Photo Op: Churches serving the community

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Top photo: St. Mark AME Church recently held a “Men’s Empowerment Weekend,” which included a men’s fellowship prayer breakfast and men’s empowerment worship service. The goal of the “Dressed to Kill” themed service was to have 100 casually-dressed men at Sunday morning worship service. The Rev. Darryl Williams, pastor of St. Mark (kneeling in photo) said bringing men together and healing the spirit of a man is critical to addressing society’s many ills. (Photo by Yvonne Kemp) Middle photo: The Rev. Dr. Donnie Sims, pastor of Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church, addresses the membership of Pastor’s United during a community forum held at Jerusalem recently. At the table to address the concerns of ministers and residents in attendance were (left to right): Pastor Greg Lewis, president of Pastor’s United; Katina Warren, community relations manager for the commission, mayoral appointee Marisabel Cabrera; and Mike Tobin, executive director of the Fire and Police Commission. (Yvonne Kemp)

Photo at right: State Sen. Lena Taylor presents a resolution recognizing the contributions of Pastor Sandy Johnson during his retirement celebration at Northside Church of God, 4858 N. 19th St., where he had been pastoring for 48 years. Next to Johnson is his wife, Northside First Lady Roylene Johnson. (Photo by Yvonne Kemp)


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