CUBM will inspire students to integrate faith in Christ into all aspects of life in the real world, and to serve faithfully within their callings for Christ and country.
Join us at CUBM (on the campus of Reformed Theological Seminary, Penn Ave.), for a Panel Discussion: “MUSIC & THE STATE OF MUSIC IN THE BLACK CHURCH: HYMNS, SONGS & SPIRITUAL SONGS”. Panelists include: Nikki Porter, Pastor Keith Moncrief, Dr. James T. Johnson, Dr. Alton Merrell, Bishop Kenneth Anderson, Dwayne Fulton, and Dr. Herbert Jones, Moderator.
WHEN: Friday, March 20, 2020
WHERE: Geneva College Pittsburgh (CUBM)
On the Reformed Theological Seminary
Campus, 7418 Penn Avenue
Reverend Helen Jackson, Ex. Director
We are grateful for the day of fellowship. Click here to view photos from the event.
Read or listen to the stories of our most recent Urban Heroes on the Urban Heroes website. Click here to visit the Urban Heroes website.
CUBM begins with a vision to equip students to further Christ’s kingdom and transform society for the glory of God.