Alert Men’s Ministry Presents Annual African American Prayer Breakfast

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

In celebration of Black History Month, Alert Men's Ministry of First Baptist Church is hosting the Annual African American Prayer Breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 23, 10 a.m. at the H .H. Battle Fellowship Hall of First Baptist Church, 506 East Eighth St. in Chattanooga.

Guest speaker will be Yusuf Hakeem, Tennessee State Representative, 28th Legislative District.

Tickets are $20 and may be secured in advance, at the door or from any member of the Alert Men’s Ministry.

For more information, contact Thomas L. Scott at 423-510-0656

Each year the Alert Men’s Ministry hosts the African American Prayer Breakfast.  Past speakers include Rev. Paul A. McDaniel, the late Mr. James R. Mapp, the late Judge John Mullican and 
Mr. Leonard Wellington.

"Everyone is welcome to attend," officials said.


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