PRLog - July 30, 2011 - LANHAM, Md. -- WHO:
Congressman Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO), Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus and additional members of Congress AND several local and state elected officials
Other Guests: Ms. Wheelchair 2011 Sharonda Wilkes and Candidate for Miss DC USA Ashley Burwell (invited)
Community of Hope A.M.E. Church welcomes guest preacher Congressman Emmanuel Cleaver II, who will deliver a powerful message fitting for today’s political, spiritual and local climates. Given the current discussion on several issues concerning the economy and minority relations, Congressman Cleaver’s address comes in perfect time to provide a spiritual perspective on politics, the economy and life in America.
Sunday, July 31, 2011 at 10 a.m.
Community of Hope A.M.E. Church
3701 Branch Avenue
Hillcrest Heights, MD 20748
(Lower Level of Iverson Mall)
ABOUT CONGRESSMAN EMANUEL CLEAVER:
Emanuel Cleaver, II is now serving his fourth term representing Missouri’s Fifth Congressional District, the home district of President Harry Truman. Having served for twelve years on the city council of Missouri’s largest municipality, Kansas City, Cleaver was elected as the city’s first African American Mayor in 1991. During his eight year stint in the Office of the Mayor, Cleaver distinguished himself as an economic development activist and an unapologetic redevelopment craftsman. He and the City Council brought a number of major corporations to the city, including TransAmerica, Harley Davidson, and Citi Corp. Cleaver also led the effort, after a forty year delay, to build the South Midtown Roadway. Cleaver was unanimously elected the 20th chair of the Congressional Black Caucus of the 112th Congress. Learn more at http://www.house.gov/
ABOUT COMMUNITY OF HOPE A.M.E CHURCH:
The Community of Hope A.M.E. Church is conceived from the vision of Rev. Tony Lee and born by permission of the A.M.E. Church. The name of the church reflects its soul. Community is that identifiable place where we live and raise our families. Hope is a key ingredient necessary for faith and survival. The church’s prayer is to effectively impact the community and instill hope into every beating heart and searching soul within our reach. Where there is hope, there is life. Evangelism comes as naturally as breathing to Rev. Lee, and his pulse is on the Community of Hope Church family. For more information, visit http://www.hiphopenation.com.
Community of Hope A.M.E Church 240-273-9115
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