• Passing of the Gavel

Celebrate Suffolk’s AHANA graduates and cultural club leaders

Thursday, April 21
3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Donahue Cafe

This ceremony is held to celebrate the annual change of leadership in Suffolk’s cultural student organizations. Graduating AHANA students are recognized and presented with stoles recognizing their cultural heritages.This year's speak is Reverend Brandon Thomas Crowley.

The Reverend Brandon Thomas Crowley (pronounced kroh-lee)  is the proud pastor of Myrtle Baptist Church in West Newton, MA.  A historic church added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008, Myrtle Baptist Church was founded by freed slaves in 1874 and exists as one of the oldest black churches in New England. Reverend Crowley, a native of Rome, GA, is known for his soul-inspiring sermons, melodious singing, and empowering teaching. 

 

 

Reverend Crowley’s desire is to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the masses while equipping them to become change agents for Christ in their families, churches, communities, nation and the world. Reverend Brandon Thomas Crowley is a minister led by God, chosen by God, and dedicated to God.

 

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Everyone in the Suffolk community is welcome. RSVP by April 7.