P.O.P. Collaborating with AME

  • July 17, 2018


The oldest African American Church in the World AME (Greenville – Greenwood District District) 8 th Epistocol District of the AMEC
(African Methodist Episcopal Church) Collaborates with the P.O.P.
Movement in a fundraiser to support a job creation campaign. P.O.P. stands for “Prosperity Over Poverty”.

The P.O.P. Movement will be officially launching a National Job
Creation Campaign, Dec 1-7 2018 from the #1 economically poorest
State, Mississippi. (Ground Zero)

We are proud to announce that The Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church located in Mound Bayou, Ms. of the 8 th Episcopal District will be spearheading this fundraiser project.

Mound Bayou has been recorded as the oldest all black incorporated municipality in the world also known as “The Jewel of the Delta”

Pastor: Horace McKay, Elder: Elbert Smith, Bishop: Julius McAllister of the 8th Episcopal District will be the first National religious organization and the first district out of 21 to implement a fundraiser project to support the P.O.P. Job Creation Campaign for Success in helping to create a minimum of 1,000,000 jobs and 200, 000 entrepreneurs including youth and adults throughout impoverished and at-risk communities, by year end 2022.

Campaign Slogan: “Why We Can’t Wait Any longer”

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