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February 7, 2011

Church celebrating pastors’ six years

NIAGARA FALLS — The Covenant of Grace Ministries, 1509 Main St., is hosting a week-long series of guest speakers beginning tonight in recognition of its sixth pastoral anniversary celebration.

The series, in honor of Senior Pastor Bishop Joseph Brinson Jr. and Lady Bertha Brinson, is themed “Acceptable Year, Acceptable Servant.” The entire community is invited.

Here is a schedule of events:

• TODAY: Pastor Gordon Sweat of Refuge Temple of Christ in Niagara Falls.

• TUESDAY: Pastor Alan Core of First Centennial Missionary Church in Buffalo.

• WEDNESDAY: Pastor Gregory Webster of Deliverance Temple COGIC in Buffalo .

• THURSDAY: Pastor Andre Clark of New Direction Christian Fellowship in Buffalo.

• FRIDAY: Pastor Kelvin Shouse of Calvary Covenant Fellowship Church in North Carolina

On Saturday, a musical “A Worship Experience” will be held at 6 p.m. The week-long celebration will wrap up with a gathering at 5 p.m.  Sunday with guest speaker Pastor Donald Chisholm Sr. on Latter Rain COGIC in Lockport.


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