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Rev. Dr. Robert E. Bailey I – Pastor Emeritus of Trinity Missionary Baptist Church of Pontiac, Michigan passed away on Monday, July 24th 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia where he resided. Dr. Bailey served as the Senior Pastor of Trinity from May 1975 – March 2005. He also served as Vice President of the Wolverine Missionary
Empire Baptist Missionary Convention of New York, Inc. Women’s Auxiliary It is with deepest regret and sadness of heart that We announce the Homegoing of our Sister and President Emeritus Deaconess Gloria Jones.
TUPELO – Since 2003, the Mississippi Trailblazers Awards Ceremony has recognized notable Mississippians for their contributions to racial and cultural diversity and multicultural change. This year’s honorees for the civil rights award include a Tupelo economic developer, the state’s first black Miss Mississippi and the head of millions of Baptists… …Rev. Dr. Jerry Young is
An overflow crowd made up mainly of women in white dresses and pearls filled Tougaloo College’s Woodworth Chapel Sunday to commemorate the founding 109 years ago of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Members of Beta Delta Omega Chapter, a graduate chapter in Jackson, Miss., along with Gamma Rho Chapter (Jackson State University) joined to host
Dr. Jerry Young, the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. (NBC, USA, Inc.) President and Pastor of New Hope Baptist Church in Jackson, MS made a trip to Crosby, MS to visit and discuss ways to extend support to the community in the aftermath of the August 2016 flooding. The National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. lists
Eleven people have died from torrential rain and flooding in southeastern Louisiana, which Gov. John Bel Edwards today described as “unprecedented” and “historic.” About 40,000 homes have been affected by the flooding. More than 30,000 people have been rescued and about 8,400 remain in shelters. President Obama declared a federal emergency in the state on