Global Ecumenical Prayer, Gospel, and Jazz Service (Live Stream Link Available)

A Global Ecumenical Prayer, Gospel & Jazz Service Celebrating Those We Lost During The Pandemic

On October 23, 2022, 12:00 PM, The Black Men of Labor, Inc., one of New Orleans’ Iconic Cultural Ambassadors will host a Global Ecumenical Prayer, Gospel, and Jazz Service to celebrate the millions we lost globally and locally during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Presented by the Bob Moses Educational Fund, the (BMOL), will collaborate with twelve local Faith Based Congregations, representing over 150,000 plus Christian denominations, coming together to mourn, worship, and heal from uncertainty, loss of life and hurt that we all had to face.

The service, which is in lieu of the Black Men of Labor Annual Living Cultural Celebration; will be at the Mahalia Jackson Theater of Performing Arts in Armstrong Park in observance of the annual Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Invited Clergy will offer scripture and prayer, followed up by a local all-star line-up of gospel artists, musicians, and poets of spoken word.

This event can also be streamed live using the following Zoom information:

You are invited to a Live Stream.

When: Oct 23, 2022 01:00 PM Central Time(US and Canada)

Topic: 2022 BMOL Global Ecumenical Prayer Service

Please click the link below to join the Live Stream for the Event:

Global Ecumenical Prayer Service

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For the past 27 years the (BMOL), has presented a mobile museum of Art & Culture parade, to New Orleans Traditional Jazz Music. Through the oldest registered historic African and African American community known as Treme’.

The theme for the event is From Isolation To Celebration! Observance is Called To Proclaim the Mighty Acts of the Lord. (1 Peter 2:9). The event is free and open to the public.