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Sing All Celebration is Sunday at Pleasant Grove Baptist more
Pressing On to sing Sunday at Cleveland Cowboy Church more
Prospect Church of God, 2220 Harrison Pike, will be in revival through Friday, 7 nightly, with senior pastor Timothy Gann preaching. more
The Church of God International Offices, whose headquarters are located at 197 Tillie Road N.E. in Cleveland, is focusing on the youth in their international body of believers in 2020. General … more
Jordan Easley, senior pastor of First Baptist Church, recently reflected on his first full year leading one of Cleveland’s largest churches. Easley became the pastor in August of 2018. Some … more
General Overseer Bishop Sam Clements said 2019 was a “productive year” for the Church of God of Prophecy. Now the Christian denomination is looking forward to their bi-annual international … more
In 2019, the Church of God announced new initiatives and celebrated milestones as the denomination headquartered in Cleveland since 1904 continued its ongoing focus to finish the Great Commission.At … more
For Cleveland Police Chief Mark Gibson, maintaining a strong Christian faith is an important part of being prepared to do his job. Gibson said the law enforcement profession "challenges your … more
Prospect Church of God, 2220 Harrison Pike, will be in revival through Friday, 7 nightly, with senior pastor Timothy Gann preaching. more
Price Memorial AME Zion Church, 252 Dooley St. N.E., will host the second annual Communitywide Black History program today with Bishop Builford R. Hill, pastor of Church of God Sanctified of Cleveland, as speaker. The event begins with refreshments at 3 p.m. The program, “Rooted in the Past, Growing Toward the Future and Uniting our Community,” begins at 4 p.m. more
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