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Fred A. Lucas

Pastor

Bridge Street AME Church

HQ Phone:  (718) 452-3936

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Bridge Street AME Church

277 Stuyvesant Avenue

Brooklyn, New York,11221

United States

Company Description

Bridge Street is a church with a rich history that spans over two centuries and five decades. From its missionary origins in 1766 to its current location at 277 Stuyvesant Avenue, Bridge Street has been and continues to remain a viable institution of God's ama... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Senior Pastor

Brooklyn Community Church


President and Chief Executive Officer

The Faith Center For Community Development Inc


Chaplain

Sipe-Peterson Post 44


Adjunct Professor

Harvard Medical School


Adjunct Professor

Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School


Affiliations

United Way of New York City

Community Advisory Board


Black Equity Alliance

Board Member


Chase

Community Advisory Board


Fannie Mae Corporation

Community Advisory Board


NYC Advisory Council

Board Member


Communnity

Member of Advisory Board


President and Chief Executive Officer

Founder


Education

Nonprofit Management

Harvard Business School


Bachelor of Arts degree

Harvard University


Doctor of Ministry degree

Colgate Rochester Divinity School


Master of Divinity degree

Harvard Divinity School


Web References(63 Total References)


History - The Kuumba Singers of Harvard College

kuumbasingers.org [cached]

Kuumba (pronounced koo-oom-bah) was founded in 1970 by Dennis Wiley and Fred Lucas, two African American undergraduates of the Harvard class of 1972.
Inspired by the History of Black Music class taught by Professor Hubert Walters in the spring of 1970, the choir concept was conceived that summer as an outgrowth of a project on Black music conducted by Dennis and Fred and supported by the newly established Department of African and African American Studies and African American Cultural Center. In my class were three students Dennis Wiley, presently a Pastor in Washington, D. C., Fred Lucas, a former Pastor of the Bridge Street AME Church in Brooklyn, New York, and Kenneth Ingram, a brilliant poet with multiple talents who became the Director of Culture for the City of Detroit, who were compelled to formalize this discussion. I invited Fred and Dennis to my apartment in Dorchester to discuss the possibility of my becoming the musical director of the Kuumba Singers. We came to some agreement at this meeting with Fred and Dennis.


History – The Kuumba Singers of Harvard College

kuumbasingers.org [cached]

Kuumba (pronounced koo-oom-bah) was founded in 1970 by Dennis Wiley and Fred Lucas, two African American undergraduates of the Harvard class of 1972.
Inspired by the History of Black Music class taught by Professor Hubert Walters in the spring of 1970, the choir concept was conceived that summer as an outgrowth of a project on Black music conducted by Dennis and Fred and supported by the newly established Department of African and African American Studies and African American Cultural Center. In my class were three students Dennis Wiley, presently a Pastor in Washington, D. C., Fred Lucas, a former Pastor of the Bridge Street AME Church in Brooklyn, New York, and Kenneth Ingram, a brilliant poet with multiple talents who became the Director of Culture for the City of Detroit, who were compelled to formalize this discussion. I invited Fred and Dennis to my apartment in Dorchester to discuss the possibility of my becoming the musical director of the Kuumba Singers. We came to some agreement at this meeting with Fred and Dennis.


About | Kuumba Singers

www.kuumbasingers.org [cached]

In my class were three students Dennis Wiley, presently a Pastor in Washington, D. C., Fred Lucas, a former Pastor of the Bridge Street AME Church in Brooklyn, New York, and Kenneth Ingram, a brilliant poet with multiple talents who became the Director of Culture for the City of Detroit, who were compelled to formalize this discussion.
I invited Fred and Dennis to my apartment in Dorchester to discuss the possibility of my becoming the musical director of the Kuumba Singers. We came to some agreement at this meeting with Fred and Dennis.


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Rev. Fred Lucas, Jr.


www.indianachristiannews.com

"Let the plantation called New York City be the city of God, a city set upon the hill, a light shining in darkness," Brooklyn-based pastor Fred Lucas Jr. said.
"Elevate our valleys. Lucas had several additional references to slavery in his short address, citing shackles, bondage, auction blocks, the Emancipation Proclamation, Civil War and Reconstruction Era.


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