“A Ministry That Is Seeking The Heart Of God With Passion, Purpose and Praise!” What We Believe… The Bible – It is the inspired Word of God.
It is complete and true Timothy II 3:16 God - He The Creator of All. He has always Existed and always will. He rules over all Genesis 1:1, Psalms 90:2 Jesus – He is God’s Son. He has existed always, but live on earth as a man. After living a perfect, sinless life, Jesus offered Himself as a perfect sacrifice for every human being by dying on the cross. He arose from the grave after three days, having defeated death and ascended to Heaven and will return one day to reign as King. Corinthians 1 15:3-4 The Holy Spirit – He works to bring all people to understand their need for Jesus Christ. He lives in every believer the moment they accept Jesus Christ as Savior. He never leaves the believer, but to experience His Power in our lives we must be obedient to His direction. Ephesians 1:13-14 Salvation – Is thru faith in Jesus Christ and what He did for me by sacrificing His Perfect Life on my behalf, a sinner. I can never earn my salvation because it is not what I did, but what Jesus did. It is a gift, but I must accept it. Romans 10:9, Ephesians 2:8-9 The Church – The Bible tells us the Church is the body of Christ in the world today. It’s main purpose is to reach people for Jesus Christ and to disciple believers in their daily lives. Corinthians 1 12:12-13
Mission: Faith Unity Fellowship Ministries (Dover DE) is a multi-cultural, non-denominational, non-traditional charismatic ministry that is designed to lead people into a spirit-filled, holistic relationship with Jesus Christ.
Operating as usual
Praise The Lord Everybody,
Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we’ve made the difficult decision to cancel Sunday At Its Best Gospel Soloist Singing Competition 2020. The good news is: It will be back June 12, 2021, 5:00 p.m. at the Modern Maturity Center, Dover, DE.
As it’s now vital to limit social contact, we hope you can understand the steps we’re taking to help keep our staff and attendees safe and help prevent the further spread of the virus.
Stay safe, and please contact us at 302-535-3662 if you have any concerns or questions.
Pastor Doreen Pritchett
***Sunday Morning Praise*** Naiah Hinds-Mathews and Ghop Mass Choir singing “Work It Out” during the 11am Auburn, AL worship service ***I Don’t Have No Doubt***
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Parade in Havre de Grace Md., July 1, 2018 SAIB WINNERS!
Black & White Gala October 1, 2016
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Unity Day Service This Sunday!
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Debutante Tea, Events & Ball November 2013
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Celebrates Black History - February 16, 2014
THE AMISTAD INSURRECTION
This true to life mutiny took place in the year of 1839. The La Amistad, a slave bearing Spanish vessel, was carrying 53 captives (49 men, 1 young girl, and 3 children), all previously taken from the African country of Sierra Leone when the insurrection occurred. They belonged to the Mende village in West Africa. The insurrection started when the ship, La Amistad, was taking the slave captives from Cuba to a slave market in South America. La Amistad was sailing in the Caribbean when Singbe, a 25 year old African, later given the Spanish name Joseph Cinque, was able to free himself and the other captives from their chains. During the dark night, they went on deck and killed the captain and his cook. Two other crew members were saved and directed by Cinque to turn the ship back toward their homeland of Africa. Instead of going toward Africa, the ship was steered to the shores off Montauk, Long Island. Here the ship docked for food and water, but it was noticed by the American navel ship, U.S.S. Washington. The captain, named Richard Meade, ordered the ship to dock over at New London, Connecticut on August 27, 1839. New York was bypassed as a docking area due to slavery being illegal in the state. Connecticut still had not abolished slavery at that time period.
The importance of the Amistad Insurrection brought the focus of slavery to the attention of many more free Americans. The abolitionists were looking for evidence of cruelty and the evil profiteering involved in slavery. The abolitionists wanted slavery abolished in America. An 18 month legal battle ensued, and the black Africans did not seem to have a chance of gaining their release from prison as the ones accused of murder and mutiny aboard the ship, La Amistad. They were going to be tried by a court of Law and sent back to slavery in Havana, Cuba. The Cubans and the Spanish government were diplomatically trying to force President Martin Van Buren to side step any conflicts between America and Spain, and send the "murderous Africans" back to the slave port in Cuba. The technicality was that Spanish law "had by 1817 prohibited the importation of slaves into any of its territory, including the colony of Cuba." This true to life drama escalated into one of America's most fascinating court cases. Attorney Roger Sherman Baldwin of New Haven, Connecticut was able to secure a translator of the Mende language to help with the actual documentation of Cinque's journey and the others being kidnapped in Africa where they were put into the hold of the Portuguese Slave ship, the Tecora, and sent via the middle passage to Cuba. The highest point of the Amistad incident came when the case reached the U.S. Supreme Court, and the former U.S. President John Quincy Adams, at 73 and nearly blind, was cajoled into fighting the case. His 8 1/2 hours of astute testimony won the acquittal verdict! "They were illegally enslaved, their papers were forged and they were never Spanish speaking Cuban slaves." The verdict favored Cinque and the 35 surviving Mende Africans. Before leaving Connecticut, Cinque, with an interpreter, spoke at several abolitionists' town meetings. Money was raised, and he town's Congregational Church at Farmington Connecticut helped the Africans on their voyage back to Sierra Leone in the month of November 1841.
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