Crusader Staff Report Former Alderman Wilson Frost, who in 1976 assumed the role as mayor but was opposed by loyalists to Richard J. Daley, died Saturday, May 5. He was 92. Alderman Roderick Sawyer (6th) said, “There is no question in...
Dr. William J. Lee, Sr. was installed as the Senior Pastor of the historic Shiloh Seventh-day Adventist Church on January 14, 2018. On Saturday, May 12, Shiloh will hold its annual Mother’s Day program where Dr. William Lee will deliver...
Lula Bronson, former vice-president of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 880, passed away peacefully in her home on the west side of Chicago Thursday, April 12. She was 82. Mrs. Bronson was born in Turrell, Arkansas in 1936...
Soon after the Civil War, the Missionary Baptist movement was formed with the same mission that is carried out by member churches today-the sharing of Christian evangelism at home and abroad. Lolline Pippins is the president of the mission...
James A. Murphy Sr., pastor of Chicago’s Rose of Sharon Community Church, has died after complications from respiratory failure. He is best known as the founder and pastor of Rose of Sharon Community church, where he served as pastor...
Louis “Uncle Buddy” Malcolm was born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas on October 18, 1930 to Charles and Mabel Topps Malcolm. He attended Saint Peter’s Catholic School in Pine Bluff. He started his career in Chicago in 1951 at R.R....
On Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. the public is cordially invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony for Emma’s Transition House for Single Women at 616 Maryland Street in Gary. The City of Refuge Christian Church, along with...
The One Church One School Partnership hosted the expansion of their first Northwest Indiana partnership that includes several cities in the region. The Northwest Indiana Planning Session that brought together faith-based leaders was held Saturday, March 24 at Christ...
The Rev. Regan Robinson, Pastor of St. John Baptist Church delivered a highly spiritual tribute in memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Saturday, March 24 at “A Remembrance Tribute: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Fifty Years Later.” ...
Chicago has lost one of it’s best volunteers for social justice and human equality, Mrs. Barbara Cox. Mrs. Cox made her transition on Friday, March 2. She was known across Chicago for her warm spirit toward making others have a...