New Directory of Black Church Leaders
*On Oct. 11 at the Sunset Station in San Antonio, the Blackbook Directory and Yearbook will present Black Worship – A Snapshot of Men in Religious Leadership.
It’ll be a landmark photo-shoot that will include over 185 invited bishops and pastors from the greater San Antonio area. Some of the most influential African American religious based leaders will come together to help build a religious directory. According to the Blackbook Directory database, religion is the largest industry for African Americans in San Antonio.
In an effort to fulfill the Blackbook Directory and Yearbook’s mission to document and complement the community, this event was developed to document this group of individuals. This gathering will establish a foundation of Black Worship leadership for 2011. With over 12 denominations in the list and multi-ethnic leadership this will be a day long remembered.
In addition to this historical photo this event will be part of Black Worship Video Documentary to be released in June 2012. You can also look forward to Lady Pastor photo shoot to be announced soon.
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