Annual Christmas Play-Christmas According to Music, Dance, Songs and Words

 The Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church Drama Ministry

                        PRESENTS THEIR

                    Annual Christmas Play



Written, compiled and directed by Buddy Hannah

                      DATE: DEC. 20, 2014                                            

                    THE PLAY FEATURES

Angela Anderson, Diane Carver, Siavon LorRin, Dwight Trice

                   WITH APPEARANCES BY

 Trinity Prep Center Dancers, Minister Cornelius Shaw

                             SONGS BY

The Bible Baptist Male Chorus, Ann Calbert, Joriah Kwame Fleming, Catrinka Johnson, Shanua Thompson, The Allen Chapel Sanctuary Choir, The Allen Chapel Youth Choir

The play will be preceded by a short program featuring the Youth of Allen Chapel.

There will also be a free drawing for 10 Christmas hams to be given away to ten

lucky people after the production

 Doors open at 6:30p.m.

The program begins at 7:00 followed by the play at 7: 30.

 Allen Chapel is located at 804 W. North Street.


A Free Will Offering will be received to help support the Drama Ministry

        Rev. Dr. Gloria J. Clark, Pastor






Seeding The Dream: 27th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Celebration

(Kalamazoo)-Hundreds of  people were present Sunday at Chenery Auditorium for the 27th Annual Northside Ministerial Alliance, ‘Seeding The Dream and Keeping Hope Alive’, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration.

A plethora of community leaders from churches, higher education and elected officials were present to receive this year’s keynote speaker, Rev Kenneth James Flowers, Pastor at Greater new Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church from Detroit MI.

The celebration included  a video greeting from local and state elected officials,performances from the MLK Gospel Choir, a collaborative of area churches, readings from the Bible and a presentation from the Douglass Youth Advisory Council.

In Rev. Flowers speech he shared his personal relationship he has with the King family and mother/son relationship he had with the late Corretta Scott King. Keeping the dream alive for such a time as this was the theme of Rev. Flowers powerful delivery to community members and leaders present.

 “Today we celebrate what would have been the 84th birthday of our fallen leader, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  He was born in Atlanta, on January 15th, 1929.  We celebrate his life and commemorate his legacy because was indeed  a champion for freedom, for such a time is this”.

The program closed honoring Buddy Hannah, a local radio commentator  on 95.5FM & 1560 The Touch,  writer, mentor and community advocate as the recipient of the Reverend Dr. Otha Gilyard Community Service Award. Hannah is also an  active  member at Allen Chapel AME Church.

More MLK celebrations taken place around the city.



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