4,000 People Attend the United Pastors In Mission's Youth and Family Unity Rally by Patricia Mitchell
"In two years, it will be the 21st century.All over the world, people are planning their transition into the next century and many are asking, "How is the Church going to enter into the next Millennium?"We want the Body of Christ to come together in unity," states Reverend Dr. Larry Macon.He is the President of the United Pastors in Missions and the Pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Oakwood Village.
The United Pastors
in Mission is an organization that represents more than 80 pastors and churches, with a combined membership of over 50,000 individuals . In response to the vision and the call to unity, the United Pastors
in Mission sponsored a "Youth and Family Unity Rally" on September 20th at the Bedford High School Stadium in Bedford, Ohio.With a theme of "Bridging The Gap" the rally was endorsed by the Mayors of Bedford, Oakwood Village, Bedford Heights, Maple Heights and Walton Hills Village.It was also supported by the Christian Leadership Alliance
, Mission Cleveland, the Promise Keepers and P.T. & Associates.The rally drew a large, well-diverse audience of more than 4,000 young people, senior citizens, children, men and women, blacks and whites