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Antioch is finishing 2023 strong. We have not grown “weary in well doing” (Gal 6:9) but are continuing to “do the work” (2 Tim 4:5). AUMI continues to serve the community in a variety of ways both through your support and through partnerships. Our Choose Healthy Life program, in partnership with Morehouse School of Medicine and other health providers, held another health fair that provided free vaccinations and testing for diseases that plague our community at a higher rate than others. The Empty Stocking Fund provided toys for a wide community from our 590 building. The Apparel Shoppe held a coat giveaway, and many ministries and the congregation provided toys for our toy giveaway. We continued to provide food to over 4,500 families per month and hot meals on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Our 146th Anniversary commemoration was truly a celebration beyond compare. The team orchestrated unique events and traditional events uniquely. It was a time of high fellowship and grand remembrance, and we aren’t finished yet. Stay tuned for more events as we continue to celebrate. We honored our pioneers and future pioneers, those who have paved the way and are making new paths as we move forward. We dedicated a historic number of babies during our baby dedications, so we know we are growing. No one showed us how bright our future is than our youth on our Youth Emphasis Sundays in October when Bro. Ryan Bright challenged us to be our best, and our December Christmas play reminded us to not let the true meaning of Christmas get lost.

Revival with our own Rev. Otis Byrd reached a new level. Returning home from his ministry as Assistant to the Pastor for Online Ministry at Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, VA, pastored by the Rev. Dr. Howard-John Wesley, he led us on a journey deep in the Word and deeper into our souls.

I am always hesitant to congratulate individual members because I may miss someone, but I am so proud of their accomplishments that I have to give a shout-out.

Our Yellow Rose Society coordinator who honors those 80 and older was honored herself. She is storyteller extraordinaire Margaret Edinburgh and has now added author to her list of accomplishments. People had the opportunity to have her sign both of her children’s books, Hooray for Uncle Bob and Tater Folks at metro area locations.

What can I say about “Church Boy” Zebulon Ellis, Jr.? On November 3rd, his project “Church Boy Live” was recorded at Destiny World Church, William T. Purvis, III, pastor. Of course, Antioch packed out the venue with VIP tickets sold out. He has stayed true to his roots, lifting the name of Jesus in song.

Congratulations to our Director of Christian Education, DR. Princeanna Walker. She received her Doctor of Philosophy degree in educational psychology from Georgia State University on December 11.

Many of you found places to serve during our Added Members and Auxiliaries/Ministries Expo. We enjoyed renewed fellowship during our Birthmonth Meet and Greet. We charted where Antioch has been and where we are going at the State of the Church conference. With the new steps I learned at Lady Lisa’s Birthday Line Dance Extravaganza, I am ready, like David, to “dance before the Lord with all my might” (2 Sam 6:14) as we move into the new year.

It is with much sadness but understanding, that I bid adieu to our newsletter editor, Sis. Gracie Staples, and son of Antioch, Min. Jimmie Staples. They have added immeasurably to the mission of Antioch North, and they will both be missed more than I can express. We know that they will continue to serve in their new location, closer to family.

To God be the glory,

Rev. K. L. Alexander, Pastor