Join Pastor James K. McKnight, Our Authors Study Club, and Commissioner William West for a Faith-Filled Black History Month Worship Service and Fellowship on Sunday, February 25

Church celebrates Black History Month with worship service and fellowship, promoting unity and community engagement

(EZ Newswire)

LOS ANGELES, CA -- The Congregational Church of Christian Fellowship, a ministry that embodies the essence of fellowship and community, extended today the invitation to join Pastor James K. McKnight, Our Authors Study Club, and Commissioner William West for a faith-filled Black History Month worship service and fellowship on Sunday, February 25 at 10 a.m. This event is a celebration of faith, history, and fellowship, bringing together members of the community to honor and worship together.

This event is significant as it highlights the commitment of The Congregational Church of Christian Fellowship to promoting unity, love, and inclusivity within the community. By coming together to celebrate Black History Month, the church continues its long tradition of social justice and action, spreading a message of love and togetherness.

Lura Daniels-Ball, President of Our Authors Study Club, expressed her enthusiasm for the upcoming event, stating, "We are thrilled to host this special worship service and fellowship in honor of Black History Month. It is a time to come together, celebrate our shared history, and strengthen our bonds as a community of faith."

"At CCCF we seek to 'honor God, connect people, develop Christians, and love everybody," states Pastor McKnight. "All are welcome here."

The service will include a powerful message from McKnight, praise and worship, special music, poetry and dance in celebration of the national theme: African Americans and the Arts. A special tribute to Greek and Black collegiate alumni is slated as well. Children and adults will participate in this exciting and inspirational program.

A fellowship will be held immediately following the service. OASC membership, stamps, and Kente stole will be available for purchase to support the scholarship program.

The fellowship is hosted by Commissioner William West and Our Authors Study Club, Inc. (

Looking ahead, The Congregational Church of Christian Fellowship remains committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive space for all individuals seeking fellowship and spiritual growth. Through a variety of programs and events, the church will continue to nurture a community of believers who are dedicated to honoring God, developing Christians, connecting people, and spreading love to everybody.

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SOURCE: The Congregational Church of Christian Fellowship

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