qOpen doors: Western New York African-American houses of worship features sixty histories of tabernacles, temples, churches, fellowships, ministries and a mosque. This volume does not purport to be a complete compendium of African American houses of worship in Western New Yorkl however it does provide a representative sampling of predominantly African American congregations and African American worship leaders of Baptist, Catholic, Church of God in Christ, Lutheran, Methodist, Pentacostal, non-denominational and other demoninational congregations in Buffalo, Lackawanna, Lockport, and Niagara Falls, New York.q -- Introduction, p. 17.Prayer does change things. In the morning, I received a call from realtor that the contract on the property had fallen through. After some negotiation, eighteen days after our first worship service, I was seated inside a law firm five stories aboveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Open Doors: Western New York African American Houses of Worship|
|Author||:||Sharon R. Amos, Sharon Savannah|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2011|