Tyrone Nelson, pastor of Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church urged more than 200 gathered for today’s Community Thanksgiving Service to
Time to reflect on what a great day I had with my mother, Sallie White Daniels and family ack in my hometown of Richmond, Va.
An annual unity mass rally sponsored by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference of Tuscaloosa fell short in promoting a forward-looking vision for civil rights work in 2013.
A funeral will be held today for 93-year-old Alma White, a former City of Richmond employee who worked at the voter registration office and served faithfully at First African Baptist Church.
First African Baptist Church Pastor Rodney Waller delivered two messages on faith on both New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day 2012.
Pastor Emory Berry of Richmond’s Fourth Baptist Church challenged those attending our Annual Watchnight Service at First African Baptist Church to make 2011 our “Year of Recovery.”
I’m still awash in the glow of the significance of participating in the 230th observance of Christmas at the church that sits at the intersection of Monument Avenue and The Boulevard. While much has changed at First Baptist Church, many of the traditions like Christmas Even Candlelight service have held for decades.