SEPT. 4—Mt. Horran Baptist Church, 2616 Brereton Ave., Hill District, will host its Revival at 7 p.m. The theme is “Revive Us Again.” This three-night revival, which will run through Sept. 6, will include Minister James E. Gorman Jr., Rev. Vernon Taylor and Rev. Gerald H. Smith Jr. All are welcome. For more information, call 412-261-1131.

Prayer Breakfast

SEPT. 7—Jerusalem Baptist Church, 123 Steuben St., West End, will host their annual Men’s Day Prayer Breakfast from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. The guest preacher will be Pastor Jonathan M. Wilson of New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church. For more information, call 412-921-0822.

Human Rights Celebration

SEPT. 7—Church Women United-Pittsburgh Unit will host the 2013 Human Rights Celebration at 9:30 a.m. at Sixth Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 6556 Shetland St., East Liberty. The theme is “Breaking Down the Doors of Injustice.” The morning will include guest speaker Lois “Toni” McClendon, of the Coalition Against Violence. There will also be a recognition of individuals who have been working in the field of human rights in the community. Tim Stevens, chairman of the Black Political Empowerment Project, will be the 2013 awardee. Lunch will be served following the celebration service. For more information, call 412-441-7839.

Pastoral Anniversary

SEPT. 8—Mulberry Community Church, 601 Wallace Ave., Wilkinsburg, will host its 13th Pastoral Anniversary Celebration of Rev. Kevin Cooper Sr. at 11 a.m. This will be a celebration of his tireless leadership in the community. For more information, call 412-728-1710.

Family and Friends Choir in Concert

SEPT. 8—Carrone Baptist Church, 7119 Frankstown Ave., Homewood, will host the Ebenezer Baptist Church Family and Friends Choir in Concert at 3 p.m. All are invited to attend. For more information, call 412-687-1819.

Financial Peace University

SEPT. 12—Macedonia Baptist Church, 2225 Bedford Ave., Hill District, will host a Financial Peace University Free Preview at 7 p.m. Through video teaching, class discussions and interactive group activities, this nine-week course presents biblical, practical steps to get from where one is to where they want to be. Attendees will learn how to get rid of debt, manage their money, spend and save wisely, and more. The course will begin Sept. 19. Registration is requested. For more information, email Ro Sharon Taylor at

2013 Prayer Summit

SEPT. 13—Jubilee International Ministries, 200 Center New Texas Rd., Plum, will host the 2013 Prayer Summit “When Men Pray” at 7:30 p.m. The theme is “Men Making A Difference in Their Home, Community and Church.” The evening service will feature guest preacher Pastor Tim Releford of Macon, Georgia. There will also be seminars and workshops on Sept. 14 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. with facilitators Pastor Neville Brooks, Pastor Connie Brooks, Pastor Releford and Pastor Rob Thorton. For more information, call 412-795-2116.

Women’s Conference

SEPT. 13—Women of Strength Outreach will host a Women’s Conference at 7:30 p.m. at Living Way Christian Fellowship, 860 Bricelyn St., Wilkinsburg. The theme is “Don’t Faint…It’s Your Due Season.” The guest speaker will be Dr. Rita Twiggs of Texas. There will also be a seminar on Sept. 14 and panel discussion with Evangelist Monica Hawkins and others. For more information, call 412-385-3331.

Pastoral Anniversary Celebration

SEPT. 14—Northside Institutional Church, 302 W. North Ave., North Side, will host the Pastoral Anniversary Celebration Banquet of Pastor Dr. Lola M. Thorpe at 6 p.m. at the Comfort Inn Conference Center, 699 Rodi Rd., Penn Hills. The theme is “Blessed To Be A Blessing.” The guest speaker will be Pastor Hiawatha Hemphill of North Carolina. On Sept. 15 there will be a Pastoral Anniversary Celebration Service at 11 a.m. with Dr. Carolyn Showell of Maryland. Reservations are required for the banquet. For more information, call 412-231-5683 or email

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