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Trinity Baptist Church’s Social Action Committee hosted a Community Action Forum on Saturday, October 22, 2016 which focused on understanding the November Propositions and Measures, what they mean and their impact on individuals and our communities.
The forum consisted of a Panel of elected City and State Officials and local community leaders who spoke generously on each Proposition and Measure.
Panel Presenters Propositions/Measures
Reginald Jones Sawyer (Prop 63, 64)
Assemblyman, 59th District
Marqueece Harris-Dawson (HHH)
Councilman, 8th District
Bertrand Christian (59, JJJ, RRR)
Attorney at Law
Nourbese Flint, Policy Director (51, 52, 53, 60)
Manager of Reproductive Justice Programs
Black Women for Wellness (BWW)
Charles Stewart, Senior Deputy for (54, M)
State Senator Holly J. Mitchell
Mike Davis, Commissioner (55, 58, CC)
L.A. Board of Public Works
Roderick D. Wright (56, 61)
Former California State Senator
Nick Morrow, Former Detective (57, 64)
Los Angeles County Sheriff Dept.
Nancy Haydt (62, 66)
Attorney at Law
Cheryl C. Turner (A, SSS)
Attorney at Law
Hans Johnson, President (65, 67)
East Area Progressive Democrats
Mattie L. Gardette, Chairman Moderator
Trinity Board of Trustees
The presentations and questions lasted 3.5 hours before the forum ended. Approximately 150 or more Trinity members and community residents came to listen in and ask questions. The forum presentations and discussions made it possible for a better understanding of all the Propositions and Measures when one prepares to complete their ballot for voting on November 8, 2016.
A video of the presentations is available for viewing at Trinity Baptist Church, 2040 West Jefferson Blvd. Los Angeles, CA. If you are interested in watching the presentations and questions on screen, you can visit the Church on one of the following dates and time. The video will be shown in the J.L. Caston Fellowship Center.
Monday, October 31, 2016 11:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Tuesday, November 1, 2016 11:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Thursday, November 3, 2016 11:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Friday, November 4, 2016 12: Noon to 4:30 PM
Mildred Newkirk, Chair
Trinity’s Social Action Committee
Mattie L. Gardette, Moderator
James Bradley, Photographer and Videographer
Rev. Alvin Tunstill, Jr., Pastor
Provides an Opportunity for the Women of Trinity To:
The Women’s Ministry is here to serve you.
There are five components of service.
For more information you may contact Sister Alfreda Hunter at email@example.com,
or at the church office. Tel. (323) 735-0044.
The prayer ministry is an intercessory ministry whereby the church is involved spiritually with every aspect of the human experience. We are lead by the Holy Spirit to call on God the Father, in the name of Jesus Christ the Son. Individual prayer groups meet at different dates and times. Please review the church calendar for a date and group you wish to join in prayer.
Through the use of members of the church, the guild stages plays with Christian meaning, depicting messages of Jesus love, and what it means to be a Christian. Provides an opportunity for members to engage in church involvement opportunities and public speaking. The star in the Drama Guild is Jesus Christ.
Provide and preserves a written history of Trinity Baptist Church, thus helping to promote its spiritual and cultural growth for the church membership and local community.
Download the History of Trinity Baptist Church in PDF HERE.
For more information you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A program designed to develop effective and fruit bearing Deacons for serving in the church. Prospective candidates are prepared by attending a 9 week training program conducted by the Pastor and scripturally prepared Deacons. Candidates completing the training will be placed in actual serving roles.
For more information you may contact Deacon Earl Garrett, email@example.com