Calendar Of Events

The B. B. & O. Annual Session

WHEN: Saturday, August 01, 2015  -  Friday, August 07, 2015

WHERE: 508 S. 8th St.

The B. B. & O. Annual Session has been moved from Bethel to St. Paul B. C. 508 S. 8th St. where Rev. L. B. Oliver is Pastor. The 114th Session will be held 8/1-7 beginning Saturday at 4:15P.M. with Laymen’s Director, Charles Ellis presiding. Sis. Florida Robinson, Ushers Pres., will kick off Sunday at 4P.M. followed by the Women’s Dir., Rosie Horne at 5:45. Congress Classes will be held Monday through Thursday 5pm - 8 nightly. Dean Nettie Moore will deliver her message on Monday at 8 pm and Congress Director F. Strickland will deliver his message on Tuesday at 8 pm followed by the crowning of Miss B. B. & O. On Wednesday at 8p.m. youth drama - “The Church Meeting” written by Rev. Roosevelt Wright. On Thursday at 2 p.m. Youth Pres. Kenndi Ross message, youth talents and Orations. At 8pm youth musical and on Friday at 7pm. Mass Choir musical. Rev. C. R. Jackson, President


Seminary Releases Fall Class Schedule

WHEN: Monday, August 10, 2015  -  Tuesday, August 11, 2015

WHERE: Texas Ave

Seminary Releases Fall Class Schedule: United Theological Seminary and Bible College will hold registration for the upcoming fall session on August 10-11, from 5:00pm-7:00pm in the library on Texas Ave. Classes will begin on Monday, August 17, at 5:30pm. Schedule follows: Mondays-5:30pm: Prophets, Philosophy of Religion. Mondays-7:20pm: Pentateuch, Thesis. Tuesdays- 5:30pm: Cults, Sects, and Isms, Intro to Sociology. Tuesdays-7:20pm: Eschatology, Systematic Theology. The free class – Sunday School Lesson begins August 25, at 5:30pm. Registration is still open for students to enter the Master of Theology program. Interested persons with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution may apply. The Doctor of Ministry (online program) is accepting applications from interested students with a master’s degree from an accredited institution. Information: 318-323-6720 and email to:utsbc@comcast.net.


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