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Lee Chapel AME Church 120th Anniversary Byron Cage Concert
September 21, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
Allen Temple A.M.E. Church$25 – $50
Don’t miss the Byron Cage Cincinnati Concert to celebrate 120 years of Lee Chapel AME Church!
Lee Chapel AME Church has announced its year- long celebration of 120 years of ministry and community service in O’Bryonville, Evanston and Walnut Hills. They are inviting the Greater Cincinnati Community to join in the celebration. Led by Pastor Kevin Cooper, the Anniversary theme is Remembering our Past and Reveling in Our Future, based on the theme scripture Joshua 4:20-24.
The Anniversary Concert features the world renowned “Prince of Praise” International Gospel Recording Artist, Byron Cage (The Spirit of the Lord is Here). He has an exciting lineup including The Southern Baptist Church Mass Choir, Henry Benefield and RaMeco Lattimore & True Worship Chorale. All will take place at Allen Temple AME Church, 7030 Reading Road. The Worship Leader is P. Ann Everson Price.
There will be a Pre-Show VIP Reception/Meet & Greet with Selfie Photo Ops with the Star before the concert at 6 p.m. The show starts at 7 p.m. VIP Tickets for Preferred Seating and the VIP Reception are $50; General Admission Tickets are $25. Purchase tickets online. Donations can be made there as well. For more information, call 513-608-6961.
The Community Events to celebrate its 120th Anniversary and extend its ministry through evangelism and community service are in full swing. Events include Theater Outings; Fashion Show Extravaganza; a Celebrity Golf Outing; Four Weeks of Free Softball Clinics for Community Youth, culminating in a Community Softball Game between the Lee Chapel All-Stars and the Cincinnati Sentinel Police Association; Monthly Family Movie Nights; Fish Fry Events; A Parade and Kick-Off Event; and two nights of Revival.
About Lee Chapel AME Church
Lee Chapel AME Church started out as a cottage prayer service at the home of a gentleman named Green Burrell in 1898. The church has had 26 Pastors, including its current Pastor Rev. Kevin J. Cooper and the previous Pastor Donald E. Newberry, Sr., who led the church to build an Annex to the church building and a Senior Citizen Facility.