Church Announcement: Church Catch Phrase For 2015!

I strongly believed that if African Americans are going to celebrate a holiday New Year should be it. Historically on Dec. 31, most black congregations, use that particular service as the start of their devotion service for the year ahead. 


I also think New Year more important for us as a people than the 4th of July or any other holiday. Our history teaches that on December 31,1862 the black community would gather in churches and private homes all across the nation, anxiously awaiting news that the Emancipation Proclamation actually had become law. So, at the stroke of midnight January 1, all slaves in the Confederate States were declared legally free. 


So, when the news was received, there were prayers, shouts, and songs of joy as people fell to their knees and thanked God. Black folks have gathered in churches annually on New Year's Eve ever since way back then, praising God for bringing us safely through another year. I have compounded below a number of churches with their slogan, buzzword, jingle and catchphrase for the coming year. 

                                              Jump Start 2015
Cross Over Into A New Year! 



The Year Of More Than Enough! 

 The Year Of The Lord's Release!
The Transition! 


Watch Night Service 2015
Go Tell Somebody!

The Year Of Recall And Calling Forth!


Time To Shift!


Watch Night Service:

We are better together:

Year of multiplied Grace:

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