Greenforest Community Baptist Church is welcoming associates and neighbors for the final two weekends of FRANGELISM Month.

The Christian film “I Can Only Imagine," which tells the story behind the bestselling Christian single of all time, will be screened Aug. 7 at Ray of Hope Movie Night.

A panel of DeKalb elected officials will discuss rising gun violence in the community during “What’s Going On? Gun Violence” at Ray of Hope Church on July 10.


The African Methodist Episcopal Church and black-owned banks across the country are joining forces to spur business development, homeownership and wealth in the black community.

Thousands of youth and young adults are expected for the July 13-14 You Power Purpose Conference at the Cobb Galleria Center, and registration is now open.

Fathers can join the men of Ray of Hope Christian Church for their June 17 Father’s Day Picnic at Wade Walker Park in Stone Mountain.

Members, friends, supporters and other DeKalb residents can help Ray of Hope Church’s "Stuff the Bus" Back-to-School Drive with donations of new backpacks and school supplies in June and July.

South DeKalb residents concerned about the recent spate of gun violence can join DeKalb Commissioner Larry Johnson on June 15 for a Prayer with a Purpose Walk & Rally at New Life Church in Decatur.

DeKalb and Fulton county church leaders (from left) Vandy Simmons and Garland Higgins of Antioch AME Church in Stone Mountain; and Curtrina Mapp and Jean Ward from East Atlanta Church; attend an interfaith luncheon April 23 hosted by the Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority to plan greater demen…

Church leaders throughout DeKalb and Fulton counties are working with the Atlanta Regional Commission, Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority, Georgia State University and Grady Health System to help people battling Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

Civil rights icon Xernona Clayton will tell her story on April 10 at “Becoming the Beloved Community: Do You Know My Story,” hosted by the Presbyterian Women PC/ Church Women United in Atlanta.

Eight youth ministers will preach on the Seven Last Words uttered from the cross by Jesus at Greenforest Community Baptist Church’s Good Friday on March 30.

Apostles Shirley Dowling and Louis Trammel will speak at the 13th anniversary celebration of Worshippers Interceding for Excellence Church on March 18.