PLEASE REMEMBER TO PRAY FOR ALL OUR SICK, SHUT IN AND THOSE THAT ARE EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES IN THEIR LIVES AND FAMILIES
Pastor Lonnie Oliver
Deacon Roz Clopton
Mrs. Natalie Sertima of Detroit, MI sister of Sis. Sandra Samuels
Mrs. Marie Trent of Reynolds, VA sister of Bro. Willard Bolden
Deacon Charles Mailey
Sis. Debra Glover
Mother BJ Beatty-Wilson
Sis. Yvonne Dunkley
Mother Dorothy Stamps
Sis. Kim Purnell
Mr. Clarence Mayfield, father of Deacon Sharon Munajj
Ms. Sally Jackson and the Northern Heights Presbyterian Church Family in Selma Ala.
There will be a Youth Ministry Meeting immediately following church service, 2nd Sunday, February 10, 2019. This meeting is for all parents or guardians of children, tweens and teens. This meeting is also for anyone that is called to (or capable of) working in any capacity with FAC youth. The meeting will be held downstairs in the back of the community room downstairs.
First Afrikan Church is commemorating the 400th year of our people in captivity with the production, Maafa 1619-2019: Sankofa / Looking back to go forward. The play will remind us of who we are and inspire us to think about our future. We will honor our Ancestors and look at how we got over. Also, we will ponder the issues that still challenge us and hopefully be stirred and motived to build our future together. Maafa is a Kiswahili word which means GREAT TROUBLE. The play will run Friday, April 19th, Saturday, April 20th and Sunday, April 21st here at the church. If you are interested in participating in the play. Please see or contact the Director of the play Dr. Shirlene Holmes after service to sign up. Information about auditions will be announced soon. Needed: Assistant stage mgr., Production assistants, Costumers, Prop manager, set designer and actors. Tickets will be sold starting Feb/Mar.
Community Meeting hosted by Battle Law, P.C., Monday, January 28, 2019 at 7pm in the First Afrikan Church Community Room. Amend the zoning map from R-100 to R-75 for the Development of 115 Single-Family Homes. Proposed Location: 3989 & 4001 Panola Road, Lithonia, GA 30038. For more information contact Batoya Clements at 404-601-7616 X2
Tawanna Morgan is representing a young man, Addae Simmons, who started a marijuana-laced baked goods business in his high school, and is currently serving a felony sentence for his entrepreneurial actions, due to being convicted in Fulton County for marijuana manufacturing, sales and possession. Like most young people, Addae did not believe marijuana was a big deal and did not understand the consequences of his actions. As such, Addae has been tasked by his sentencing judge to share his consequential indiscretions with other high school students, with the objective of helping youth understand the implications of their actions, particularly those involving marijuana. Addae is doing a pilot presentation on February 9th, 3:00 pm at ULU Cafe located at 2036 Sylvan Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30310 in East Point. Addae is looking for high-school students and community members who mentor, teach or otherwise lead high-school students to attend and give feedback, as he fine-tunes his presentation. Please try to attend (or send a representative) and bring youth if at all possible – and spread the word. You may contact Tawanna at 470-707-7756 with any questions regarding this presentation.