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Dr. Jeremiah Wright to preach at Washington's Trinity Church's Annual Preaching Mission April 10-11
Back by popular demand, The Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright will serve as the guest preacher during Trinity Episcopal Church's (Washington, D. C.) Annual Preaching Mission beginning Thursday April 10 through Friday, April 11, 2014.
On Thursday evening, The Men's Choir of the Peoples Community Baptist Church and on Friday Evening, the Revival Choir, composed of singers from local churches and the Trinity Chancel Choir will render the ministry of music.
We are extending a personal invitation to you in the hopes that you will be able to fellowship with us during this spiritually uplifting event. Please mark your calendar for April 10 and April 11 at 7:00 p.m. and please spread the word. All are welcome!
Trinity Episcopal Church is located at the corner of Dahlia Street and Piney Branch Road, 7005 Piney Branch Road, NW, Washington, D.C. The Rev'd John T. W. Harmon serves as Rector and Pastor.
If you have any questions or further media inquiries, contact the church office at 202 726-7036.
ABOUT THE REV. DR. JEREMIAH WRIGHT
Jeremiah Alvesta Wright Jr. was born on September 22, 1941, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and raised in a racially mixed section of Germantown.
Wright's father, the Rev. Jeremiah Alvesta Wright, was pastor at Grace Baptist Church from 1938 to 1980. His mother, Mary Elizabeth Henderson Wright, was a schoolteacher. She was the first black person to teach at Germantown High and Philadelphia High School, where she became the school's first black vice principal for girls. Wright took an interest in religion at an early age. His parents challenged him to balance “the intellectual with the spiritual.”
In 1959, Wright graduated from Central High School, which was among the best schools in the area at the time and was 90 percent white. After high school, Wright attended Virginia Union College, a historically black school in Richmond.
Jeremiah A. Wright Jr.. (2014). The Biography Channel website. Retrieved 05:22, Mar 19, 2014, from http://www.biography.com/
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