Black Business Expo Comes to West Angeles

The 21st Black Business Expo moves to West Angeles’ Hanger located directly behind the Cathedral, parallel to Crenshaw Blvd., just north of Exposition. The Expo kicks off  Friday May 24 and ends Saturday May 25.  Be ready with an entrepreneurial mind to the expo!

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Prophetic Summit


The Christian Education Departments will host their annual Prophetic Summit. This year’s theme is “Understanding the Prophetic Move of the Holy Spirit in the Believer.”  Come and be blesses by Anointed Intercessory Prayer, Praise and Worship, Powerful, Prophetic Teaching, and Thought Provoking Class Participation, Youth and Young Adult Teaching (May 18, 2013).


For more information contact the Christian Education Office: (323) 733-8300, ext. 2345

West Angeles Sings for Jackie Robinson Day


In a stadium decorated prominently to honor the memory of Jackie Robinson with jeweled bases and line up cars along with 42 logos on the pitching mound, dugout, near the foul pole and baselines stood West Angeles’ Mass Choir.  Magic Johnson, long term member of West Angeles and Dodgers’ partner invited our Mass Choir to sing the national anthem in the opening ceremony of the Dodgers vs Padres on Monday night’s game.

“Jackie’s impact on baseball, society and the lives of our children and our children’s children is unmatched,” said Dodgers partner Magic Johnson. “I’m humbled to celebrate a great Dodger and a better man.”



Boston’s Tragedy: From Celebration to Carnage


Imagine lacing up tennis shoes in anticpaition for a marathon. You have conditioned your body, careful for what you consumed; and thoughts are on keeping pace, hoping loved ones are watching and perhaps this year will be the year you make it to the top 20?  No one could have known that the world’s oldest annual marathon would be a tragic seen of blood, tears, and torn limbs.

Two bomb explosions positioned near the end of the finish line resounded an hour after the marathon had began. Three people lost their life — including an 8-year-old boy — and  176 were treated at nearby hospitals when the twin blasts went off near the finish line Monday afternoon.

“This was a heinous and cowardly act, and given what we now know about what took place, the FBI is investigating it as an act of terrorism,” President Barack Obama said Tuesday after a briefing with his national security team. “Anytime bombs are used to target innocent civilians, it is an act of terror.”

Confusion reigned Tuesday over whether the bombs contained ball bearings or some other form of shrapnel — a key indicator that could help investigators fingerprint the explosives and find those who made them.

Doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital found pellets and sharp nail-like objects in their patients who were wounded in the bombings, said Dr. George Velmahos, head of trauma care for the hospital. Dr. Albert Pendleton, an orthopedic surgeon who was helping staff the race’s medical tent, told CNN on Tuesday it was “basically like the bomb took out the legs of everybody.”

Days like this, when things seem darker than ever, we are reminded why we need hope in a new Kingdom. A Kingdom reigned by a returning King.

Join Bishop Charles E. Blake, Lady Mae, and the entire West Angeles Family as we pray for peace in the city of Boston, healing for its victims, and strength for the families affected by this horrific and cowardice tragedy. We stand and agree that Boston will rise up from the ashes and Americans will reunite like we have been known to do in the face of destruction.


Photo from David L. Ayan/TheBostonGlobe/GettyImages

Autism Awareness Service


April is National Autism Awareness Month, which serves to educate the public about autism.  West Angeles is joining other congregations around the state in recognizing Autism this month through the efforts of Special Needs Network.

Autism now affects 1 in 88 children and 1 in 54 boys and is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the U.S. On average Autism costs a family $60,000 a year for therapeutic treatment! Time to start embracing, understanding, sympathizing with the realities our kids face today our kids over labeling them.

Autism Awareness Observation will take place Sunday, April 14th during the 11:00AM service. We will be offering information, support, and awareness for families, friends, and advocates.



A Message For Black History Month- Bishop Charles E. Blake

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Pastor Rick Warren Loses A Son


The youngest son of Rick Warren, Pastor of Lake Forest, Calif.-based Saddleback Church, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, an autopsy conducted Monday determined, he was 27. Matthew Warren was found at his home on Pradera Drive about 5:25 p.m. Friday, according to coroner’s officials.

“Kay and I’ve been privileged to hold your hands as you faced a crisis or loss,” says Pastor Rick Warren. “Today we need your prayers for us.”

Please join Bishop Charles E. Blake, Lady Mae, and the entire West Angeles Family in uplifting a family that has done wonders for the Kingdom of God.  We offer our sincere condolences in this time of need and will continue to bind the enemy that may place doubt in the minds of loved ones, and pray an offering of peace to reign over the Warren household in Jesus name.

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Holy Ghost Revival Part II

Dr. Elijah Hankerson Revival
 Dr. Elijah Hankerson, Chairman of the The Evangelism Department of The Church of God in Christ, will be in revival here at West Angeles!

We invite you to share in this Spirit Filled gathering Sunday, April 21st 8am and 11 am at The West Angeles Cathedral 

and Sunday Night April 21st through Wednesday April 24th 7pm at The North Campus Sanctuary!


Come out and be blessed as our Pastor, Bishop Charles E. Blake, continues to focus us on the power of The Holy Ghost in our lives and church!

Gospel Bash

The West Angeles Young Adult Ministry Presents their 14th annual Gospel Bash Midnight Musical hosted by Ron Gee with special guests: Lowell Pye, Sens Musiq, Anita WIlson, and more of LA’s anointed singers! Join us May 25, 2014 at 10:00pm for a night unlike any other! General seating $15.00 V.I.P Seating $25.00! Tickets are going fast

To purchase tickets, please click the links below!

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