"Brighten the corner where you are," Bishop Albert N. Jarman Sr., Ebenezer's pastor, said.
"We believe in world outreach.
Charity begins at home
and spreads abroad.
So we work hard to do at home
what many believe is needed elsewhere."
23rd anniversary at the church in June.
It has been a time marked by the passing of generations and he
now finds himself as the constant.
"Spiritually, I've grown in patience, vision and I'd say other ways as well, and hope," he
In addition to the outpouring of love for Jarman
, the warm feelings are extended to the members of the church.
and others envision an edifice housing the necessary room to spearhead initiatives from their own front doors.
"I'd like to see them in a new building that will accommodate some of the activities, the community activities that churches are expected to do nowadays.
When the church was built, it was built as a preaching station," Jarman