Pilgrim Baptist Church will celebrate 155 years of service to our Lord and Savior the weekend of June 23-24, 2018. The observance of the church formation is known as Founder’s Day.
The Founder’s Day celebration will commence with a musical fundraiser on Saturday, June 23 featuring Thomasina Petrus who is a premier vocalist and actress. Kim Crisler will grace us with selections on Pilgrim’s historic M. P. Moller Pipe Organ. Kim performs organ music in the genres of Gospel, Classical, and Theatre.
155th Founder’s Day Musical Event
Saturday, June 23, 2018
732 West Central Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55104
Adult Ticket: $25.00
Youth 18 years -13 years: $15.00
A reception and silent auction will follow the musical.
For more information about the Musical, Please call Tori Richardson-Hill 612-578-1321 or Althea Rupert 651-343-5020
The Founder’s Day celebration will culminate with the morning worship service on Sunday June 24 at 9:45 A.M. The guest speaker for the service will be the Rev. Dr. Elliott Cuff. Dr. Cuff is the senior pastor of the Lincoln Heights Missionary Baptist Church in Woodlawn, Ohio. He is known as a visionary leader. Dr. Cuff also serves as the Dean of the National Baptist Congress of Christian Education for the National Baptist Convention. Dr. Cuff is a graduate of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the New York Theological Seminary, where he earned the Master of Divinity Degree, and the United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio where he earned the Doctor of Ministry Degree in Social Justice Preaching.
All are invited to attend this joyous celebration!
Pilgrim Baptist Church closed for all Sunday Services on April 15, 2018
Based upon the weather reports regarding Snowstorm Xanto, the temporary closing of MSP Airport, blizzard conditions, and that we are beyond the contract season for church snow removal, I think it best to close Pilgrim Baptist Church tomorrow for Sunday Morning and the Afternoon Worship Services for the Annual Ushers’ Day to protect all who might experience harm or danger in route to worship.
We may not have updated information for all, so please pass it on to our church family.
On December 16th, Pilgrim Baptist Church is taking a time travel back to the town of Bethlehem. Join us, starting at 1pm, as we learn about a special night in the city where Christ was born.
Begin your journey by visiting the town photographer, and get a holiday portrait with your family! Then begin exploring the Bethlehem Marketplace. Groups will visit with the craftsmen of Bethlehem including:
Pottery Shed – Shape a piece of clay with the town potter
Carpentry Booth – Learn about ancient carpentry – the profession of Joseph and Jesus!
Town Bakery – In Hebrew Bethlehem means “Bread House”. See how loaves are made by the baker.
Hebrew Scribes Tent – Learn how to write in ancient Hebrew with the town scribes.
After touring through the city Marketplace, all groups will assemble together in the sanctuary to hear what happened one special night when Christ was born to Joseph and Mary in a manger.