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Blood Drive during Annual Session

Reserve a time to donate blood during the Annual Session today!! Click Here to register. 

Rural Area Broadband Internet

Greetings, Brothers, and Sisters in Christ, Some 10 million rural African Americans lack broadband internet, primarily in the South. They cannot use such essential services as online doctor visits, church services, school assignments, family connections, and voter registration. Thankfully, the Federal Communications Commission launched the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), providing nearly 18 million low-income households

Evangelism Weekend

AS Souvenir Journal Ad Form

The Annual Session Host Committee is selling ads for the souvenir journal. Deadline for the ads is Monday, July 31st. Download Form Contact: 2023 Local Entertainment Committee The Pleasant Green Baptist Church 340 David L. Gray Drive Kansas City, KS 66101 913-371-5393

Southwest Regional YYA Conference

Human Trafficking Classes

Compassionate, committed individuals and communities like yours are the most powerful resource there is to prevent and reduce human trafficking. But to leverage your power, you need the best possible information. This Training, developed through a collaboration between Polaris and leaders at the National Baptist Convention, will teach you what human trafficking really is, how

Congress Online Classes

Virtual Division (Online Only) To Register for Classes — Click Here¬† Online Classes Course Number Course Name PHASE I 1004 Effective Bible Reading 1072 Introduction to the New Testament 6021 Spiritual Formation PHASE II 1075 The Synoptic Gospels 2007 Christian Stewardship 4012 Doctrine of the Holy Spirit 7024 Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts PHASE III 1079

Lousville’s Top Travel Tips

This document was prepared by the Louisville Tourism Commission | GoTOLouisville.com Download – Louisville’s Top Travel Tips

Chaplains Professional Dev. Institute

  For more information about the Chaplains Professional Development Institue, click here

“Black Women In History”

Dean Irma Wise           Kateri Burks, District President, Ohio