Sunday Morning Worship Service: 10:00 a.m.
Children and Youth Sunday School 9:45am
Andover Baptist Church
7 Central St
Andover, MA 01810
Rev. Lyndon A. Myers, Pastor
Phone: 978 475-0166
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High Praise & Worship Sunday
Youth and Family Ministries Sunday
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BLACK HISTORY MONTH IS A TIME TO REFLECT ON HISTORICAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF AFRICAN AMERICANS TO THE U.S.HISTORY. THERE ARE SO MANY THAT WE DON'T HEAR OR READ ABOUT IN OUR HISTORY BOOKS. WE'LL TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SHARE STORIES OF NAMES THAT WE SHOULD ALL KNOW. Did you know that Madam C.J. Walker was America’s first woman to become a self-made millionaire, or that George Washington Carver was able to derive nearly 300 products from the peanut? Get the story of the creation of the NAACP, famous firsts in African American history and other black history facts.
- February 23, 1868:
W. E. B. DuBois, important civil rights leader and co-founder of the NAACP, was born.
- February 3, 1870:
The 15th Amendment was passed, granting black citizens the right to vote.
- February 25, 1870:
The first black U.S. senator, Hiram R. Revels (1822-1901), took his oath of office.
- February 12, 1909:
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was founded by a group of concerned black and white citizens in New York City.
- February 1, 1960:
In what would become a civil-rights movement milestone, a group of black Greensboro, N.C., college students began a sit-in at a segregated Woolworth's lunch counter.
- February 21, 1965:
Malcolm X, the militant leader who promoted Black Nationalism, was shot to death by three Black Muslims.
A moment in black history ~ FEATURED STORY...
Tuskegee Airman Charles McGee celebrates his 99th birthday in the co-pilot’s seat
Andover Baptist Church's First Lady, Tesha Myers, certainly has much to be proud of, one of those many reasons is her grandfather, Airman Charles McGee, a Tuskegee airman, a true living legend! Click here to Read the story.
Tuskegee Airman Flying Back to Sky for 99th Birthday
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Andover Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
About Our Speaker:
Michael Henry is a native of Fayetteville North Carolina. He is a senior at Reid Ross Classical High School where he serves as student body president and the president of the Future Business Leaders of America and the National Honor society clubs. He is the oldest of four. Michael has a passion for speaking and has received 1st place in the Future Business Leaders of America Public Speaking competitions. He speaks at many events including the (Cumberland County) Board of Education, school, church(Opening and Closing ceremonies for school, Step into Success event, Back to School community event, youth night, Easter Service, and the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony ), and more. His hobbies include shopping, traveling, helping others, and going to church. He is an active member of the Superintendent’s Student Voices Council, Academy of scholars, Key Club, Community Service Club, and School Improvement Team. Michael is ranked in the top five of his class and has a 4.3-grade point Average. Within his high school career, he has received over 18 awards and acknowledgments. Some of the awards include being named the Future Business Leaders of America MVP Student of the year for three consecutive years received 2nd Runner Up in the Mr. Reid Ross Showcase, and 1st place in the Future Business Leaders of America Public Speaking competitions, while maintaining the highest grade in his Latin and math class, and so many more. Michael has recently been crowned the title of Homecoming King at his school for this year. (2018) His plans after graduation in May are to attend an Ivy League School, specifically Harvard University to major in political science. Most importantly he loves to serve God.
Speaker Michael Henry mentioned in this article as student body president of his high
school in Fayetteville, NC.