CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH WITH US
First Presbyterian Church of Benton Harbor will honor our black brothers and sisters with special music, displays, and singers during the month of February. A prominent figure will be depicted each Sunday. These events will culminate with our annual soul food dinner on Sunday, February 23. Our schedule is as follows:
February 2: Pastor Scott Paul-Bonham is preaching, and the choir will sing.
February 9: Atty. Elizabeth McCree will be our guest speaker. Atty. McCree is a Benton Harbor native, who has worked as a prosecutor focusing on juvenile delinquency and child protective cases. She began Historical Reform LLC that seeks to reform education systems, child welfare, mental health, and criminal
Our guest soloist will be Maurice Scott, baritone from Second Baptist Church in Benton Harbor.
February 16: Gentry Phillips will be our guest speaker. Mr. Phillips is a lifelong resident of Benton Harbor. He has served the area in the educational, criminal justice, and social work fields for 23 years. His grandfather was the founding pastor of the Unity Bible Baptist Church of Benton Harbor. Gentry has frequently served
as a youth and summer camp Bible teacher for First Presbyterian during the past several years.
The choir will sing.
February 23: Pastor Scott Paul-Bonham is preaching, and our guest soloist will be
A SOUL FOOD DINNER PREPARED BY FIRST PRES MEMBERS AND FRIENDS WILL BE SERVED AFTER CHURCH ON FEBRUARY 23. PLEASE JOIN US!