Category Archives: Videos

Video: Fighting Islamophobia

HARTFORD – A church in Florida is organizing a burn the Quran day on Sept. 11. And in response to the plan for a mosque near Ground Zero, a Christian gospel outreach group has protested at Connecticut mosques this week, calling Islam a lie.

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Video: Shelton Church Trains For ‘Prayer Walk’

When she’s not behind the pulpit, Rev. Janet Waggoner of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church hangs up her clerical collar and laces up her New Balance sneakers.

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Video: Hundreds show up for Gospel Day at Quassy

MIDDLEBURY — On Saturday hundreds of church-goers from across Connecticut and New York visited Quassy Amusement Park for the park’s second Gospel Day of the summer. Organized by Dr. Bradford Howard Jr., of All Business Consulting LLC, 11 gospel music artists from across the state performed at the event including:

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Video: Simsbury UMC passionate about carillon music

 

SIMSBURY – With her hands balled into fists, Ellen Dickinson melodiously pressed down on the large wooden keys, sounding the 22 and-a-half ton instrument in the bell tower of Simsbury United Methodist Church.

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Video: Naugatuck Coffee House Spreads Gospel Message


NAUGATUCK – Rob Petro is a heavy metal enthusiast who loves plucking away at his bass almost as much as he loves Jesus.

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Waterbury fundraiser to benefit Haitian families


I met some amazing people while I was in Haiti and have opted to “adopt” five of them. On Saturday, I will be speaking at a fundraiser in Waterbury and a portion of the money raised will go to my five new friends. Let me tell you about them.

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Video: Documentary insists reproductive rights and black genocide go hand-in-hand


The  new documentary, Maafa 21, has gotten lots of attention. And how could it not? It’s message is this – abortion is a tool of eugenics and genocide. That’s sure to turn any one’s head. The organization behind the movie, Georgia Right to Life, began their campaign with $20,000 worth a billboards that read, “Black children are an endangered species.” They created a web site too, called Too Many Aborted, that is designed to portray legal abortion as a plot against the black community.

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