Faith & Fellowship

Austin Randolph (“Randy”) Adler – Powerful Worldwide Ministry Died Leaving Great Legacy

Austin Randolph (“Randy”) Adler – Powerful Worldwide Ministry Died Leaving Great Legacy

Austin Randolph (“Randy”) Adler, founder of the International Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church, and a pioneer in converging often separated traditions in Christian worship, died on Friday from complications of a stroke. He was 71. Adler, who retired in 2007, preached in 70 countries, bringing together churches in East Africa divided by tribal and […]

Oil may be lurking under Word of Faith church property in Southfield

Oil may be lurking under Word of Faith church property in Southfield

A controversial exploratory well on a Southfield church’s property has uncovered an underground rock formation that bodes well for oil and gas production at the site that could go on for years. Jordan Development, the Traverse City-based company that installed the well on Word of Faith Christian Center’s property off West 9 Mile and Evergreen, […]

Our Lady of Fatima Statue Coming to Metro Detroit Parishes

Our Lady of Fatima Statue Coming to Metro Detroit Parishes

Catholics at two parishes in Detroit and Royal Oak have already seen a statue known for miracles and healing, and more will see the Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima this week. The tour of the world-famous International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima is a nation-wide call to prayer and […]

FIRST AT FOUR – SUMMER BREAK

FIRST AT FOUR – SUMMER BREAK

NO FIRST AT FOUR GATHERINGS IN JULY AND AUGUST Sponsored by Look Up Detroit – a Metro Detroit Mission & creators of JesusQuestion.com & LookUpDetroit.com.

Detroit’s unapologetic movement

Detroit’s unapologetic movement

When Reuben Sheares took the pulpit at Trinity United Church of Christ on the South Side of Chicago, the pews before him were nearly empty. The historic, and now infamous, Afrocentric church’s members were drawn to more rebellious religion in the wake of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination. They became disillusioned with the notion that […]

Mass Mob at Catholic church in Detroit’s Indian Village

Mass Mob at Catholic church in Detroit’s Indian Village

The monthly Detroit Mass Mob will be held this Sunday at a historic Detroit church that’s surviving by reaching out to its neighborhood. St. Augustine and St. Monica Catholic Church, a parish in historic Indian Village, was founded in 1989 with parishioners from St. Catherine/St. Edward and St. Bernard parishes, with buildings dating back almost 100 […]

Tuskegee Airman, 94, awarded Bronze Star at Detroit NAACP dinner

Tuskegee Airman, 94, awarded Bronze Star at Detroit NAACP dinner

A 94-year-old Detroit native has been awarded the Bronze Star Medal for heroic service and meritorious achievement during World War II. Lt. Col. Alexander Jefferson was presented the award by U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow on Sunday at the 61st Annual Detroit NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner. Stabenow says Jefferson is one of the few remaining Tuskegee […]

Sunday Concert – First At Four – May 1st

Sunday Concert – First At Four – May 1st

First at Four – a monthly gathering of Performance, Praise & Local Harmony in Jesus Join with us on Sunday 4:00 pm – May 1st Al Bettis, is our guest performer Held at: Beautiful Savior Lutheran Chapel 5631 N. Adams Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304 (between Long Lake (18 mile) and Square Lake (19 mile) Click […]

$6.1M project creates housing for veterans in Detroit

$6.1M project creates housing for veterans in Detroit

A slow smile crept across the face of Detroit veteran Charles Montague as he peered around his new apartment in the heart of the Cass Corridor, just blocks from bustling redevelopment in Midtown. After more than a decade of tumultuous times, Montague has finally landed on his feet. Montague, who was homeless and lived on the streets of Detroit […]

300 graduate from Detroit rescue mission program

300 graduate from Detroit rescue mission program

Two years ago, Lakita Terrell depended heavily on the streets as she desperately searched for housing and a place to work. “I was in between a custody battle for my children, and I didn’t have anywhere to go,” Terrell said. “Now, I am a success, but all of us are a success, too.” Terrell and […]

Mass Mob at Most Holy Redeemer in Detroit welcomes all

Mass Mob at Most Holy Redeemer in Detroit welcomes all

Over the past two years, Detroit Mass Mobs have energized congregations at historic Catholic churches across the city, helping raise an estimated $280,000 for the churches. This Sunday, the Mass Mob comes to Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in southwest Detroit, where about 1,500 are expected to pack the church for an afternoon Mass with […]

Catholic Archbishop Vigneron pays visit to Dearborn Heights mosque

Catholic Archbishop Vigneron pays visit to Dearborn Heights mosque

The religious leader of metro Detroit’s 1.3 million Catholics visited a mosque in Dearborn Heights on Tuesday, promoting interfaith cooperation at a time of concern about extremism in politics and terrorism. “It’s the latest of the many kinds of steps we’ve taken together to build up our communities and also to create an atmosphere of mutual respect,” […]

Detroit Church launching in Midtown to ‘Make All Things New’

Detroit Church launching in Midtown to ‘Make All Things New’

Detroit Church, a new non-denominational church startup hosting its first service at noon on Sunday, April 10, is seeking to awaken Detroit as a cultural epicenter for people to experience church in a new way. The church’s services will be at Spain Elementary Middle School, 3700 Beaubien Street, a school that recently made headlines after […]

An Unorthodox Church

An Unorthodox Church

Crossing through the wrought-iron gate into the grounds of St. Sabbas Orthodox Monastery feels, in many ways, tantamount to stepping into another world. It’s not just because the monastery’s Russian architecture — replete with towering onion domes, colorful mosaics, and other religious iconography — stands in contrast to its quiet, residential surroundings of Harper Woods, […]

Detroit pastor’s Easter message: Keep the faith

Detroit pastor’s Easter message: Keep the faith

Detroit — The new head pastor of the Historic Trinity Lutheran Church used his first Easter Sunday to warn against disillusionment and encouraged parishioners and visitors to keep the faith, even when circumstances seem bleak. For him, that circumstance happened when a call came on Sunday, March 9, 2008. It had all the earmarks of […]

Russell Street Missionary Baptist Church – 100 Years

Russell Street Missionary Baptist Church – 100 Years

Reflecting upon her church’s 100 years in Detroit, the Rev. DeeDee M. Coleman of the Russell Street Missionary Baptist Church turned to an old adage. “It’s always good to know where you come from so you know where you are going,” Coleman told her congregation Sunday evening as they celebrated the church’s anniversary in an […]

Woodside Bible Church – Haiti Mission Trip Report

Woodside Bible Church – Haiti Mission Trip Report

Day 4 in Haiti and we are just wrapping up our devotional time. Our team brought music, lyrics and a Bluetooth for our worship and we grew by 6 guests to our team devotion this evening. It was great that people were attracted to the joy of our worship. It’s hard not to hear our […]

Secret Santas strike again, shower strangers with cash

Secret Santas strike again, shower strangers with cash

For the past seven years two Secret Santas have given away money during Christmas time. They returned on Friday to do it again this time with $14,000 in $100 for people at bus stops, thrift stores, restaurants and people out for a walk. Eric Seals Detroit Free Press Jim Schaefer, Detroit Free Press12:28 a.m. EST […]

Life in Osborn –  The Movie Release  – Coming Soon

Life in Osborn – The Movie Release – Coming Soon

The Osborn community was among the most blighted communities in Detroit. Despair and fear were common for residents, especially children. Life Remodeled, whose non-profit mission is remodeling lives one neighborhood at a time, saw radical hope amid dramatic need in Osborn. It partnered with Osborn High School and led more than 9,500 volunteers in a massive blight clean up.  […]

LookUpDetroit Open House – Thursday the 12th

LookUpDetroit Open House – Thursday the 12th

Let’s Join Together in Unity, Community and Outreach We invite Metro Detroit Pastors, Ministry Leaders and others to TechTown Detroit for Fellowship, Conversation and some Thanksgiving Preparations. – Rev. Richard Dalton Thursday, Nov. 12th  at 4 pm to 6 pm at TechTown Detroit   We will be displaying some art and documents as reminders of the […]

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