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I first attended EBCRS under protest - just wanted to go out to brunch, but my brother suggested that we attend church first. That was two years ago and this place still feels like home. There is definitely something special happening on the corner of 41st and Telegraph! Come and see for yourself!
Definitely the place that laid the groundwork for my spiritual foundation. Love it here!!
ah YES! Rev Dr Elouise Dixon Oliver
is the most Gifted Spiritual leader that I have
ever known. It is pure joy to be in her Presence
She IS LOVE and LIGHT BEYOND BEYOND
Great place of peace and love that offers so much to our community. Rev. Elouise is a true example of unconditional love in action.
I love this place and can't wait to go back! Reverend Eloise Oliver is eloquent and inspiring, the crowd is diverse and welcoming, and the music is wonderful!
Inclusive, loving place. Rev. E is has a huge heart. You can feel the energy when you walk in the building.
All Saints Church is a supremely welcoming community that has something for everybody. You can choose which Mass to attend that has your particular tastes. I have been a member since 2001 and have been quite happy there.
It's been a pleasure working with this group and watching it grow down throughout the years. Oakland keeps ignoring God and what he put in that young man who started it all, Michael Carter... keep up the great and extraordinary work young brotha. Oakland may ignore you but the nation is watching you Son.
Excellent! I hear they are the national headquarters for Black Wall Street District in the US.
2010 Black Wall Street District USA National Summit this August 20-23 in Chicago, Illinois. If you need assistance please feel free to contact our main office at 888 616 3110 or the media office at 510 435 1759.
Black Wall Street Federal Tax ID: 76 08 43 04 1
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BWSD USA NATIONAL SUMMIT INFORMATION:
all programs & services are free
open computer access Mon-Thurs 6-9 pm
RAIN DELAY! This event is postponed to next Tuesday the 20th due to the forecasted wet weather.
The hours of the bazaar are Saturday 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 6 p.m. The listing in the EB Express is wrong. Please note. Delicious Japanese food, including kushikatsu (beef tempura skewers), Chicken teriyaki, sushi, hamburgers, udon Japanese noodles, curry rice, mochi and more. Childrens games and crafts. Fun for everyone. Please come.
Sign-ups happen at 6:30pm. Music starts at 7pm and goes until midnight.
Still singing, but the location has changed. Call 510-910-2574 for location.
This listing is incorrect...it should be:
Michel Doneda and Fred Frith
General admission $20, Student/Senior $15
Thursday, February 12th, 2009 8PM
730 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
The Dimond Winter Festival brings people together from various faiths to honor and celebrate the diversity that Oaklanders love. Not only will you hear fabulous local groups, but you can enjoy a pancake breakfast for $5.00, shop for unique one of a kind gifts that support local artists, and the kids can enjoy craft making and photos with Santa. This event is an excellent way to start the holiday season.
WHO ARE PARTICIPANTS?
La Borinqueña Mex-icatessen's Tamale Girl food booth will be at this year's festival selling our delicious hand made traditional tamales, Mexican Coca-Cola and other treats. Stop by and say Hola! TamaleGirl.com
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this is a church "on the move". last service to be held in Hearst Elementary is Sunday, April 20
then it' s on the the new "Ironwoood Site" on Busch Road.
Grand opening will be May 11, 2008. First church service to be held May 4, 2008, with prayer servces
being held, Sunday, April 27 at the new site.
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