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Winston-Salem chronicle. (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1974-current, March 26, 2015, Page B5, Image 15

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Religion from page B 5 ?? i . ^nisioncally Black College and University) will join with VOX, a predominantly white, semi-professional choir, as a part of "Singin' Black and White," a project intended to foster ongoing relationships between racially and socially diverse choirs. "The Cry of Jeremiah," is a 30- minute piece that features the cho rus, a chamber orchestra and narrator. Covering the struggles, suffering and ultimate deliverance of the ancient prophet Jeremiah, it is the first major choral and orchestral work by preeminent African American composer Dr. Rosephanye Powell whose musical styles range from the baroque to gospel. D'Walla Simmons Burke, director of the WSSU Choir, will serve as con ductor for the performance and the Rev. Dr. John Mendez, senior pastor at Emmanuel Baptist Church, will be the narrator. The event is free and open to the public, but an offering will be taken. March 29 Palm Sunday The Senior Choir of Bethania A.M.E. Zion Church, Highway 65 in the Bethania community, will present "Christ Has Risen! Alleluia, a celebration of Christ's resurrection by Joe E. Park on Sunday, March 29 at 4 p.m. Jamesine Ruff, First Lady at Goler Metropolitan A.M.E. Zion Church will be the guest pianist. Rev. Dr. Karen Roberts Miller is the pastor. Speaking on Peace The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Winston Salem, 4055 Robinhood Road, will hear the Rev. Lisa Schwartz speak on "Peace, Salaam, Shalom" at 9 and 11 a.m. Sunday, March 29. At the 9:15 a.m. Forum, Fred Swan will discuss "The Legitimacy of the Modern Age" by Hans Blumenberg. Visitors are welcome. Find more information at www.uufws.org. Youth in charge On Sunday, March 29, the Youth and Young Adults will be in charge of morning service ( 11 a.m.) at New Direction Movement Cathedral, 3300 Overdale Dr. For more information call'336-771-2111. Easter Cantata The Chancel Choir of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, 916 E. 12th Street, will present its annual Easter Cantata Sunday, March 29 at 4 p.m. The musi cians are Ms. Terry Kelly, pianist, and Mr. Wallace Wright, organist. Mrs. Yvonne Anthony is the director and president of the Chancel Choir. Dr. Paul A. Lowe, Jr. is senior pastor. Contact person: Mrs. Yvonne Anthony 336-413-7204. Starting March 30 Holy Week events Greater Tabernacle Worship Center, 1410 Attucks St. is celebrating Holy Week Monday, March 30, through Saturday, April 4.. Communion will be served every evening at 6 p.m. On Saturday, April 4, at Civitan Park in Kernersville, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the annual Easter egg hunt will be held. Sunday, April 5, at 6 a.m., Sunrise Service and Communion. For additional infor mation, contact Greater Tabernacle Worship Center at 336-777-1113. niarcn ju Interfaith Forum on religious extremism The Winston-Salem Human Relations Commission is sponsoring an interfaith forum titled "I Have a Question About... Religious Extremism," to be from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, March 30, in the Public Meeting Room of the Stuart Municipal Building, 100 E. First St. The forum will explore such topics as the causes of religious extremism, the nature of religion and reli gious extremism and how to respond to religious extremism. Panelists will be Imam Khalid Griggs of the Community Mosque of Winston-Salem, Rabbi Mike Ettis of Temple Emanuel, the Rev. John Mendez of Emmanuel Baptist Church, the Rev. Nathan Parrish of Peace Haven Baptist Church, the Rev. Lisa Schwartz of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Winston Salem, and Chaplain Amy Rio-Anderson of Salem College. The Rev. Tim Auman of the Human Relations Commission will serve as moderator. For more infor mation, call City Link 311. March 31 Guest Speaker Tuesday, March 31 from 6:30 to 8 p.m., Elder Michael Cross of Calvary Hill Church of Greater Deliverance Inc., 4951 Manning St., will deliver the Peppers from page B4 the disciples about their attitude toward children. A little while later, Jesus set a rich young man straight about eternal life. Confused Jesus explained to the disciples that eternal life is a gift from God, not something to be earned. He took the Twelve aside and told them a third time that His death was near. James and John were informed about sitting on the right and left of Jesus. Mark 10 ended with Bartimaeus receiving his sight. Lesson: Jews from all over the Roman Empire converge on Jerusalem for Passover. The celebration commemorates their free dom from Egypt. At this point some of them want deliverance from Roman oppression. As Jesus approaches Bethpage, He sends two of the disciples ahead to the village with specific instructions to find a colt/donkey that has never been ridden. Based on Zech. 9:9 and 14:1-5, Jesus is ready to declare Himself Messiah. Remember how He used to tell them His time was not yet? They follow the instruction to the letter. The animal represents humility. As He enters the city, the crowd recognizes the symbolism. They spread their cloaks on the road and wave tree branch es shouting "Hosanna". The term translates to "save, we pray or help now". "The crowd praises Jesus as Savior. Once in the city. He goes to the Temple, surveys it and returns to Bethany proba bly to Mary, Martha, and Lazarus' house. Life's Application: There is so much chaos in this world that many have lost or are losing hope for a brighter day. It seems that we will destroy ourselves and creation. Hallelujah, the Promised one has come! The disciples and the crowd thought that an earthly kingdom was around the corner. They didn't understand. Some of us don't quite get it, either. It isn't about your earthly accumulations that repre sent your faith; it is about love and compassion. His coming lets us know that God continues to care for all of us! His coming says that in God's time life we will be reunited with Him. The coming of Messiah means that His earthly ministry is about to be completed. As believers our lives are changed for ever! Hope is here and die ultimate defeat of evil is next. Hallelujah for He has come! message at the Bethesda Center. Everyone is invited. Contact Elder Tammy Miles for more information at 336-839-9913. Bishop Claude C. Turner is founder, pastor and teacher. April 2 Walking for Jesus On Thursday, April 2, Restoration Christian Fellowship Church will be walking two miles from the bus station in downtown Winston-Salem at 6:30 p.m. This is in remembrance of what God the Father did at Calvary. The church is expecting souls to be saved and delivered as they take it to the streets. April 3 Gas giveaway On Good Friday, April 3, Pastor Curtis Friday and The Love Church will be taking over the Wake Mart gas station on the corner of Cherry Street and Polo Road to give away $5,000 in free gas. Members of the church will be stationed at every pump that we might bless as many community members as possible. Anyone with any questions or concerns, should email to marketing@thelovecity.org or call the church at 336 525-1LOV (1568). April 4 Youth celebration Holy Trinity Full Gospel Fellowship Center, 5307 Peters Creek Parkway will have a Youth Celebration that will include a fun filled day for all youth on Saturday, April 4,2015 from noon- 2 p.m. All youth are welcome to attend this event that will include an egg hunt, game activities, kite flying (bring a kite), and a delicious complementary lunch. For more information call the church office at 336-784-9347. I Mack from page W Warrior's Life from Black Power to Education Reform." He has ties to North Carolina, having lived and worked in Durham, where he is best known for establish ing the Malcom XdJniversity. The 2015 Dr. Stf Walter Mack Sr. Annual Scholarship Award recipient is Eboni Hosch, a sophomore biology major at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Eboni plans to attend medical school and become a medical doctor, in the field of pathology. In the yvinning essay that Eboni submitted to the scholarship committee, she acknowledged Dr. Tara Brayboy as an influential African-American in her life. Dr. Brayboy, who is also a member of Emmanuel, graduated from Wake Forest University and Howard University College of Medicine where she obtained her medical degree. She works in the Emergency Medicine Department at Carolina Medical Center, in Charlotte, where she conducts research. She plans to work as a primary care physician. Eboni shares Dr. Brayboy's passion for improving the health of people of color and reducing health disparities. Eboni wants to reach back to the African-American com munity, especially women, to help educate and bring greater awareness of hypertension, diabetes and breast cancer. She looks forward to finding effective medicines, as well as discovering more ethnic-specific lifestyles that will help African Americans live longer and healthier lives. 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