Commemorate Black History Month at Northern Seminary

Tuesday evenings in February
6:30-7:00 p.m.
Emmanuel Chapel

“Out of the Ashes”

In our country, African American heritage has contributed to all aspects of culture, art and faith. Out of the heaviness of oppression and inequality, African Americans have continued to rise and remain true to the calling of the Church and it’s mission to be a unified body. Our Black History Month teaching series will highlight what has come forth as a result of the faithfulness within the black faith community. Praise, Perseverance and Purpose are qualities and characteristics that stand true in the black community, and we will highlight each one in the month of February.
Night of Worship
February 5th
Pastor Greg Armstrong
Pastor of Renew Church Chicago

Praise
February 12th
DrDavid Seymour
Pastor of Logan Street Missionary Baptist Church
Perseverance
February 19th
Dr. Gerald Dew
Pastor of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church

Purpose
February 26th
Rev. Tamekeyo House-Griffin
Minister at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church

Each service will also stream live on Facebook Live

For more information, contact Linda Owens at lowens@seminary.edu

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