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Welcome to First Afrikan Church

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If you would like to know more about First Afrikan Church, we welcome you to come experience our mission first hand.

We have In-Person Worship Services and is broadcasted ONLINE via Facebook begins at 10:00am and you are officially invited!  

Bible Study on Wednesdays at 7pm. For more information on these and other opportunities to be a part of this movement and other events at the CALENDAR.

In person services will continue every Sunday.

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Liturgical Season – Life / Multi-Dimension Sanctification

Symbol – Mmusuyidee

Meaning: Symbol of good fortune and sanctity

Color: Gold

The color of this season is GOLD. In the Afrikan liberation flag, gold is symbolic of economic security and wealth. From a liturgical perspective we connect economic security and wealth to the ideas of life, multi-dimensional sanctification, and collective work and responsibility (Ujima).

Economic security and wealth mean nothing apart from life. Life is not simply biological functioning, it is Holy Spirit filled relationship with our Creator, ourselves and one another.

Life is lived in obedient response to the revelation and will of our Creator. An obedient response to the revelation and will of our Creator can only occur in so far as we are conscious of our true selves – that part of us that invigorates our biological existence. Consciousness of our true selves immediately creates an awareness of and compassion for other selves. Life that is inwardly attuned is outwardly harmonious. It is purposeful and hopeful: the neighbor is always in view.

Life is multi-dimensional simply because it, by it’s very nature, is multifaceted. Relationally we are mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, aunties and uncles, nieces and nephews, friends and neighbors, even enemies at times. And then we have relationships with the various environments we inhabit – the yard, the woods, the beach and ocean, the garden, the neighborhood, the school, the community center, the church and etc. In each of these “dimensions” of life we are “sanctified.”

Sanctification is the Creator’s anointing (Christing) in and on us, through which we are set apart to devote our whole life to fulfill the Creator’s will in community. Sanctification is the spirit-inspired determination to live lives that matter in and to the lives of others. Sanctification is a spiritual principle that can only be experienced and expressed in community.

Sanctified people work within sanctified communities as representatives of the Creator in a world in need of love and compassion. Sanctified lives filled with love and compassion for others assures the equitable distribution of resources and hence, the well-being of all people.

Liturgical Calendar
Explanation for our Liturgical Seasons

The word liturgical derives from the Greek word leitourgia. It is a combination of two Greek words: leit from laós (which means “people”) and ourgós from érgon (which means “work”). Liturgical means of or related to liturgy. Liturgy is the public work of the people done on behalf of the people. In church communities, liturgy is the order of public worship.

Memory Verse: Isaiah 40:31 (NIV)

31 but those who hope in the LORD, will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.

Mission Statement:

First Afrikan Church is an Africentric Christian Ministry called by the Creator and led by the Spirit of the Ancestors to shape consciousness, serve the needy, welcome the marginalized and address social and ecological injustices and all other forms of structural and systemic oppression.

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