Update, Thursday, February 18, 2021

LABC Events This Weekend

Forever Young (Saturday 1:00 p.m.) will feature a presentation by Ms. Regina Boone. Ms. Boone is a photojournalist who has spent more than twenty years documenting human resiliency in her hometown of Richmond, VA. One of her photos was selected by CNN for a 2020 list of “100 Photos the Defined the Decade.” She has a very interesting story about her family.

Our preacher in Sunday worship will be Servant B.K Woodson.

Servant Brian K. Woodson, Sr. began adulthood as a commissioned officer in the United States Air Force where he was a designer and project officer. He left the USAF and answered the call to ministry and is currently the founding pastor of Oakland’s own Bay Area Christian Connection. Servant BK is an Organizer and the Director of Clergy Development at Faith in Action East Bay (formerly named Oakland Community Organizations) and the Director of the Emerging Leaders Program at the Leadership Institute at Allen Temple. He is an ardent advocate for human rights and a writer and published author of many articles and the devotional book “Meditations of a Madman: The Musings of a Hated Man Loving God”.  His long awaited first novel, “Purplynd” has been recently released and is available online and wherever fine books are sold.

Forum – Sunday afternoon at 2:00 – George Harper will lead a discussion of a video by Jeffrey Robinson, Deputy Director of American Civil Liberties Union.

Ways to Connect

Online: https://zoom.us/j/8599095914
Dial-in: 1 669 900 9128

Meeting ID: 859 909 5914
Password: 192833

One tap mobile: +16699009128


Your ongoing support of the ministry of our church is greatly appreciated. We are checking the mail so feel free to mail your check or to contribute online.

Tonight on LABC Zoom at 6:00 – Together In Spirit

From the Alameda County Department of Public Health

We would also like your support in getting the word out to seniors about the availability of vaccine slots at the Oakland Coliseum by directing to https://myturn.ca.gov/ or for those without internet access, calling the CA COVID-19 Hotline at 1-833-422-4255 (M-F 8AM-8PM, Sat-Sun 8AM-5PM.

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