2nd Missionary Baptist Church Hosts Black History Luncheon

  • Saturday, February 17, 2024

Second Missionary Baptist Church invites the community to the 2024 Black History Luncheon under the theme, “From Suffering to Hope.”  This year’s celebration features two history-making guest panelists, Dr. James Harris, distinguished professor of pastoral theology at Virginia Union University, and his son, Mr. Cameron Harris, associate professor of performing arts and Black Studies at California State University.

This father/son duo promises to bring a unique and enlightening perspective to this year’s Black History celebration.

Attendees have an opportunity to receive a number of culturally inspired door prizes!  African attire is optional.

Tickets for this year’s event are $10 each in advance by Wednesday, Feb/ 21.

For more details, including ticket information, call the church office at 423 624-9097 weekdays after 9:30a.m. or email secretary@MySMBChurch.org

Rev. Ronald Harris is event chair and Dr. Ernest L. Reid, Jr., is senior pastor.  SMBC is at 2305 E. 3rd Street in Chattanooga. Come and be blessed!

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