Announcements Aug. 25th, 2019



 Please join us for our end of the Summer Bible Study Series Wednesdays, starting Wednesday, August 14th thru Wednesday, September 4th at 1:00pm or 7:00pm. Series topic:  “Our lives as sacred text”. Facilitators: FAC  Elders & MInisters



Family, get your FAC 25th Anniversary paraphernalia – There are two pre-sale orders. The first order ends on Sunday, August 18th. The second and final order is from September 8th until September 22nd. Items will be returned between 8-10 days. Both will be returned in time for our Ancestral Walk (Oct. 12th) and the African American Studies Department Homecoming Tailgate (Oct. 5th). Purchase your items via cash or check with Sonyá Grier or at the debit table with Dwayne Johnson. T-shirts- child sizes $10, adults SM – XL $12, adults 2X – 3X $15

Polos- adults SM – XL $30, adults 2X – $35 adults 3X – $45 Caps- $12 Coffee Mugs- $8




Public Safety and Training Seminar. Please join Tana Dhari for a public safety and awareness training seminar on Saturday, August 31, 2019 from 10am – 12pm at First African Church. Live sessions will include proper handling of firearms, guidelines for purchase, how to be safe in your home and more. Invite friends and neighbors, and be sure to dress in sportswear to participate in the hands on self-defense sessions. For more information, contact Elder Gerard Munajj at 770.652.3168



The FAC Anniversary Committee presents: First Afrikan Church & Friends Got Talent” Saturday, September 7, 2019 at 6:00 PM. If you are interested in show casing your talent.

The Anniversary Committee is now accepting applications for singers, musicians, dancers, inspirational rappers, spoken word, individuals and groups.  Talent must not contain profanity and must be kid friendly.  Applications are available in the Church narthex or Contact Marchia Phillips@ 404-434-7331. Limited spots available Application are due by August 31, 2019. 




A Dancer’s Heart Inc. invites you to join us for our 8th annual 5K run, walk, or dance to inspire excellence and success in the lives of young women, Saturday, September 7, 8:30 am at Decatur High School, 310 N. McDonough St, Decatur, GA. A Dancer’s Heart was founded in memory of Imani Thompson Twine, the daughter of our brother Dirk Twine, who transitioned 9 years ago. Proceeds from the 5K funds scholarships for the Imani Thompson Twine Memorial Scholarship, the Decatur Educational Foundation, and life skills programs for young women in metro Atlanta.  You can register now at or contact brother Dirk Twine for assistance.



The Original Collard Greens Cultural Festival, Saturday, September 21, 2019. 12N-8pm. at the Lithonia Amphitheater, 2515 Park Drive, Lithonia, GA. hosted by Mayor Deborah A. Jackson, City of Lithonia. FREE EVENT. We invite you to come out and celebrate the rich culture, history and traditions of African & African-American food and music. Educate yourself on how to live green sustainable healthy lifestyles. Featuring Collard Green Ice Cream, Sustainable Pavilion, Wellness Pavilion, African Market Place, Farmer’s Market, Arts & Crafts Vendors, Children’s Sprout Land, Gospel, Blues, Reggae, Jazz, R&B, Hip Hop, DJ’s and more!






The Environmental Justice Series Continues – Through Each of Us