Church Announcement: Most Black Churches Celebrate Men's Day In June.

 "Men's Day" have always been important in the black church for a number of reasons and, as such, they tend to have strong, meaningful, historical overtones. "How good and how pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity! Most Black Church  Men's Day Celebration are held in conjunction with Father's Day to honor the strongly force of godly men who are setting positive examples in the church and the community. 

Prior to the Men's Day Worship Celebration on the third Sunday in June, which is designated as Father's Day, Men's Day usually include a week of activities that will not only equip but also encourage and empower the men of the church and the community.


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