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Holman UMC Senior Pastor Heads to Hampton University

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LOS ANGELES - eTradeWire -- On Sunday, February 25, Rev. Dr. Ken J. Walden will deliver his last sermon as senior pastor of Holman United Methodist Church.

Walden has led the congregation for nearly four years, keeping the church afloat as churches throughout the United States permanently closed during COVID. During his time at Holman, he solidified partnerships with neighboring faith organizations, such as the Office of Religious Life at USC and the environmental advocacy group STAND-L.A. On Walden's watch, the church made a smooth transition from virtual to in-person worship but kept its YouTube worship high. Subscriptions increased from 65 to roughly 700.

On March 1, Walden returns to his academic roots as a teaching administrator at historically Black Hampton University. Walden's last sermon, titled "It Depends on Faith," is based on Romans 4:13-25. He'll preach at 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.

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On Sunday at 3:00 p.m., Walden will bless the Holman Choir's Annual concert of Negro Spirituals. The concert celebrates its second year of live performance after returning to the sanctuary in 2023. This year, Holman Choir will be joined by tenor Haqumai Sharpe and soprano soloists Yolanda Mitchell West and Gertrude Bradley, Western Region Director and Vice Director of the National Association of Negro Musicians. The suggested donation for the concert is $20. All are welcome.


Caroline McKenzie

Source: Holman United Methodist Church
Filed Under: Religion

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