Greater St Stephen 78th Church Anniversary
Greater St. Stephen
78th Church Anniversary Celebration
Featuring Bishop Lester Love + Vashawn Mitchell
Greater St. Stephen Celebrates 78 Years of Ministry
“Shifting Forward To Maturity”
WHO: Greater St. Stephen FGBC
WHAT: 78th Church Anniversary Celebration
WHEN: Sunday, January 25, 2015 | 10:00 a.m.
WHERE: Greater St. Stephen • 5600 Read Blvd., New Orleans, La. 70127
New Orleans, La. – Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church will commemorate 78 years of ministry on Sunday, January 25th at 10:00 a.m. at it’s eastern New Orleans location. This year’s celebration will feature a message from New Orleans pastor, Bishop Lester Love, who was groomed for ministry in Greater St. Stephen. Like many other ‘sons’[of Greater St. Stephen], Love branched out to pastor his own church, The City of Love.
Also included in the celebratory service is Stellar Award-winner and Grammy award nominee, Vashawn Mitchell. Mitchell’s career was launched under the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International, an international denomination that began in New Orleans through Greater St. Stephen in 1994.
Pastor Debra B. Morton, senior pastor of Greater St. Stephen, says, “ Being the pastor of such a distinctive church I feel blessed and honored to be able to celebrate 78 years of continuing the legacy. Greater St. Stephen has always been a church that puts meeting the needs of God’s people first, and we plan to continue doing just that because Greater is not just who we are but it’s what we do.”
Since 1937, Greater St. Stephen has been committed to ethically sourcing and providing a standard platform for churches globally. Today, with churches planted across the world, Greater St. Stephen is the premier model for “Changing the way we do church”. Through visionary leaders, Bishop Paul and Dr. Debra Morton, Greater St. Stephen has been a catalyst for change and advancement, not only in New Orleans but across the world.
For more information about Greater St. Stephen FGBC please visit www.gssmin.org or call 504-244-6800.