‘Born in Baltimore, Maryland on July 2, 1908, Thurgood Marshall was the grandson of a slave. His father, William Marshall, instilled in him from youth an appreciation for the United States Constitution and the rule of law.
Thurgood Marshall represented and won more cases before the United States Supreme Court than any other American. Until his retirement from the highest court in the land, Justice Marshall established a record for supporting the voiceless American. Having honed his skills since the case against the University of Maryland, he developed a profound sensitivity to injustice by way of the crucible of racial discrimination in this country. As an Associate Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall leaves a legacy that expands that early sensitivity to include all of America's voiceless. Justice Marshall died on January 24, 1993.'
"None of us got where we are solely by pulling ourselves up by our bootstraps. We got here because somebody - a parent, a teacher, an Ivy League crony or a few nuns - bent down and helped us pick up our boots.”
Youth Music Workshop - Saturday, Feb. 25th
The SouthCentralites will have a musical workshop on Saturday, February 25th from 9 am - 12 pm. Youth - ALL ages - please join us for an exciting, fun-filled day!! Lunch will be provided for those attending. Parents, please join us at 11:45 am for sneak peak/overview of the morning activities.
MENistry Breakfast - Sunday, Feb. 26th
The young and older men are such an important component in the success of our Men’s Ministry and they are committed to gathering at least monthly over breakfast prior to morning Praise & Worship service. We encourage and invite all males to our MENistry breakfast on Sunday, February 26, 2017 at 8:30 am. As we cook, serve each other and eat a delicious breakfast, we discuss upcoming activities and events while brainstorming on how we can better serve our God; our brothers and sisters in Christ; and our communities! Come fellowship with us on this Sunday!!