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Earlene Coleman

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Bethlehem Baptist Church

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Tube City Almanac | Worthy of All Yohogania | McKeesport, Pa., News and Commentary

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Participants included Esker; Rev. Earlene Coleman, pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church; Boniface Igba, spiritual director of Auberle; Gladys Hunt-Mason of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh; the Rev. Peter Giacalone of the Rainbow Temple Assembly of God; and Marty Smith, a retired pastor formerly with the McKeesport Alliance Church.


Building Bridges Between the Black Church and Israel | IFCJ

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"I will not go home and preach the same," said Earlene Coleman, a Pastor at the Bethlehem Baptist Church in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, representing the Lott Carey Foreign Mission Convention...


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Rev. Earlene Coleman (at right), pastor of Bethlehem since 2003, will co-chair the Public Health Commission on Preventing Violence and Promoting Community Mental Health, along with Dr. Ron Voorhees, acting director of the Allegheny County Health Department.


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Rev. Earlene Coleman (at right), pastor of Bethlehem since 2003, will co-chair the Public Health Commission on Preventing Violence and Promoting Community Mental Health, along with Dr. Ron Voorhees, acting director of the Allegheny County Health Department.
"I am very excited about the formation of this commission," Coleman said. "I have stated many times to others in my community that we must sit down collectively, with every community represented. "This is not a 'you' or an 'I' problem, it is an 'our' problem --- and 'we' must work together to solve it," she said. "McKeesport, just like many other communities, has been touched over and over again by violence and I look forward to working with others to make the changes that I believe can happen when we put our energies and our ideas together." In addition to Voorhees, Coleman, Holtzman and Gainey, the commission includes elected officials, health professionals, community advocates, members of law enforcement and foundation representatives:


Tube City Almanac - Worthy of All Yohogania

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But clergy are represented as well, like Rev. Earlene Coleman, pastor of the Bethlehem Baptist Church, as well as several less well-known local citizens.


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