Halsted St., in an effort “to keep our children safe,” will host “Hallelujah Night” on Monday, Oct. 31, Halloween, from 5-8 p.m. On the agenda for the evening: fun, food and games for youngsters of all ages, says the Rev. Dr. Howard Randolph, pastor. Please register your child or children in advance on the sign up sheet located in the church foyer. As always, parents are asked to pick-up their children on time if dropping them off. Additionally, if parents can stay and help with the planned activities, it would be greatly appreciated. Call (773) 783-4800 for more information.
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Dr. Maurice Wallace, senior pastor of Cornerstone Community Church in Durham, NC, comes this way on Sunday, Nov. 11 to deliver the annual Men’s Day Sermon at Sixth Grace Presbyterian Church, 600 E. 35th St., which is pastored by Rev. Patrick L. Daymond. The worship service begins at 11 a.m. and will be followed by a reception in Register Hall. For more info, call (312) 225-5300.
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Morning Star Baptist Church, 3993 S. King Dr., celebrates the Third Anniversary of its pastor, Rev. Gregory Sean Hardaway, during three special services — Friday, Nov. 11, 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 13, 10:45 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The congregation of Morning Star is inviting all “to join us as we celebrate and rejoice in the Lord and all His goodness.”
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Congrats to All Nations Choir that’s heading to Hollywood, Calif. for the final music competition, “How Sweet the Sound,” at the Staples Center on Friday. The national gospel choir competition is sponsored by Verizon. All Nations, Chicago’s largest multicultural gospel choir won three of four awards in September at the United Center at the regional competition.
Securing the Best Large Choir, the Peoples’ Choice and the Regional awards has now secured the choir a position at the national competition and will now be representing the Midwest Region and their hometown, Chicago. The choir departs from Midway airport on Thursday. And if it wins in Los Angeles will be invited to perform at the Superbowl in Indianapolis.
Dan Willis, pastor of Lighthouse Church of All Nations, and All Nations Choir has a membership of over 3,000 and is headquartered at 4501 W. 127th St. Alsip, Ill. Chicago’s largest multicultural church represents 64 different ethnic cultures and races. For more info, contact David H. Carney, (708) 261-2870, cell; (708) 385-6020, office; (708) 385-5378, fax; www.thelightousechurch.org.
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