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Pentacostal Temple


Senior Pastor

Pentecostal Temple Church Inc


Pastor

Pentecostal Temple


Administrative Assistant

Church of God


Affiliations

Public Television Network Commission

Member


Pentecostal Temple Church Inc

Founder


Pentecostal Temple

Founder


Church of God

Member of the Executive Committee of the General Assembly, the Legislative Branch


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www.b-pep.net

Area ministers, including Rev. Dr. Loran Mann of Pentecostal Temple, Bishop Donald Clay of Petra Ministries, and Rev. James Murray of St. James A.M.E. Church will also be present to comment on the importance of spreading these new strategies throughout the region.
WGBN, a religiously based radio station initiated by Rev. Dr. Loran Mann of Pentacostal Temple in East Liberty, has been serving the Pittsburgh community since 1992 and has become Pittsburgh's premier station for gospel music.


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There are hundreds of thousands of success stories after serving the community for forty years, I am proud to be able to help turn people's lives around because of my ministry - Loran Mann
Rev. Loran Mann Rev. Loran Mann, founded the Pentecostal Temple Church at 6300 E. Liberty Blvd. in 1971, he is the Senior Pastor of the 1,000-member congregation, retired from broadcasting in 1996 after working 30 years in the business, including 20 years at WPXI-TV. The ministry of Rev. Loran E. Mann spans more than forty years and is synonymous with spiritual, inspirational and visionary leadership. In 1991 Rev. Mann led his congregation in dedicating a new constructed $1.2 million dollar sanctuary. Five years later Rev. Mann relinquished a distinguished career as a television news anchor/reporter to enter full-time ministry. PUM: Forty years later, what are you most proud of Rev. Mann? Rev. Mann: There are several things I am proud of after forty years as a pastor; first of all there are hundreds of thousands of success stories of where we were able to change people's lives around, because of our ministry. Rev. Mann: There are numerous challenges, we are impacted by the global economy, and one of my first challenges is to continue to stay the course and have a ministry in an economical fashion at the same level--but with less money. Rev. Loran Mann with Family Rev. Mann: Very much concerned about the African American family unit, there are awful statistics that show 65-70 percent of children are born out of wedlock, and 55 percent of those couples who walk down the aisle before a judge to get married, is letting a court divide what they created, as divorce rates increase. Rev. Mann: Everybody needs an anchor, like a ship in a storm, at times you have to drop an anchor, to become grounded. In this country, with all the challenges we face, if a person doesn't have a spiritual anchor they will be blown away. These storms in life can be fierce, have an intensity that will knock you down - a spiritual life keeps you anchored and provides you with great direction. PUM: For so many years you worked in the broadcasting industry as an Anchor Reporter, what do you miss most? Rev. Mann: I still get the rush when I see breaking news, every journalist desires to be in the mix during a breaking news story, there's never a more unsettling moment like being in a newsroom where there is breaking news...I miss the rush of breaking news and the exciting feeling of being on a good story. PUM: What are some of your upcoming projects? Rev. Mann: We will be hosting a family conference in October, bringing in the gospel sensation Tye Tribbett. More About Loran Mann A mentor to numerous ministers and pastors, Rev. Mann is First Administrative Assistant of the Church of God in Christ, First Jurisdiction-Western Pennsylvania, Superintendent of the Central District, a member of the Executive Committee of the General Assembly, the legislative branch of the Church of God in Christ. In 2000, Bishop G.E. Patterson, Presiding Bishop of the Church of God in Christ, appointed Rev. Mann as Commissioner of Broadcasting for the denomination. In March 2005, Pennsylvania Governor Edward Rendell appointed Pastor Mann as a member of the Public Television Network Commission, which oversees all public TV stations in the Commonwealth.


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Rev. Dr. Loran E. Mann began his pastoral ministry in 1971 by establishing Pentecostal Temple with nineteen people who were won to Christ in a tent revival.
The newly-formed church body held its services in a small church located on Laketon Road in the Wilkinsburg section of the city of Pittsburgh. Over the next two decades, the Lord has blessed the church with record growth and He continues to do so. In 1991, the new sanctuary, a $1.2 million project, was dedicated. This church represents the realization of Pastor Mann's vision. Under Rev. Mann's leadership, Pentecostal Temple owns and operates radio station WGBN AM 1150, Pittsburgh's premier full-time gospel music station.


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Reverend Loran Mann, Pastor, Pentecostal Temple


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Rev. Dr. Loran E. Mann began his pastoral ministry in 1971 by establishing Pentecostal Temple with nineteen people who were won to Christ in a tent revival.
The newly-formed church body held its services in a small church located on Laketon Road in the Wilkinsburg section of the city of Pittsburgh. Over the next two decades, the Lord has blessed the church with record growth and He continues to do so. In 1991, the new sanctuary, a $1.2 million project, was dedicated. This church represents the realization of Pastor Mann's vision. Under Rev. Mann's leadership, Pentecostal Temple owns and operates radio station WGBN AM 1150, Pittsburgh's premier full-time gospel music station. With plans to construct a $2-million dollar complex underway, the Pentecostal Temple Church family will reach the community through educational, recreational, and social ministries. When anointed men of God pray prayers and utilize faith to actualize visions, the seemingly impossible can be accomplished. The ministry of Rev. Loran E. Mann spans more than thirty years and is synonymous with spiritual, inspirational and visionary leadership. In 1991 Rev. Mann led his congregation in dedicating a new constructed $1.2 million dollar sanctuary. Five years later Rev. Mann relinquished a distinguished career as a television news anchor/reporter to enter full-time ministry. A mentor to numerous ministers and pastors, Rev. Mann is First Administrative Assistant of the Church of God in Christ, First Jurisdiction-Western Pennsylvania, Superintendent of the Central District, a member of the Executive Committee of the General Assembly, the legislative branch of the Church of God in Christ. In 2000, Bishop G.E. Patterson, Presiding Bishop of the Church of God in Christ, appointed Rev. Mann as Commissioner of Broadcasting for the denomination. In March 2005, Pennsylvania Governor Edward Rendell appointed Pastor Mann as a member of the Public Television Network Commission, which oversees all public TV stations in the Commonwealth.


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