The Evangelical Minister’s Union Hosts 5th Annual Rosa Parks Freedom Breakfast

By | January 11, 2012

The Evangelical Minister’s Union will sponsor their Sixth Annual Rosa Parks Freedom Breakfast on Saturday, January 21, 2012, 8:00 a.m. at Greater Gaines Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church. The church is located at 1006 May street and the Reverend Bernard Clarke is pastor. The preacher for this occasion will be the Reverend S. Dyann Robertson, Pastor of Thebes African Methodist … Continue reading “The Evangelical Minister’s Union Hosts 5th Annual Rosa Parks Freedom Breakfast”

Interfaith Hospitality Hosts Annual Hymns for Hope

By | January 11, 2012

Interfaith Hospitality Network of Coastal Georgia is an independent non-profit organization that works through the faith community to alleviate homelessness among families with children by providing shelter, meals and intensive support. In Savannah, over 20 churches participate in the program, serving 25 families each year. Hymns for Hope, our annual fundraiser, brings together network church choirs for an evening of … Continue reading “Interfaith Hospitality Hosts Annual Hymns for Hope”

Step Up Savannah Hosts Faith Call to Action

By | January 11, 2012

Step Up Savannah, Savannah’s poverty reduction initiative, invites you to be part of the solution and to join us for a Faith Community Call to Action. Scheduled Events Poverty Simulation- an experiential simulation that provides participants with the opportunity to “live a month” in the life of a family living below the poverty line. This event will be held during … Continue reading “Step Up Savannah Hosts Faith Call to Action”

Dunham Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church Choir Celebrates 72nd Anniversary.

By | January 11, 2012

The choir members of Dunham Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church invite you to come out and help us celebrate our choir’s 72nd Anniversary on Sunday, January 15, 2012 at 4:00 pm. Your presence will gladly be appreciated and we are expecting God to bless us in a special way! Our church is located at 544 Nicoll Street Savannah, Georgia 31401. For … Continue reading “Dunham Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church Choir Celebrates 72nd Anniversary.”

Community Events

By | January 11, 2012

International Free and Accepted Modern Masons and OES News The Exalted Degree Department Amaranth Grand Court will have a fellowship breakfast on January, 14, 2012, at 912 Drayton Street. Come enjoy a hot breakfast and fellowship with us. For more information, contact Royal Matron Phyllis Garrison or Associate Royal Matron Daisse Grant. The International Free Accepted Modern Mason & OES, … Continue reading “Community Events”

First Student Recognized for Safety Performance

By | January 11, 2012

On January 6, 2012, Team 17 was recognized by First Student for their Outstanding Safety Performance for the months of August 2011- December 2011. Team 17 consists of Rachael Roundtree, Melissa Rowe, Candace T. Sanders, Jolene D. Schiaffino, Francine M. Scott, Quo V. Scott, Patricia W. Scruggs, Linda G . Seaborn, Tonya M.Sellars, Lisa A. Shafer, Shannon N. Shell, Deloris … Continue reading “First Student Recognized for Safety Performance”

Johnson Honored at St. Philip

By | January 11, 2012

On January 8, 2012, Gene Johnson was named Trustee of the Year at the St. Philip AME Church located at 613 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in Savannah, Georgia. Mr. Johnson has been a faithful member of St. Philip for nearly six years. He believes that good works come from faithful service and commitment. In his capacity as a trustee, … Continue reading “Johnson Honored at St. Philip”

Sports with Walter Moore

By | January 11, 2012

McGriff To Join Ole Miss Staff Although the move has not been officially announced, former Savannah State football assistant Wesley McGriff will join the coaching staff at Ole Miss as codefensive coordinator and cornerbacks coach. The Tifton, GA native spent the 2011 season as co-recruiting coordinator and secondary coach at Vanderbilt. Under McGriff, Vanderbilt’s secondary ranked fourth in the nation … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”