World Day of Prayer: Prayer Breakfast

Category
Hosted Events
Date
Saturday, March 07, 2015 09:00 AM
Place
500 Clay Street, Houston
Houston, United States

The Coalition of Pastoral Leaders of Freemen's Town
And
The Women's Ministry of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church

Observe

World Day of Prayer

with our

Annual Prayer Breakfast

Saturday, March 7, 2015
9:00 A.M.

at
Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
500 Clay Street; Houston, TX 77002
O. B. Winkley, Jr., Senior Pastor

Theme:
John 13:12 (NKJV)
Jesus said to them,
"Do you know what I have done for you?"

Speaker:
Reverend Michael R. Crow, Pastor
Barbers Memorial Missionary Baptist Church; Houston, TX

 

World Day of Prayer is a worldwide movement of Christian women of many traditions who come together to observe a common day of prayer each year, and who, in many countries, have a continuing relationship in prayer and service.

  • It is a movement initiated and carried out by women in more than 170 countries and regions.
  • It is a movement symbolized by an annual day of celebration - the first Friday of March - to which all people are welcome.
  • It is a movement which brings together women of various races, cultures, and traditions in closer fellowship, understanding and action throughout the year.

Through World Day of Prayer, women affirm that prayer and action are inseparable and both have immeasurable influence in the world.

The Coalition of Pastoral Leaders of Freedmen's Town is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to preserve the history and humanity of Houston's National Historic Freedmen's Town.  Freedmen's Town is the only remaining, Post Civil War, National Historic District of its kind in the United States.  It was founded by former slaves and their descendants immediately after Emancipation in 1867.  When it received National Historic District designation in 1985, it had 560 National Register contributing structures including 19 churches and over a mile of historic brick streets.  To date, approximately 500 historic structures have been demolished, including 12 historic churches and less than 0.7 miles of historic brick streets remain.  Though Freedmen's town has lost many structures, its footprint of the founding families still remains in the houses, churches, brick streets and the boundaries of the land that holds the archaeology that documents the existence of this treasure of African Heritage in American history.

The remaining churches of Historic Freedmen's Town are represented at today's Prayer Breakfast.

  • Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church
  • Mt. Horeb Missionary Baptist Church
  • St. James United Methodist Church
  • BibleWay Missionary Baptist Church
  • Macedonia Baptist Church
  • Rose of Sharon Baptist Church
  • New Zion Temple
  • Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
 
 
 

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Sunday School:
Sundays at 9:00 A.M.

Worship Service:
Sundays at 10:15 A.M.

Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Meetings:
Light Meal served at 5:30 PM - 6:15PM
Prayer Meeting at 6:15 P.M
Bible Study at 6:30 P.M.

Thursday Noon Day Bible Study:
Thursday at Noon

Antioch Missionary Baptist Church
(Downtown Houston)
500 Clay Street
Houston, TX 77002

Phone: 713-652-0738
Email: businessoffice@ambchouston.org

The vision of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church is to reach the whole world from Downtown Houston by “Preaching The Whole Christ, From The Whole Bible, To Form the Whole Person.”