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Tuesday, November 28, 2023


Several pastors and gospel artists are gathering in one place to reach one goal to keep Jubilation! Christian Channel TV56 on the air.
Jubilation!Christian Channel is hosting its second annual telethon from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 14 and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday, Jan. 15 live on Cable Channel 56.
The 19-hour "Faith in Action 2001 Telethon" features over 30 pastors, including the Rev. Oral Hazell of Global Life Church, the Rev. Edward Magras of Frenchtown Evangelistic Assembly, the Rev. Carlton Williams of Zion Assembly, H.Clifton Niles pastor of Christ Church Methodist, the Rev. Toi Smith of International Gospel Center of St. Thomas, the Rev. Alger B. Warren of Faith Christian Fellowship Alive in Christ Church, Grace Harrison minister of Mt. Zion New Testament Church, the Rev. Bentley Thomas of Bethel Baptist Church, the Rev. Robert Nelson of Bovoni Baptist Church, the Rev. Damas Eloi of Living Word Family Ministries, Flor Torres minister of St.Thomas Assembly of God, John and Josepte Hedrington ministers of Mt.Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, the Rev. James Petty of New Vision Ministries of St. Thomas and more!
Some ministries will be sharing in Spanish.
Among the 15 gospel artists and performers who will appear are Jo Jo and Friends, Neomie Toussaint-Williams, Judy Turnbull, Louise Acevedo, Samuel Ryan, Llewelyn Frederick, Glenworth Pierre, Clarence Husband, and Ulric Ferrari.Co-hosted by Gloria Gumbs, the telethon will also include live call-in segments for testimonies on how the channel has ministered to viewers.
Please don't miss a second, because each second counts. JCC! TV56 must raise nearly $50,000 by January 20th to stay on the air. Partners will be urged to stand with the channel on a monthly basis. For more information, call JCC! TV56 at 776-7635.

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