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Black History Gospelfest

Credits: Katherine Miles

On Saturday, February 22, 2014, First Baptist Church of Madison will celebrate Black History Month with a “Black History Gospelfest”.  This fundraising event will include a served dinner (from 4:00PM to 5:30PM) followed by a music/dance  program ( beginning at 6:00PM).

We are proud to announce the following participants in the music/dance portion of the celebration:

  • Men’s Chorus of the Mt. Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church of Passaic, NJ
  • Men’s Chorus of the First Baptist Church of Madison, NJ
  • The Diversity Youth Theater Touring Ensemble

We graciously look forward to you joining us as we celebrate, as God has prospered us, our history and heritage through fellowship, song, and dance.

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ADDRESS:    34 Cook Avenue, Madison, NJ 


TICKETS:   $20.00 / PERSON ( In Advance)

                    $25.00 /  PERSON ( At Door)




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