COIVD-19: As the City of Baltimore has deemed it safe for houses of worship to gather at no more than 50% capacity, we are re-evaluating our re-entry plan to resume in-person worship in the coming weeks with necessary safety precautions still in place.

Sometimes you can't be concerned about everything that is swirling around in your head. If you consider all the factors, it just might stop you dead in your tracks and not allow you to embark. Sometimes you have to simply disregard all those things and take a risk!

Rev. Dr. Jason O. Jordan-Griffin engages in an intimate and intentional conversation that speaks to the generations, specifically young adults and reminds us of the importance of dealing with “The Family Business” for the success of our individual and collective futures!

Rev. Dr. Jason O. Jordan-Griffin engages in an intimate and intentional conversation that speaks to the generations, specifically young adults and reminds us of the importance of dealing with “The Family Business” for the success of our individual and collective futures!

Rev. Dr. Jason O. Jordan-Griffin engages in an intimate and intentional conversation that speaks to the generations about the importance of love and reminds us of the importance of dealing with “The Family Business” for the success of our individual and collective futures!

Rev. Dr. Jason O. Jordan-Griffin engages in an intimate and intentional conversation that speaks to the generations, specifically to the elders and reminds us of the importance of dealing with “The Family Business” for the success of our individual and collective futures!

Rev. Michael A. Carrington, Jr. takes us on a journey that must be embarked upon to find what we need in this new year.

The Rev. Keisha R. Dukes preaches for night 1 of our 2021 New Year's Revival!

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