Majority Black Led Churches
The Majority Black Led Churches (MBLC) in Nottingham has been working to bring leaders together to build better relationships, increased fellowship amongst our congregations and work together to bring the Kingdom of God to the city of Nottingham.
Under the chairmanship of Dr Ezekiel Alawale, the MBLC has been a network for spiritual, strategic, operational and socio-economic support for BME congregations; working in partnership with other organisations in Nottingham.
The main objectives of the forum include:
- Enhancing spiritual growth amongst each other and our congregations by shared engagements
- Fostering unity amongst pastors and parishes by networking, coming together in fellowship and sharing each other’s gifts for kingdom building.
- Recognising, developing and creating opportunities for new leaders within the Forum
- To promote love and peace by helping and supporting one another to grow our churches
- For the BME Forum to work with the Business Community and set up conference to share partnership with BME churches and the Business sector. And many more
Over the past couple of years, the group has organised Town-Wide Christmas Carol services that brought together congregations and leaders from BME churches, leaders from other churches, various dignitaries and heads of various institutions within the city of Nottingham. In 2019, the Town-Wide Carol Service has been scheduled for Sat Dec 14th at the Calvary Family Chapel (CFC), Nottingham. All are cordially invited to celebrate with us.
There have also been a number Breakfast Meetings among the leaders of the BME churches, where the vision of the group is shared and strategies formulated to achieve them.
Currently, a number of working groups have been formed within the MBLC to tackle issues that have been identifies among the BME communities; including knife crime and mental health.
It is the belief of the group that there is strength in numbers. Membership is open to all churches. For further enquiries please contact the secretary:
Dr Joseph Nipah | M: 07734957502 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org