October 27th,2019 Bahama Relief Sunday!

As many of you know the Bahamas was impacted tragically by Hurricane Dorian. The General Superintendent of the Bahamas, Reverend Patrick Paul has shared the amount of devastation that has hit the island as well as his multiple churches. The executive team of the National Black Fellowship would like you to join us in declaring, October 27th as Bahama Relief Sunday. What does that mean? we’re asking you to play a special video that will be available on the NBF website on Sunday, October 27th, 2019 that will explain all the devastation that is happening in the Bahamas. You will have an opportunity to give an offering designated for the Bahamas we will then bring all those offerings together and send one gift to our brothers and sisters in the Bahamas. Please continue to pray and ask the Lord what can we do to help our brothers and sisters in the Bahamas if you have any further questions feel free to contact Pastor Darnell Williams vice president of the national black Fellowship at one of the following sources email: [email protected],

Phone: 614-352-0398, and website: nbfag.org

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